A buyer's guide to the top 10 smartphones
In the latest of our series of buyers' guides, we look at the pick of the bunch when it comes to smartphones.
The original Storm was aesthetically pleasing but it wasn't perfect. The Storm2 removes the gap between the 3.25in touch screen and casing and adds Wi-Fi to the mix.
A sleek design means this phone has the wow factor before you even switch it on. And then when you do it's, thankfully, not an anti-climax.
When we reviewed it, it lacked Exchange support out-of-the-box, but that omission was over shadowed by a lightweight and well-featured device that outshone its predecessor the Android-based G1.
The original Touch Diamond was a best seller. The sequel is even better.
With a sophisticated design and an uber responsive touch screen that shuns the use of the provided stylus as a necessity, we were impressed. In addition, the ability to be able to view communications and interactions with colleagues, family and friends in a unified way grouped by the individual rather than the method, will give the busy user more time back for other tasks.
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