3 Best Smartphones In The Market

Apple iPhone 4, HTC Desire, BlackBerry Torch 9800 (sizes not correct for comparing)

Smartphones are more than phones that you can not only make calls, but also use them to read and send emails, browse websites, use as personal organizers with to-do list and calendars, electronic books, automatic reminders and alarms, meetings and memos, business tools and digital cameras, GPS navigators and much more. 2010 has been more of a revolution with the introduction of several models of mobile phones, and the top three best brands that have been chosen for this year are Apple iPhone 4, HTC Desire smartphone and BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone.

Apple iPhone 4

iPhone 4 has been the hottest of the century, with Apple being the perfect phone like any other phone, expect for the camera, weighing only 4.8 ounces, with a very good battery standing good enough for 40 hours of music playback to 300hours of standby, having a 3.5” 960 × 640 pixel resolution. This phone has more than 250, 000 apps with an enhanced 5 megapixel camera and a HD 720p video recording quality, which is really an amazing resolution for a phone. This iPhone runs on iOS 4.1 with 16 or 32 GB storage memory capacity.

HTC Desire

HTC has been the next choicest phone, of which, HTC Desire and HTC Legend has been the most impressive device. The phone has stylish and sleek design with sophisticated features that users will require.

This touch screen phone comes with an awesome 3.7” display and a fantastic 5 MP camera that has both autofocus and flash facility, with the phone running on AMOLED display and the OD being Android 2.1. However, the battery has much shorter life of not more than 6 hours. The phone has expandable memory of 8 GB up to 32 GB, supported by a micro SD card slots and has nearly 100, 000 apps. Overall, the phone weighs not more than 4.4 ounces.

BlackBerry Torch 9800

BlackBerry brand is very popular for the QWERTY keyboard, that the model is still elegant, sleek and light for the keyboard and the features it carries with. The phone supports GPRS/ EDGE, Wi-Fi, GPS sat navigation and Bluetooth and is great for business people. The phone does not weigh more than 5.68 ounces and the battery stands charged for nearly up to 30 hours. The phone runs on BlackBerry 6 OS and supports VGA 640 × 480 video recording quality with a 5 mp camera and has more than 5, 000 apps.

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  4. Hey thanks for the write up. As a blogger, I love reading about technology. I have an iPhone 4 and I gotta say I love it. I can even blog from it.

  5. My favorite iphone is Apple iphone. It is well known and widely famous iphone. After Apple iphone, I like Blackberry with easy keypads.

  6. I always enjoy smart phone reviews. I’m curious, where would you rank the Android if you continued with this list? Would it make your top 10? I currently own one and I’m pretty satisfied with everything except the battery life. If you plan on using the navigation you better also plan on having a way to charge it throughout the day.

  7. high end htc phones like HTC desire is not available in india so im out of choice . I have only samsung galaxy to choose from …

  8. I’m not really a fan of mac, but with smart phones, my heart desires iphone4. not just because it’s popular, what I like most about it is its slick design as well as the power of its features (particularly with apps).

  9. I think i would not tell my friends to use iphone, because i dont like the fact there is no java—> and a lot of really cool and new sites are using javascript :p

    • Hi Phil. Well, java and javascript are NOT the same. The iPhone DOES support javascript, it’s built-in to the browser and it’s rather fast. I don’t really see much use for java on a mobile browser, I have to admit. Some will have a need for it but I believe that most would never *really* need java on their mobile.

  10. I am a fan of Apple because my first iphone was from Apple company and it is very easy to use. I will buy this new iphone 4 to my beloved. Thanks Apple for giving such a nice updates and also to you. Nice blog it is and from now onwords i am regular visitor of your blog.

    • Hi Milind – just in case you didn’t know, but Apple is the *only* company making the iPhone, so of course your first iPhone was from Apple 🙂

  11. According to me, all the 3 models are fantastic and cool. I used Blackberry early and now I want to buy apple iphone. Here you mentioned some basic information of apple iphone but I am little bit confused in which iphone is easy in use. Please help me out as soon as possible.

  12. What WiMo smartphones come with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, built-in WiFi & GPS, and good talk time (battery)?

  13. Nice post on this simple comparison for these 3 smartphones. Well, in my country HTC Desire is not that famous nowadays. The users are going for Samsung Galaxy S now which they said it is as good as iphone 4. However, I still like my iPhone 3GS.

  14. I think even when other phones can do the same thinks as iPhone the iPhone has a loot more apps you can use and have fun 🙂

  15. I thought the Android from Verizon was going to be on the list for sure. Maybe I will wait until the iPhone comes to the network before making a final decision.

  16. I keep flip flopping between the iPhone 3Gs and the old Blackberry Curve.

    There’s really no comparison between the two but the Curve has the following that the iPhone doesn’t which keeps preventing it from going in the garbage:

    1) Ultra reliable phone (they are phones, remember?)
    2) Super loud speaker phone
    3) real-time push email that works with nearly any signal
    4) PIN messaging that shows delivered and read status
    5) Blackberry Messenger that shows delivered and read status
    6) Battery life that no other phone can touch, period.
    6.5) It’s small, light and indestructible
    6.75) Full super kick ass QWERTY Keyboard that you can FLY on
    7) Lots of super fast (but not sexy) keyboard shortcuts which makes communicating in real time on the fly very doable

    The Curve also has these, but they are much better on the iPhone:

    7) Fast GPS acquisition times and a cludgy but very usable Gmaps implementation
    8) What I call emergency mode web browsing, if you know what I mean..

    I want to try the Curve 3G but it’s still way expensive for what it offers.

    Some day I’ll come full steam into the future.

  17. How did this story end?

    I went to the iPhone 4, gave the 3Gs to my son, and will not be looking back to the Blackberry Curve.

    The 4 is VERY good.

    • The most important is that you’re happy with your choice and didn’t make it based on the decision that “everybody says Android is best” or “everybody says iPhone is best”, cause as you know, people will defend their choice of smartphone as if it was a matter of life and death 🙂

      I’m also very satisfied with my iPhone 4.

      • Klaus,

        True, good point.

        I never run with the crowd, unless the crowd is right!

        I studied the androids, read lots of forums and blogs, played with the phones in the AT&T store many many times (they have live phones in the one closest to me), and asked a lot of people lots of questions.

        My summary is that Android running on all this different hardware is roughly analogous to windows running on all the different hardware. And we all know how that goes.

        Also, add to that the mix with the different carriers (ATT, Verizon, Tmob, etc) each adding their own layer on top of android and each deciding which version of the OS will run on each phone and you have a giant CLUSTER NIGHTMARE.

        The iPhone may be a little restrictive for some, but it does what it does near perfectly and very elegantly and that’s good enough for me for now.

  18. Management wants to block JUST smartphones (in general – iphones, blackberries, etc) from our public wireless (to keep employees from using their phones to browse the net at work or whatever on the public WLAN).


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