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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  • http://Website Mike

    It’s missing more than a few phones and carriers…

  • http://Website Bob

    Maybe a discussion forum as well :)

  • http://Website zedklind

    its missing the first and major top selling amazing developer phone and hacking phone. THE G1!!! wow :(

    • Taylor Wimberly

      It looks like they are focused on phones which are currently for sale.

    • http://Website Darkseider

      I agree. Even though the G1 may be the Grand Daddy of them all it is still a viable product. Hell CM6 on the G1 is impressive as hell. So is the Eris running Kaos Froyo or Evil Froyo. They get ignored due to age which is a shame. Hell my friend has an Eris running Kaos v35-1 and it is OC’d to 710 Mhz. The phone, for what it is, FLIES. Same goes for the G1 running CM6. Yes newer is nicer but give the old guard a listing.

      • Nick Gray

        The idea for an archive might be nice. But with what Google’s trying to do, listing the G1, DROID Eris, or other phones that are no longer for sale would be a bit of a disservice to people who are looking for a new phone to buy.

        However, it would be great to have them in the comparison tool just in case people want to stack up their current phone (which could no longer be for sale) against some of the newer options.

        I’m pretty sure Google will be adding more to the site once they see how consumers end up using it.

  • http://Website GoodAir15

    It’d be nice if the screen spec was on there. i.e. Super AMOLED, Super TFT LCD, AMOLED, etc.

  • http://Website Andrew

    Videos. I can’t just shop for a phone based on pictures and specs alone.

  • http://Website John

    Hmmm yeah it’s looks like a start, it definitely is missing phones, manufactures and carriers. I did notice it shows the original Droid which is no longer available from verizon,

  • http://Website Moonfly

    It is missing Sony Ericsson…

    • Taylor Wimberly

      And Sanyo Kyocera haha.

  • http://Website Chancy

    gasp…oh, no, they didn’t. NO G1?!?! The grand-daddy of all Android phones? I feel insulted.

  • Mr.DiVA

    This is a great resource! I always wanted to have an online tool, handily available to tell me which Carriers in what Country offered which ANDROID phone….+++1 GOOGLE!


  • http://Website markzero

    Not even all the “S” phones are mentioned. (Fascinate?)

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    Launching Google Phone Gallery at this time is a good step. Online database included with all the major Android manufactures will help in the comparison of the devices.

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