The worst Android phones of all time

We round-up some of the worst Android phones ever released in Australia

Google's Android operating has been a huge success, spurring a wealth of new and innovative smartphones that now dominate the market.

Despite Android's huge success right now, however, there's been plenty of duds down the years. We round-up some of the worst Android phones ever released in Australia.

Did we miss a terrible Android phone? Let us know in the comments below!

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Motorola Backflip

Motorola scores points for trying to differentiate the Backflip from the wealth of other Android smartphones on the market, but its design isn't as practical as the company intended it to be.

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  • 15th June, 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Motorola
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  • Pros:
  • Good build quality, large keyboard, MotoBlur software, reasonably inexpensive
  • Cons:
  • MotoBlur can become cluttered, flip design isn't completely comfortable or practical, trackpad is more of a gimmick, no multitouch or Flash
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