Top 10 best mobile phones in the world
Top 10 best mobile phones in the world – Here we have a constantly updated list of the best mobile phones on the planet. Whether you’re after the finest finances music mobile phone handset or a high-end smartphone, the top 10 best mobile phones are below. Listed here are our own ratings to find the best cellphones in the world!
10. LG Intouch Max GW620
Top 10 best mobile phones - The first Android handset from LG, the Intouch Max GW620 has taken a different direction to its competitors – there are very few Android phones that have aimed at the lower end of the handset spectrum, and it’s interesting that the Korean firm has chosen this tack.
However, while the costs have been kept down to make it a competitor to the HTC Tattoo, LG has still added a decent amount of innovation into the mix, by offering the choice of the vanilla Android experience or its own S-Class interface, offering a new level of functionality.
The phone itself is small, a 3.2-inch HVGA resistive pales in comparison with the Google Nexus One phone, with its massive 3.7-inch OLED capacitive screen, but the Intouch Max GW620 also brings a full keyboard and a decent array of buttons as well.
9. LG Pop GD510
Top 10 best mobile phones: Aimed at mobile buyers after some touch control action on a budget, the LG POP GD510 is the smallest, lightest and one of the cheapest 3-inch touchscreen phones around.
After LG’s success with the cash-conscious Cookie KP500, which notched up over 10 million sales in just over a year – LG must be hoping for similar things from this stylishly slimline device, which at launch is selling for under £100 on a pay as you go package.
The LG POP GD510 doesn’t try to be a do-everything smartphone. The POP is instead pitched at delivering a fun package, with a friendly user experience and the sort of features its target audience are after.
8. Nokia N900
Top 10 best mobile phones * Not necessarily something we agree with, but Nokia is adamant this isn’t a phone. Instead, it’s saying that it’s a small computer/slimmed-down netbook thanks to the new Maemo 5 operating system (OS), which is based on Linux.
Essentially, it’s a unit with a 3G chip in it for voice and data with a similar form factor to a phone, so it’s really just semantics what you want to call it.
As mentioned above, the N900 comes with the brand new Maemo 5 operating system which is designed to offer powerful options that we haven’t seen on Symbian-powered devices before.
While Maemo has been seen on previous internet tablets from Nokia, this release is important as it makes the OS more finger friendly than ever before. It also allows a high level of customisation, a wider web browser and more location-based services too.
7. BlackBerry Bold 9700
Top 10 best mobile phones Featuring an improved processor and latest UI, the Bold 9700 certainly has the specs but can it stop the iPhone and Android onslaught?
Well it’s certainly a very good device, building on everything we’ve come to expect from the Canadian firm.
It’s a little bit squished in comparison to the older device, but we don’t think that’s too much of an issue given the well designed chassis.
The sheer swiftness of the Bold 2 9700 is to be commended, as it’s clearly a big effort from RIM to get that up to speed, and although App World isn’t working for us yet thanks to T-Mobile, we’re sure once that’s up and running the Bold 9700 will be a very compelling business phone indeed.
Like the HD2, whether it’s something the consumer will want/need, we don’t know, it depends on the importance of easy to sync web mail we guess, as well as a stylish device to boot.
6. HTC HD2
Top 10 best mobile phones – The HTC HD2′s enormous 4.3-inch touchscreen is hugely impressive. And the HD2 is the first Windows Phone to come packing the HTC Sense overlay interface, as well as a capacitive multi-touch screen.
It smashes past the iPhone in terms of raw processing speed and the ability to handle Flash video.
And it dwarfs the Hero with a more responsive screen and its Wi-Fi routing ability too, and is far better than anything Samsung, LG or Nokia have come up with so far.
5. Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
The X10 is a forthcoming Android-powered phone from Sony Ericsson. Top 10 best mobile phones
The main selling points are the Android overlay and the usual range of multimedia-friendly hardware packed into the chassis.
The main thing when picking up the X10 is the sheer size of the thing: a four-inch screen makes up the majority of the phone, with a few buttons on the front and sides for company.
Our only worry is the sheer amount of stuff the phone is doing at once: it might have a 1GHz processor, but we’ve seen plenty of phones stutter to a halt when performing tasks like Facebook info-grabbing.
4. HTC Legend
Top 10 best mobile phones The HTC Legend is the follow-up to the super-successful HTC Hero. For many months, the Hero was the top dog in the Android world. But with the arrival of the HTC Legend and Desire, that was always going to change in 2010.
Featuring a high-res OLED screen, as well as the latest version of Android from Google, HTC is clearly looking to jostle its way to the front of the best-selling phone queue with the Legend. The phone also packs a sumptuous unibody aluminium chassis – taking more than a few visual cues from Apple’s MacBook range.
It’s a great device, and one that we have to say is probably a match for the Apple iPhone. The only problem is that with the weight of the Apple App Store behind it, the iPhone takes some beating.
3. Apple iPhone 3GS
Top 10 best mobile phones The Apple iPhone in at number 3? That’s right, folks!
There’s no denying the quality of the iPhone, and really it could just as easily have come out on top.
The iPhone 3GS is a stunning handset. It’s faster than the iPhone 3G and also has a better camera, so if you’re thinking of getting an iPhone for the first time, we reckon opting for the 3GS is a no-brainer, even if the 3G is slightly cheaper.
2. HTC Desire
Top 10 best mobile phones The HTC Desire is essentially the same phone as the Google Nexus One, only with HTC’s Sense UI overlay and a reworked chassis.
For this reason, the HTC Desire has entered our top 10 at number 2, and the Google Nexus One has dropped out completely. It’s tough at the top.
The Desire is a little on the large side thanks to its 3.7-inch OLED screen, but HTC has had a look at the few foibles the Nexus One has and sorted them out.
Messaging on the HTC Desire is a dream, despite not having a physical keyboard, the eerily responsive typing correction on this device is so sharp we could practically shut our eyes and mash our hands into the keyboard and still type a perfect message. It’s just a brilliant phone.
And the winner of Top 10 best mobile phones is:
1. HTC EVO 4G
Top 10 best mobile phones winner: Sprint and HTC have done it with the Evo 4G. It’s the world’s first Android smartphone that can use Sprint’s 4G WiMax data. It has a monstrous 4.3-inch touchscreen. It has the powerfull 1GHz Snapdragon processor. It has the HTC Sense interface, to make your experience as simple as possible.
It’s huge, it’s quick, it’s simple to use, and it’s just about the best Android phone available today. The 1GHz Snapdragon processor keeps things moving just fine. And the phone will get even quicker once it gets Android 2.2. And it may well hold that title through the end of 2010.
This is our Top 10 best mobile phones in the world.