1 HTC One XThe quad-core Tegra 3-powered HTC One X lands at the top of both our Android and smartphone list.
2 Samsung Galaxy S II i9100The Galaxy S II is truly a one of a kind smartphone, standing leagues ahead of its Android rivals.
3 Samsung Galaxy NoteWith a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED display, this is the "most comfortable" touchscreen phone
4 Sony Xperia SIt has good hardware, excellent build quality and design and a very good display
6 HTC Sensation XEExtra power offered by 1.5GHz processor coupled with excellent looks make this a phone worth check
7 HTC Sensation XLBenchmarks show HTC Sensation XL as an inferior device, which isn't how it feels when you are using
8 LG Optimus 3DExpecting the Optimus 3D to be a novelty, we were surprised to find it a very solid & capable device.
9 LG Optimus 2XThe 1st dual-core mobile phone in world, the LG Optimus 2X has got what it takes to make Android sing!
10 Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S
Takes on dual-core phones with single core processor, and yet puts up a fight.