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Old 11-14-2010, 01:07 AM   #1
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Hello,

I am beginner for Android development. Could you please suggest which device good for development.

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Old 11-14-2010, 09:52 PM   #2
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If you're talking about an IDE, I would recommend using Eclipse. It integrates well with the Android SDK.
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Hello ,

Thanks for your reply. i planing to purchase one mobile for test my apps. Could you please suggest which mobile is good?
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Nexus one or Desire? what os, resolution do you want to cover?
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i can't say best but galaxy s is doing great for me so far.
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i think samsung galaxy is best device for development for you.
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Well, it depends of what you want to develop and for which API version.
If you don't need strange new features, I suggest you to develop for the base 2.1 and looking for an entry level cellphone with this OS version. I did it like that, with a HTC Magic 2.1.
If you pick up an entry level phone, and your app works well on it, you should be sure that for better cellphones your app will work fine. Instead, if you work on a brand new cellphone, too much powerful, the app could go well on your test device but it would go bad on others less powerful than yours.
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