Sep 29 AT 10:54 PM Taylor Wimberly 17 Comments

Google introduces online gallery of all available Android phones

Are you in the market for a new Android phone? Google just made the process of comparing devices a lot easier with the launch of their Google Phone Gallery. This new online database includes all the major Android manufactures along with most of the carriers that sell their phones (someone forgot our friend Cellular South).

Android phones can be sorted by alphabetical order or release date. Users can even add up to three devices for a side-by-side comparison. It looks like most countries are supported as well since over 35 different carriers are represented.

Right now only phones with Google Mobile Services are listed, so don’t expect any of tablets or other devices without the Android Market to be included.

Check out the site and let us know what you think. What other features or additions would you like to see Google make to the site?

[Thank you c0uP for the tip]

Via: Google Mobile blog

Source: Google Phone Gallery

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