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Top Mobile Phones for 2010

Date Added: February 02, 2010 05:02:25 PM
Author: Andrea Browne
Category: Computers & Internet: Telecommunications
Though the global recession put the squeeze on some manufacturers within the mobile industry in 2009, it looks as though 2010 is set to be a bumper year for profits and sales. Smartphones are set to come the talk of the town and internet access on your mobile will also become a bigger priority amongst network operators who are seeking to snag new customers. Here are some of the top phones that will make it big this year.

Nokia N900
Nokia has been struggling to make an impact in the smartphone market since the iPhone arrived, but with the N900 they have a unique handset coupled with some truly impressive software. Based on the Maemo 5 operating system, the N900 has a large 3.5 inch screen, a powerful processor and a full QWERTY keypad. It is the perfect gadget for the hardcore crowd and though its performance as a mobile phone may feel like an afterthought, it is certainly a return to form for Nokia.

Google Nexus One
The Nexus One is the first smartphone to come with the Google seal of approval. It runs on the latest version of the Android operating system, has a 3.7 inch touch screen that uses AMOLED technology to offer superior picture quality with improved energy efficiency and also has a 1GHz processor to keep things running swiftly.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
After failing to impress in 2009, the Xperia X10 is set to be Sony Ericsson`s comeback smartphone for 2010. Amongst its impressive features is the ability of its camera software to recognise up to 5 different faces. You can capture your mates, tell the X10 to remember their mugs and then allow it to automatically store future photos in which they feature under their contact listing.

Apple iPhone 4G
Though little is known about the next version of the iPhone, it is expected to arrive during the summer months with a whole host of new features on board. Some expect it to come with an AMOLED screen, whilst others have rumoured that it will have a 5 megapixel camera and a front-facing VGA camera for making video calls. Whatever the final product features, it will surely be closely observed and perhaps emulated by rival manufacturers who are looking to leech from its inevitable success.

Motorola Backflip
This phone will go my many names in many regions, but all over the world it will have the same unique reverse-hinged design that makes it stand out. With the Android operating system supported by a touch screen interface and a full QWERTY keypad, the Backflip will also benefit from the MotoBLUR social networking software.

Though all of the phones in the list will make their mark in one way or another, it is still the cheap mobile phones that will sell the most units and be used by the most people. If you do opt for a smartphone yourself, then you will definitely want to accessories to make the most of its features. Whether you pick up a protective case to avoid screen scratching, or a Bluetooth headset for hands free calling, there are accessories online for phones of all types.


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