The Nokia 2760 is far from perfect but it's fine for occasional callers, and it has a decent camera to boot.
Sony Ericsson's K300i is a decent all-rounder handset that includes a good mix of features such as a built-in VGA camera and infrared to wirelessly transfer photos to PC. Taking photos and sending text messages is a breeze, although a few bundled accessories like a USB cable would have been nice.
The LG C1500 is an affordable basic phone with decent call quality and a compact form factor that will please those who just want a phone that works.
The Motorola V360 abandons the flashy for the functional. Although the design is a step backward from the last model in the product line, it's outweighed by attractive features.
The Pharos GPS Phone 600e isn't a horrible smart phone, but the lack of navigation software and subpar call quality detracts from its overall appeal. Plus, you can get more for your money with other GPS-enabled smart phones.
The Samsung SGH-T429 performs well, but even with Bluetooth it's a rather unremarkable cell phone.
The Nokia 2320 is an ideal phone for occasional callers who need minimal features and a user-friendly design.
The HTC Touch Diamond for Sprint brings some nice additions and improvements over the unlocked GSM version--most notably to performance. It's best suited for first-time smartphone buyers or light users, while business customers should wait for the Touch Pro.