1. Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S

    Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S

    An excellent addition to the market, and ideal if video is a high priority

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  2. Apple iPhone 4S

    Apple iPhone 4S

    No game-changer, but still one of the most talented smartphones on the planet

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  3. Nokia N8

    Nokia N8

    If you don't want to go down the Apple route for a smartphone then this Nokia is a good alternative, but it's not the best out there

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    Available from £240
  4. HTC HD7

    HTC HD7

    With an operating system that promises so much, it's shame that HTC's HD7 is let down by markedly lacklustre performance

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  5. Dell Streak

    Dell Streak

    Neither here nor there in terms of size, the 5in Streak from Dell isn't as sharp or as punchy as its leading rivals

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  7. Nokia X6

    Nokia X6

    The X6 is yet another David to Apple's iPhone Goliath, but unlike the story, it doesn't do enough to slay the beast

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  8. Blackberry Storm 2

    Blackberry Storm 2

    Blackberry's revitalised Storm 2 isn't the product we'd like it to be. It manages to do some things well, but there's a lot not right here

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  9. Palm Pre

    Palm Pre

    The Palm Pre has its merits undoubtedly, but it's not the brilliant all-rounder we hoped for

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    Available from £79.98
  10. HTC HD2

    HTC HD2

    If you don't want to get an iPhone, then it's possible the HTC HD2 could be what you're after; it's not perfect but it's pretty close

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  11. LG BL40

    LG BL40

    The LG LB40 appears fantastic in the flesh but it's flawed in practice

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