War of smartphone, below is the list of smartphone that I researched and thinking to get one to replace my stone.
What: HTC’s latest Windows Mobile smartphone is one power-packed device. The 157g phone comes with a speedy 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera, an internal global positioning system (GPS) antenna and a large 4.3inch touchscreen. Its HTC Sense software also allows users to manage their communications, such as e-mail, text messages and social networks, in a single screen.
What: Music aficionados will take to Nokia’s latest and greatest. The 32GB version of this phone has the Comes With Music unlimited music-download service, which gives users access to millions of songs from the Nokia Music Store for a year. Who could say no to that?
The 3.2inch touchscreen Symbian phone weight in at just 122g. Stay in touch with the phone’s social networking feature, which sends updates to the homescreen of the phone.
Garmin-Asus nuvifone M10
What: The M10 is the latest in the line of GPS-device maker Garmin and tech firm Asus. The 138g smartphone is able to guide drivers to the correct lane for an approaching turn and can also prompt them on the next three street exits.
Besides these features, this Windows Mobile Phone also sports a 3.5inch touchscreen and a 5-megapixel camera.
What: Motorola’s first phone running on Google’s Android operating system, the Dext is one phone that will appeal to young executives who stay connected with friends through social networking.
The smartphone helps users manage their various social-networking accounts, as well as e-mail and text messages. Besides its 3.1inch touchscreen, the 160g phone comes with a slideout “qwerty” keypad as well.
What: Acer’s first Android smartphone rides on the social-networking wave by allowing users to add social-networking information to their contacts list. It also has a Spinlets application that allows users to stream music and videos for free, and share them with friends. The 135g phone has a 3.5inch touchscreen, a 5-megapixel camera and LED indicators for unread messages, missed calls and battery status.
BlackBerry Bold 9000
What: If you thought BlackBerry smartphones were always black, think again. A white version of the Bold 9000 with a chrome finishing is available now. The 136g phone comes with a “qwerty” keypad. As with past BlackBerries, the Bold has push e-mail features and can edit word-processing documents
Sony Ericsson Vivaz
What: The Vivaz Symbian smartphone, ups the game with its 8.1-megapixel camera that can also record high-definition videos. The camera even comes with image stabilisation normally found on dedicated digital cameras. The phone has 3.2inch touchscreen and is really light, at 97g
Which one do you like? please vote for it!!