May 19 AT 2:10 PM Clark Wimberly 20 Comments

Android Device Showcase: Photos of 50+ phones

As part of the Android section in the Sandbox at Google I/O there is a huge Android device showcase. Inside is just about every Android device released to date.

In an effort to be thorough, we shot every single device in the case. You can see the whole set on Flickr or peep the slideshow below:

Clark is a developer living in Austin, Texas. He runs ClarkLab, a small web firm with his wife, Angie. He's a big fan of usability, standards, and clean design.

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  • Mocha K

    I never knew that there were that many android powered phones. Wow!

  • SpykeZ

    Anyone know where I can get those little android figurines? I so want some on some random shelves in my house

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    • Zeak

      My gGF calls them “little green trash bins” :D

      • Maliek

        I’d love to have an Android trash-bin. I’d throw away apples in it all day!

  • http://Website mazzmoney

    i might of missed it but i didnt see the samsung moment

  • manhattan

    by the end of the year there will be 200+ lol

  • stalker

    Amazing. I proud to be an android user.

  • http://Website erick

    they forgot the samsung behold II. or maybe they dont consider it an android phone? :P

  • Hero

    No GSM Hero :(

  • http://Website avi Nexus One is there!!

  • http://Website joeski

    hey clark, id like to thank you for taking the time to post all of these great phones. damn man. that must have taken some time.

    • http://Website Dylan Andersen

      I said the same thing… Clark for President 2010

  • http://Website maedox

    My eyes! Please consider reducing the fading between pictures. It’s very, very annoying!

  • Mr.Droid

    Android has taken over the mobile world.

    • http://Website Derek

      I wonder how? There still isnt a decent game for it, and there is no quality control anywhere to be found in the crap… I mean app store. I fell for the android trap and bought a Droid the day they were released. I kind of liked the hardware, especially the display on it, but the OS was total bunk, felt like a beta, not even release candidate. Then I went to the market place, couldnt find decent apps and they were charging for pure garbage. Walk through the iphone app store, you get good polished apps for free (albeit with some ads) or you can pay a minimal price and get an ad-free version.

      Also, Android is just a big java runtime environment. When you can run apps natively (like cocoa on iphone OS – much much faster) talk to me.

      • http://Website John

        Steve Jobs is that you?

        Pretty soon i’m sure you’ll say that android is not open but closed source. If you cant find any decent apps in the marketplace then you have no reason to be around any smartphone let alone android.

        Maybe you should buy a handheld game system instead if you’re looking for “decent games”?

        Oh wait, I forgot that android can run emulators too.

  • Aaron

    NO GALAXY SPICCA?????!!!

  • Mary Beth Lowell

    Impressive! Smart idea for an on-site display. I hadn’t realized there were already 50 phones either.

  • http://Website badang

    no i-mobile