NFC devices tagged with 'Android 4.1'
The LG Optimus F6 D505 is a 4G phone available with NFC in certain markets.
Released by Verizon in September 2012, this is the US version of the LG Optimus Vu
The Kyocera Hydro Elite is a waterproof Android smartphone with NFC.
The ZTE GoTa 4G Smart Terminal GH800 is a rugged NFC phone and terminal designed for enterprise use.
The Motorola Razr D3 is an Android 4.1 smartphone with NFC that was launched in Brazil in March 2013.
The MTS 975 is a co-branded NFC smartphone from Russian carrier MTS and MasterCard that can make payments at the latter’s PayPass contactless terminals.
The Turkcell T40 is a “local” Android NFC smartphone that was designed and is manufactured in Turkey.
The Samsung Galaxy Young is a compact, affordable Android smartphone available in both NFC and non-NFC versions.
The Samsung Galaxy Express I8730 is a mid-range NFC smartphone with Galaxy S III looks at a cut-down price.
The Oppo Find 5 is a feature packed high-end Android smartphone with NFC.
The Faea F1 is an Android device billed as “the cheapest NFC smartphone” by Chinese manufacturer Faea Mobile.
The Vodafone 975N Smart III is an ‘affordable’ carrier-branded Android smartphone with optional NFC.
The Sony Xperia M is a competent Android NFC handset that slots in at the low end of the company’s range.
The Sony Xperia ZR is a waterproof LTE smartphone running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The Xiaomi Mi 2A is an NFC smartphone which is available in China and runs MIUI 5, a customised version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The HTC First is a mid-range touch screen Android 4.1 smartphone that is the first to feature Facebook Home — and it includes NFC support.
The Sony Xperia L is a mid-range NFC smartphone that runs Android 4.1.
The Sony Xperia SP is a mid-range LTE enabled NFC smartphone that runs Android 4.1.
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The Huawei Ascend P2 features a 1.5GHz quad core processor, a 4.7-inch 720p screen and LTE. The device has NFC in some markets.