Top 10 Mobile Phones (2009)

Posted by Wicked Sago | Posted in , | Posted on 4:38 PM

10. Samsung i900 Omnia

samsung omniaHTC made a big splash in the Windows Mobile world of smartphones last year when it introduced the Touch, a smartphone that was pretty much all touchscreen and was intended to be controlled with a finger. Earlier this year HTC came up big again with the Touch Diamond, adding a VGA display and a new UI to the mix. While it might be a bit late to the party, Samsung has put forth the SGH-i900 Omnia to show, in a big way, that it, too, can compete on the Windows Mobile multimedia smartphone front. With features like a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, up to 16GB of built-in storage, a built-in GPS, and automatic screen rotation, the Omnia certainly has a lot of WinMo fans drooling. Read more…

 

9. Nokia N82

nokia-n82-05The Nokia N82 is the latest high-end imaging-focused device from the Finnish manufacturer. With a Xenon flash, a 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus, and video capture at 30 frames per second, the Nokia N82 is set to replace the venerable N73 in the Nseries imaging lineup. Going back to the candy bar form factor that Nokia is known for, does the Nokia N82 set the benchmark high for other multimedia handsets? Read more… 

 

8. Nokia 5310 XpressMusic

nokia-5310-pinkConsumers these days are really spoiled for choice. Ranging from the latest huge megapixel camera phones, to music phones with audio chips and big storage, buying a phone is quite a tough choice to make. And Nokia didn't help the situation by throwing in two more models from their XpressMusic range – the slim 5310 and the sliding 5610. We managed to get our hands on the 5310, a slim and lightweight phone that is equipped with a 2-megapixel camera and expandable microSD memory card slot. Read more...

 

7. Nokia E71

nokia-e71-01 Nokia's new E71 is the company's 3rd try at the popular "BlackBerry" form factor of business smartphones. The original Nokia E61/E62 handsets had the right basic shape, but were thicker and overall bulkier than those from the competition at the time. The E61i improved on that, but still wasn't quite capable of going toe to toe with the best on offer from the likes of HTC and RIM. But with the E71, Nokia has shown that it can be a leader in this space. The E71 has a great spec sheet, a slim and solid body, and the powerful S60/Symbian system lurking inside. We give it a thorough thrashing to see how it holds up. Read more...

 

6. Sony Ericsson K850

The K850i is Sony Ericsson's latest Cyber-shot phone, sporting a 5 megapixel camera, auto-focus, and a xenon flash. Couple this with a fresh, vibrant design and some interesting new features and you've got the perfect ingredients for one of the market's best camera phones yet, but does it live up to its expectations? Read more...

 

5. Nokia N95 8GB

nokia-n95-8gb-00 While it shares much with the Nokia N80 in terms of both design and functionality, Nokia's N95, the subject of this review, takes the capabilities of a mobile phone to a new level. On paper, at least, there appears to be little that this Finnish wonder can't do. It has quad-band GSM/EDGE support and 2100MHz UMTS as well as a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, a built-in GPS receiver, Bluetooth stereo support, and 802.11b/g WLAN support. Read more…

 

4. Nokia N96

nokia_n96_00 Nokia's N96 has hit the shelves, set to take over from its highly successful predecessor, the N95. With much of the same specs as the N95, the device has plenty to offer, but with a few tweaks and additions for good measure. This all sounds promising, but we thought we'd better take a look for ourselves - read on for our full review. Read more...

 

3. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1

SE-experia The release of the Xperia X1 marks a number of firsts for Sony Ericsson. The device is the first smartphone that runs Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS for the company, and it is also the first device the company has put out that sports the sideways sliding form factor, which is quite popular among QWERTY smartphone users. The X1 is also the first in what we expect to be a range of Xperia handsets that will eventually be released, and it also features Sony Ericsson's new Panels home screen interface. Read more...

 

2. Nokia N97

nokia-n97-00 The Nokia N97, announced in December 2008 at Nokia World in Barcelona, Spain, is Nokia's flagship Nseries smartphone, and is also the company's most prominent touchscreen device, with a roomy 3.5in touchscreen display. We put the QWERTY-equipped sliding smartphone through its paces in our review, to see how well it fares. Read more...

 

1. Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

nokiaxpressmusic If you are having a hard time waiting for the new Nokia 5800 XpressMusic (the "Tube") to hit the market, then we have a treat for you. We recently posted four 5 minute long high quality videos on YouTube that will let you see first hand how most of the major features of the first touchscreen equipped S60 smartphone work. Read more...

 

Source: Mobile Reviews from mobileburn.com

Comments (0)

Post a Comment

Related Posts with Thumbnails