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Sony Ericsson W200i

The W200i has a decent range of features and is easy to use, however it's the excellent Walkman music player that helps it stand out from its rivals. Those who are not on a monthly contract and are looking for a music phone should check it out

Sony Ericsson K550i

The K550i is a highly desirable phone thanks to its slick design, bright screen and great range of features. Sure, there are some niggles such as the fiddly keypad and the camera's grainy indoor shots, but these are minor complaints on an otherwise impressive handset

RIM BlackBerry Curve 8300

The Curve hasn't decided whether it's a business device that can let its hair down, or a consumer phone that can get away with wearing a suit. It has a stunning screen and a top keyboard for emailing, but power users will find it slow and limited where it counts

Samsung F300

This twin-face approach just doesn't pay off with this handset -- the oddball design makes it confusing to use. Matters also aren't helped by the phone's sluggish feel and poor battery life. There's little to recommend here


While the LG Prada is a gorgeous phone with a stunning touch screen display, its simple feature set may not justify its hefty price tag. That said, if you want one of the most fashionable phones available, the LG Prada is definitely the phone to get.

Motorola Q 9

The Q 9 has one of the best smart phone keypads we have used and the Windows Mobile 6 software moves along fairly speedily. It's definitely one of the better models out there at the moment

Orange SPV E600

The Orange SPV E600 tries to be a mobile email device and document management handset, and up to a point it succeeds. The screen and keyboard are good enough, but without the ability to create documents you can't produce anything from scratch

Samsung U600

Samsung has made yet another ultrathin phone that doesn't skimp on features. Key are the 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and an easy-to-use music player. Our only niggles with the U600 are the lack of 3G connectivity and the touch-sensitive keys that some people might find annoying

Sony Ericsson K810i

Sony Ericsson made two of the best camera phones ever, so we expected a lot from the K800i's successor. Unfortunately, what you get with the K810i is a remodelled version of the K800i -- it's a good camera phone, but it lacks the wow factor of its predecessors. If you already own a K800i then it's not worth upgrading, although others will want to check it out

LG Chocolate Platinum KE800

The Chocolate Platinum features some cool upgrades to its predecessor -- 2-megapixel camera with auto-focus, an MP3 player and an expandable microSD slot. Our only issues with the Platinum are it doesn't have the same overall seamless quality that the original Chocolate phone had -- and the touch pad is still fiddly to use

Motorola Motofone F3

Motorola almost made one of the best phones ever. It's cheap, it has a long battery life and it looks good. The only problem is that the Motofone F3's interface is very difficult to get used to and if you're looking for a phone that does more than make calls then you'll probably be disappointed

LG U830

LG's U830 looks almost identical to the stylish LG KG810 from the outside, but on the inside it's got HSDPA (3.5G) connectivity giving you high-speed Web access on the go. Our only niggles are the fiddly touch-sensitive music buttons and the lack of expandable memory

Nokia E65

This is one of our favourite Nokia smart phones so far. It's slim, it looks good and the keypad is easy to use. Our main niggle is that the camera can take blurry pictures and doesn't work well in low light. But add the Wi-Fi and decent battery life and you've got a winner

Nokia N95

The N95 almost justifies its hefty price-tag for the sat-nav alone. Despite a few bugs, Nokia's handset succeeds as phone, camera, media player, PDA and above all personal navigator. If we had to rescue just one device from a burning house, it would be the N95

Nokia N93i

Nokia is constantly squeezing more functionality into its handsets, and something has to give. With the N93i, convenience and size have been sacrificed for a zoom lens and a bewildering variety of multimedia extras. It may not be the purest photographic tool but it's impossible not to love its sheer flexibility

Nokia 6300

While this isn't the most advanced handset out there, it has a strong casing, a decent all-round feature set and an elegant, straightforward design. This is Nokia at its best

Nokia 7373

Nokia's 7373 is definitely a handset to turn heads. The rotating screen and classy styling mean it's attractive to look at, but delve under the finely manicured exterior and you'll find a pretty average handset which has a clunky music player and sub-standard battery life

HTC S710

With its large screen, slick design and slide-out keyboard, the S710 is one of the most impressive Windows smart phones we've seen in a while. The lack of 3G support and sometimes sluggish performance are disappointments, but despite these shortcomings, the S710 is still a very desirable handset