There’s something for everyone in the Android world today. We’ve got the Sony Xperia Z, the HTC One, and the Samsung Galaxy S 4. These are pretty much the flagships of 2013, though they’ll soon be joined by the next Google Nexus and probably offerings from other OEMs, like Motorola for instance.

About the biggest question an Android user is being faced with is: which one to go for? We’ve received lots of e-mails, comments, tweets and alike from our readers, asking for advice. Even if you decide not to sign on the dotted line at the bottom of a carrier contract and you opt for an unlocked phone, these devices require some financial sacrifice.

That, or just simply: which one is better in terms of specs, build, software, camera, and so on?

We’re sitting down for a conversation which you can watch live, here on Pocketnow, as well as on our YouTube channel. We’ll be talking all things Xperia Z, One, and Galaxy S 4, so that you can get some answers, our thoughts, and, why not, draw a conclusion which will help you make a decision.

Tune in tomorrow morning, Wednesday, March 20, 9:00 AM EDT (click for your own time zone) to see us debate all the above, in a public (but closed, meaning you won’t get to interact live) hangout.

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Note: Link for the hangout will be made public on all our social channels five minutes before start: TwitterFacebook, and Google+.

Live broadcast will appear here. Will be replaced with recording once over!

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