Back to school: Best Android phones

The best Android phones for school and university students

Heading back to school or university? Why not aid your studies with an inexpensive Android phone!

There are a range of Android phones available that won't break the bank. These smartphones have all the features and benefits of higher priced models, but often have smaller, lesser quality screens. We round-up the best Android phones for back to school students.

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Samsung Galaxy Ace

The Samsung Galaxy Ace offers a slick user experience and a comfortable design. However, it is comparatively overpriced compared to some of its rivals. We definitely recommend shopping around before choosing the Galaxy Ace as your next phone.

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  • Manufacturer:
  • 16th June, 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Samsung
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  • Pros:
  • Comfortable design and build quality
  • Slick user experience
  • Swype keyboard
  • Cons:
  • Comparatively expensive
  • No Flash capability
  • Low resolution screen

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