1. HTC Sensation

    HTC Sensation

    The feature-packed  HTC Sensation sounds better than it looks

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  2. 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 £85.99
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  3. Samsung Galaxy S

    Samsung Galaxy S

    Best multimedia phone, Awards 2010. With the advent of the Galaxy S, there's now a genuinely tough rival to Apple's all-conquering iPhone 4

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  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. HTC Desire

    HTC Desire

    It's obvious that HTC's Desire is an attractive proposition, but its not the perfect all-rounder against its competitive rivals

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    Available from £69.99
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  7. 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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  8. Apple iPhone 4

    Apple iPhone 4

    Sounds great, with a fine interface, but rivals are now chomping at its heels

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    Available from £160.94
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  9. 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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    Available from £82.39
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  10. 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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  11. 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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