1. LG Prada 3.0

    LG Prada 3.0

    Lots to like, but audio and video playback isn't great

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    Available from £325.58
  2. Panasonic Eluga

    Panasonic Eluga

    Alluring but all round performance is average

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  3. Samsung Galaxy Note

    Samsung Galaxy Note

    Could this big-screen Samsung Galaxy Note replace your phone and tablet?

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  4. HTC One X

    HTC One X

    The best HTC phone we’ve ever seen, and a top contender in the smartphone market

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  5. Nokia Lumia 800

    Nokia Lumia 800

    We like the design and OS but there are too many holes in the Lumia’s feature set

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  7. 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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  8. Apple iPhone 4S

    Apple iPhone 4S

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

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  9. 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 £249.99
  10. 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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  11. 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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