1) Nexus One- The Nexus One built for Google by HTC is the most anticipated Android phone ever. The Nexus One is a very slick and beautiful phone that almost makes other devices look out dated. The display screen on this phone is simply incredible. There has yet to be any device out on the market to date that looks as crisp and clear as the Nexus One.
- 119×59.8×11.5mm, 130g (4.58oz)
- 1Ghz Qualcomm QSD 8250 “Snapdragon” processor
- 3.7″ 800×480 AMOLED display
- 5 Megapixel camera with LED Flash
- 720×480 video capture at 20fps+
- GSM/3.5G, GPS
- 1400mAH battery
- 512MB RAM, 4GB MicroSD storage
With eye-popping 8-megapixel resolution and built-in editing, it’s not a camera phone. It’s an amazing camera that happens to be an amazing phone. HTC designers found inspiration for the Droid Incredible by HTC in a jet-black Italian sports car. With a blazing-fast 1GHz Snapdragon™ processor, it seems our hardware engineers did, too. Capture the moment and post it instantly on Facebook®, Flickr®, or Picasa™. Mail it, message it, or send a peep to all your peeps.
3) Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB- The first thing you’ll notice about iPhone 3G S is how quickly you can launch applications. Web pages render in a fraction of the time and you can view email attachments faster. Improved performance and updated 3D graphics deliver an incredible gaming experience, too. In fact, everything you do on iPhone 3G S is up to 2x faster and more responsive than ever. You can shoot, edit and share videos with high quality VGA video as well as taking great still photos with 3-megapixel camera.
4) HTC EVO 4G- With instant Internet access for up to 5 computers, the EVO 4G opens up all kinds of possibilities. Now, the world is your coffee shop. The true HD camcorder captures the moment. And with the HDMI cable connected to your flatscreen, you can relive the moment, down to the last detail. With eye-popping resolution on the giant 4.3-inch screen, your favorite flicks, live sports and primetime shows come to the rescue whenever there’s time to kill.
5) BlackBerry Bold 9650- The BlackBerry Bold 9650 fuses form and function in a striking design and, in addition to providing premium phone and multimedia features, it of course delivers the industry’s leading mobile solution for email, messaging (IM, SMS, MMS) and social networking. RIM has been doing a great job in the display department as of late. The 2.4-inch 480×360 screen is crisp, bright, and manages browsing sessions well.
6) HTC HD2- HTC HD2 is the largest touchscreen phone on the market, running Windows Mobile 6.5 with HTC’s Sense interface concept. If you like Web browsing, showing off photos or watching movies, you’ll appreciate the large display. Even buyers considering a tablet, like an Apple iPad, will find plenty of ebook reading and multimedia software on board.
7) Motorola Droid- Droid has great 3.7 inch display with multifunction buttons like Back, Home, Search and Menu under the screen, considering that other phones don’t have big screen and no buttons on front body, Motorola made the screen really comfy. The 3.7 inches touchscreen makes this a pretty big phone to look at, and the impressive pixel ratio of 854 x 480 pixels resolution (which was the best in the market until the official launch of the Apple iPhone 4) ensures great clarity.
8) Palm Pre- The Palm Pre is an all-new smartphone designed from the ground-up to work with the web. It runs an all-new operating system called “webOS” that is based on linux and sports innovative features like Synergy for syncing and multitasking “cards” to quickly switch between tasks. The screen is exceptionally vivid indoors with good saturation and nice black levels and it holds up well in direct sunlight. It is very pixel dense, measuring in at 1.86″ x 2.75″ inches, compared to a Palm TX which sported a 3.25″ x 2.2″ inch display with the same amount of pixels.
9) Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB- The iPhone 3G is mostly what we were hoping for in the second version of the too-popular-for-itself handset. Apple addressed call quality concerns, as well as demands for a faster Web experience via 3G and corporate email support, already making it a worthwhile upgrade for many first-gen iPhone owners. The updated email client works with IMAP and POP3 accounts and has presets for Yahoo, Gmail, AOL, and Apple’s MobileMe accounts, but the big story is Microsoft Exchange support, making the iPhone a viable business phone. MS Exchange ActiveSync also lets you wirelessly sync contacts and calendars, and you can receive email on the phone as soon as it hits the server.
10) Motorola Backflip- The Backflip has a 3.1-inch touchscreen display running at 480 x 320 resolution. It is powerful, handsome and fast. It comes with a manual keyboard and a great screen and is still only 15.3 millimeters ( .6 inches ) thick. The camera is a five megapixel model with LED flash, autofocus, geotagging and video. The Backflip can record at 25 frames per second in the MP4 ( MPEG-4 ) format. This is nothing to write home about but is acceptable. For audio you get stereo speakers and a 3.5 millimeter head phone jack.