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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 smartphone

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 smartphone

Sony Ericsson's first Android smartphone, the XPERIA X10, looks impressive but falls behind some of the strong smartphone offerings from competitors
Motorola DEXT smartphone

Motorola DEXT smartphone

The Motorola DEXT smartphone offers MotoBlur, which unifies emails, SMS messages and social-networking services
Nokia X6 smartphone

Nokia X6 smartphone

Nokia's first smartphone to feature a capacitive touch screen
Sony Ericsson Vivaz smartphone

Sony Ericsson Vivaz smartphone

The sleek, curved Vivaz smartphone represents a fresh look and feel for Sony Ericsson, but the drab Symbian OS is a big let down
Motorola Devour smartphone

Motorola Devour smartphone

Motorola Devour: A lesser Droid
Nokia N97 mini smartphone

Nokia N97 mini smartphone

Nokia's N97 mini is, as its name suggests, a more compact version of the flagship N97
HTC Desire smartphone

HTC Desire smartphone

HTC Desire review: Telstra's first Android smartphone in Australia, the HTC Desire is a superb handset.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 smartphone (preview)

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 smartphone (preview)

The first Sony Ericsson mobile phone that runs Google's Android platform
Samsung Omnia Pro (B7320L) smartphone

Samsung Omnia Pro (B7320L) smartphone

Samsung's Omnia Pro is a capable but unexciting business phone
Acer Liquid smartphone

Acer Liquid smartphone

The Acer Liquid is a touchscreen smartphone equipped with Google Android 1.6
Palm Pixi Plus smartphone

Palm Pixi Plus smartphone

There are few differences between the Palm Pixi Plus and the original Pixi
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 smartphone

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 smartphone

The XPERIA X2 suffers from just as many frustrating software issues as its bug-riddled predecessor
Google Nexus One smartphone

Google Nexus One smartphone

In addition to its 1GHz processor and OLED display, the Google Nexus One sports a multicolour trackball, light and proximity sensors, and a 5-megapixel camera
Nokia N900 smartphone

Nokia N900 smartphone

Nokia's first Linux-based smartphone is impressive but lacks polish
HTC HD2 smartphone

HTC HD2 smartphone

A massive 4.3in screen and HTC's superb Sense UI combine to make this the best Windows phone on the market
Nokia 6760 slide smartphone

Nokia 6760 slide smartphone

Though its compact size and comfortable keyboard are impressive, the Nokia 6760 slide has too many faults
Nokia E72 smartphone

Nokia E72 smartphone

Nokia's E72 offers some nice improvements over its popular predecessor, the E71.
RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone

RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone

RIM's latest flagship BlackBerry Bold is a sleeker, more compact version of the original, but will users be disappointed with the smaller size?
Dell Mini 3i smartphone

Dell Mini 3i smartphone

The first Dell Mini 3i smartphone to go on sale anywhere in the world will be available in China this December
HTC Tattoo smartphone

HTC Tattoo smartphone

HTC's Tattoo smartphone is a smaller, cheaper version of the company's flagship Android handset, the Hero.
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