Feb. 3, 2011 at 11:27
What do you mean by global? Because I doubt there are any handsets that are truly global (handle GSM, CDMA, Docomo etc). There are however many handsets that are quad-band and should cover pretty much any country you go to.
Feb. 3, 2011 at 11:51
I think the Droid 2 Global in the States is a global capable Android phone. It supports both CDMA and GSM, allowing voice connectivity in more than 220 countries and data support in over 200.
Feb. 10, 2011 at 17:13
Brands that tend to cover loads of frequencies on Android phones would be Motorola (Droid & Atrix models), Dell (Streak, Smoke, etc.) and Sony (XPERIA).
Other notable phones include the Google Nexus One. Other brands have or have had one or two models each since Android 1.5. I'm pretty certain that the new Google Nexus S model qualifies as a 'global capable' handset too. Ask a sales bod though.
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