01 Apple iPhone 4The king of smartphones is reborn, but does the fourth incarnation of the iPhone do enough to stop gadgeteers from signing up to the Android army?
The latest A-list Android smartie is here with a big AMOLED screen and HTC Sense. But can the Desire match the Nexus One?
02 HTC Desire
The Galaxy S takes the familiar iPhone format and tries to improve it with some eye-catching screen tech. But has it worked?
03 Samsung Galaxy S
The aluminium Legend is the successor to HTC's Hero and runs the latest version of Android. But does it live up to its name?
04 HTC Legend
The HD2 gives Windows Mobile a serious lick of paint and a capacitive touch screen. Should the iPhone be worried?
05 HTC Touch HD2
The ultra slimline Nokia E71 broke BlackBerry’s monopoly on mobile email. Can its successor continue its good work ?
06 Nokia E72
The BlackBerry Bold was one of the world’s finest messaging smartphones. But is its successor, the fitter, leaner looking 9700, a worthy successor?
07 BlackBerry Bold 9700
Sony Ericsson's first Android mobile is a headlong dive into the waters of Google's OS. But can it match Google's Nexus One?
08 Sony Ericsson Xperia X 10
It’s smarter than the average phone but has the Palm Pre got what it takes to topple the mighty iPhone 3G S?
09 Palm Pre
With an eye-grabbing screen, HD video and a catwalk-slim design, Samsung’s first Bada OS phone has the iPhone 4 in its sights