Here is the list of top 20 best mobile phone in the world.  Do you own one of this phones?  Below are the list of the most popular phones and a video preview for each phones. Choose what’s the best phone for you!

1. Samsung Galaxy S2- Be it internet browsing, navigation, media, or social networking- the Samsung Galaxy S2 is our pick of the bunch for all those functions in one phone.

2.  iPhone 4S- It’s one of the most expensive phones on the market, so have a think whether you really want the latest features, as the iPhone 4 and 3GS are cheaper alternatives… but make no mistake, this is another cracking smartphone from Apple, and while many will be undoubtedly upset it’s not number one, if you’re an Apple fan then this is your number one phone.

3. HTC Sensation- The HTC Desire was the phone that showed the world what HTC could do, and the Sensation is a big step change once more. The dual-core power really shows, and the HTC Watch service is one to, well, watch as bringing movie downloads to a phone on the go could be the next big thing.

4. Sony Ericsson Arc S- From the beautiful Reality Display with Bravia Engine to the powerful-yet-simple 8.1MP camera with Exmor R technology, this is one of the phones that people actually want to hold and play with when you show it off – plus it now boasts a 3D panorama mode, although you have to hook it up to a compatible big screen TV to view.

5.  Desire S- The Desire S has surprised us all with its popularity – decent price drops already have seen it become a valuable proposition and place it as a good HTC alternative to the dual-core power of the HTC Sensation.

6. Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray- Sony Ericsson has had something of a smartphone reboot in 2011, with the likes of Xperia Arc and Xperia Mini proving big hits.

 7.  BlackBerry Bold 9900- The Bold 9900 is the best BlackBerry ever created, with a solid chassis, easy to use keys, a superbly hi-res screen and touch capabilities too.

8.  HTC Incredible S- HTC’s ability to make large-screened phones on Android is seemingly never ending, with more emerging from the woodwork every week.

9. Orange Monte Carlo-The Orange San Fransisco down as our favourite budget handset for ages now, but it’s time in the sun has finally come to an end with the announcement of the Orange Monte Carlo made by ZTE.

10. BlackBerry Curve 9360-  The new Curve takes things to another level though, with the new handset offering a superbly sleek chassis, a well-designed keyboard and next-generation functionality thanks to the inclusion of NFC to connect up to other BlackBerry devices, as well as letting you pay for goods on the go.

11. Iphone 4-  The iPhone 4 was the most impressive iPhone ever when launched, and a big step up from the iPhone 3GS. The iPhone 4’s 960×640 Retina Display was a revelation when it was launched in 2010. It’s got 326 pixels per inch, and we’re talking tiny pixels, only 78 micrometers wide.

12. Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini / Mini Pro- Sony Ericsson managed something of an underground hit with the original Xperia X10 Mini range, and has predictably brought the line-up back with a powerful refresh.

13. Google Nexus S- The first Android 2.3 phone to land on the market was also one of the first with NFC capabilities and a curved chassis with Super AMOLED screen from Samsung.

14. HTC ChaCha- The HTC ChaCha, with a highly-usable keyboard and a dedicated Facebook key for publishing whatever it is you’re doing to the social network.

15.  HTC Wildfire S- The HTC Wildfire S might only be an evolution of the popular Wildfire, but it’s proven to be an attractive handset in its own right.

16.  Motorola Atrix- Dual core phones are the flavour of 2011 and the Motorola Atrix was one of the first.

17. INQ Cloud Touch- The INQ Cloud Touch is all about social networking, thanks to a deeper than ever integration with the Facebook application. It allows users to simply see their favourite people’s updates, check in at locations quickly and fire off new statuses without entering a new app.

18. LG Optimus 3D- The LG Optimus 3D has many features including a stunning 4.3-inch 3D LCD screen, create, view and share 3D multimedia, dual 5-megapixel camera for recording 3D video, 8GB memory built in, Android operating system, HDMI output and many applications.

19. Samsung Galaxy Ace- The Samsung Galaxy Ace is the little brother to the powerful Samsung Galaxy S in many ways.

20. Samsung Galaxy S The Samsung Galaxy S is everything that’s good about the Wave, but with Android power to back it up. The Super AMOLED screen is awe-inspiring, and the 1GHz Hummingbird processor means the phone never misses a beat, even though it’s not dual core.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: TechRadar and Youtube (PhoneArena.com)

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