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.

Palm Pre

The Palm Pre was possibly one of the most hyped and anticipated devices of the year. Expectations were high and it had a lot to live up to.

Thankfully it didn't disappoint. While some found its slide-out keypad a little on the cramped side, the dual hard key/touch screen approach worked well, combined with Palm's innovative webOS.

Palm Pre

Samsung Galaxy (i7500)

The arrival of the Galaxy marked Samsung's first foray into the world of Android. And what a valiant first attempt it was.

Samsung Galaxy (i7500)

Sony Xperia X2

Last, but not least, we have one of the latest arrivals on the scene. So new, in fact, we're waiting for a review unit in order to carry out full tests.

During our first look review, based on our short hands-on time with the Xperia X2, we were impressed at how things had moved on since the X1.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X2
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