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We have reached the final three in our top ten list of entry-level Android handsets in 2012. We hope that we've managed to give you a little inspiration if you're looking for a smartphone with an equally smart price tag.

Sony Xperia neo L, Android phone.

If you're an avid follower of Android you may be aware that Sony have added a new Xperia neo to their catalogue. You may have also noticed that it's unlikely to see the light of day in the UK, as it's stuck behind the Great Wall of China, probably for all eternity. So in the absence of Sony MT25i Xperia neo L, we took a look at just what we're missing out on.

Sony Xperia Sola, NFC Android phone with Floating Touch.

Sony have saved the best until last! After lots of juicy unveiling's at Mobile World Congress, the only announcement we were anticipating from any major manufacturer that didn't happen in Barcelona was that of the elusive Samsung Galaxy S 3. What we didn't anticipate, however, was a further revelation from Sony, who, since parting ways with Ericsson, already have a neat set of Xperia phones lined up to keep their customers happy throughout 2012.

Sony Xperia Ion, NFC enabled Android phone.

Sony Xperia Ion is amongst two phones announced back in January, during CES in Las Vegas. It's also, along with the second phone revealed at CES, namely Sony Xperia S, the first pair of Android smartphones from Sony since they parted ways with Ericsson. Until recently however, it was thought that Sony Xperia Ion was bypassing the UK altogether in favour of USA.

Sony Xperia U, Android phone.

Sony Xperia U was announced alongside its high end brother Sony Xperia P on 27th February, at Mobile World Congress (MWC). It joins Sony's NXT series of Android phones, their first without Ericsson, that consists of Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U. If you're not after all of Android technologies latest bells and whistles, but still want a decent smartphone that will more than satisfy your mobile needs, mid range Sony Xperia U will fit the bill nicely.

Sony Xperia P, Android phone.

Mobile World Congress 2012 saw two new Xperia NXT series Android handsets announced by Sony, namely Sony Xperia P and Sony Xperia U. Sony Xperia P is a sexy people pleaser, designed and optimised for your viewing pleasure throughout. If the screen is important to you, Sony Xperia P should push your buttons.

Sony Android SmartWatch in various colours.

Part 2 of Heavenly Android's lowdown of Android accessories announced at CES 2012. CES 2012 was crammed with a whole host of Android devices, from phones and tablets to watches and cameras, plus a fair few other Android extras to get excited about!

Sony XQD memory card.

One accessory that you just can't do without when you acquire an Android phone/tablet is a microSD card. The majority of Android phones come bundled with microSD cards (usually 2 GB), which for the majority of us is not nearly enough. Before virtually any time has elapsed we find the need to fill our microSD card slot to the hilt.

Sony Xperia S Android phone.

Sony Xperia S was announced earlier this week at 2012 CES (Consumer Electronics show) in Las Vegas. No, not Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S, simply Sony Xperia S. This NFC enabled smartphone is also the very first dual core Sony Xperia smartphone. It will be supported by both O2 and Three, but if you want it in white you will be able to buy it exclusively from Phones 4U upon it's release.

Sony Tablet S, ergonomic shape.

Sony Tablet S has been unleashed into the UK market. Released on September 16th this year, you can now get your hands on this wedge shaped piece of android entertainment. The final name of Sony's tablet has been tweaked ever so slightly, changing from Sony S1 to Sony S. Radical! Luckily for you, nothing else has changed and you get exactly what was promised.

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