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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ASUS Padfone

The ASUS Padfone, an Android phone that docks into a tablet shell, is one of the most interesting mobility products we've ever seen. Unfortunately using the Padfone on a daily basis simply feels like an unfinished product in desperate need of both a hardware revision and multiple software upgrades. If you want a smartphone, buy a smartphone and if you want a tablet, buy a tablet. We can't recommend buying the Padfone.

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  • 1st Aug., 2012
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • ASUS
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  • Pros:
  • Good performance in phone mode
  • Padfone Station charges Padfone
  • Included stylus headset & case
  • Cons:
  • Tablet is too chunky and heavy
  • User experience feels unfinished
  • Average screen on both devices
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