1. Sony Ericsson W595

    Sony Ericsson W595

    Sony's W595 MusicStation equipped multimedia phone looks set to be a sure-fire hit with those who like their pop music

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  2. Samsung SGH-i900 (Omnia)

    Samsung SGH-i900 (Omnia)

    The Samsung Omnia is worth a casual glance, but in truth there are more capable, more attractive alternatives out there

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  3. Blackberry Storm

    Blackberry Storm

    The Vodafone-exclusive Blackberry Storm is billed as an iPhone killer, but can it really beat Apple as the king of all multimedia mobile phones?

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    Available from £250
  4. Nokia N96

    Nokia N96

    We like the looks and technical spec of the N96, and it sounds almost as good as the iPhone, but the screen is a big disappointment

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    Available from £169.98
  5. Motorola Rokr E8

    Motorola Rokr E8

    Average sound and not enough strong points leaves us decidedly nonplussed

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  7. Apple iPhone 3G 8GB

    Apple iPhone 3G 8GB

    Class leader for sound – it's undeniably punchy, open and brilliantly subtle

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  8. Sony Ericsson W980

    Sony Ericsson W980

    A versatile, well-specified phone that will do a fine job for the majority of mobile users

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  9. Samsung F400

    Samsung F400

    Good quality sound makes this a fine proposition

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  10. Apple iPhone 3G

    Apple iPhone 3G

    New model is less expensive, looks smarter, is more flexible – and sounds better too

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  11. Sony Ericsson W890i

    Sony Ericsson W890i

    A slim and stylish handset that sounds punchy and powerful with music, but the headphones are poor

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