A smartphone is cell phones that give you more advanced computing and connectivity than regular mobile phone in another way get rid of your laptop and get a smartphone.
Smartphones offers all what you need in your daily activities of your life whether that includes scheduling business meetings, tracking your family’s schedule, reading email, or surfing the web, plus you can use GPS system for navigation and map system.
The year 2010 is the year of the smartphones, take a break from your laptop! these productivity phones offer a lot more than the ability to make calls. Here are the top 10 best smartphones available today.
1. Apple 32GB iPhone 4
In comparison, the new iPhone with the previous iPhone 3Gs it has over 100 features in addition, with a completely new design, the iPhone 4 is considered by Jobs “world’s thinnest smartphone”.
Some of the top iPhone features include:
- A large 3.5″ touch LCD screen – 960×640
- 5.0 megapixel digital camera with flash
- 16 or 32GB of Storage
- Landscape Keyboard
- Stereo Bluetooth
- GPS Technology
- Spotlight Search
- Voice Memos
- Internet Tethering
- WiFi that automatically connects to the network
- iPhone 3G delivers UMTS, HSDPA, GSM, WiFi, EDGE, GPS, and Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR in one compact device — using only two antennas
- SMS / MMS Messaging
- Cut, Copy and Paste
- Get push email, calendar, and contacts with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
- Talk and Browse. At the same time iTunes Player Software
- OS X with support for Widgets, Google Maps, and Safari, and iTunes
- Talk Time – Up to 7 hours
- Standby time: Up to 300 hours
- Video playback: Up to 10 hours
- 16 hours in music model
2. HTC EVO 4G
HTC has struck gold again with the HTC EVO 4G, its packs powerful specs and a lot of features in a slick, stylish design.
Some of the top HTC Evo 4G features include:
- A large 4.3″ touch LCD screen – 480×800
- 8 megapixel camera capable of 720p HD video capture
- 1 GHz Snapdragon processor
- 4G integrated wireless radio that can be used to share the Internet via WiFi for up to 8 devices
- HDMI video output
- video calling capability
- Google Android 2.1 with HTC Sense.
3. Motorola Droid X
The follow-up to Motorola’s wildly popular Droid. Its specs outshine those on the other Droid phones available on the network, but it falters a bit when it comes to performance. Nonetheless, the Droid X is one of the top phones to debut this summer, on a par with both the HTC EVO 4G and the iPhone 4.
Some of the top Droid X features include:
- A large 4.3″ touch LCD screen – 854 x 480
- 8 megapixel camera high-definition video recorder
- 1 GHz processor
- 8GB of built-in memory plus a high-capacity microSD card slot for a potential 40 GB of storage
- HDMI jack
- Google Android 2.1.
4. HTC Droid Incredible
The Droid Incredible impresses with its speedy user interface, gorgeous AMOLED display and fun Sense user interface. Other than some minor design qualms, this smartphone truly lives up to its name.
Design-wise, the Droid Incredible appears fairly similar to the Nexus One, but it is essentially a CDMA version of the HTC Desire, which launched last February in Barcelona, Spain.
Some of the top HTC Droid Incredible features include:
- 3.7″ WVGA display AMOLED screen
- 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
- 8-megapixel camera
- Bluetooth 2.1, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and a 3.5mm headset jack
- 8GB of internal memory space
- 4G features
- Google Android 2.1
5. Google Nexus One
The well-known Internet giant, Google has officially announced the launch of its first own-brand smartphone “Google Phone”, named as Google Nexus One (built by HTC).
It lacks some valuable features–like multitouch and Outlook calendar syncing–that we’ve seen on competing models, and the Android keyboard can be difficult to use. That said, the Nexus One’s speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor definitely sets it apart from the Android pack in performance.
Some of the top Google Nexus One features include:
- 3.7-inch wide WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) AMOLED touchscreen
- Qualcomm QSD 8250 1GHz processor
- 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and geo-tagging
- Built-in 512MB of RAM and Flash ROM
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n connectivity
- Voice-enabled keyboard for any text field
- Pre-installed with suite of Google Mobile apps including Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk and Google Voice
- Micro SD memory card slot expandable to 32 GB
- Google Android 2.1 os
6. Motorola Droid
The first time you pick up the Motorola Droid ($200 with a two-year contract from Verizon; price as of 10/28/09), you’ll notice its solid feel and heft–there’s a lot going on behind the crisp, 3.7-inch touchscreen. Making good use of Android 2.0′s new features, the Droid is a powerful Web surfing and communications tool that has a chance of living up to its hype. The Droid’s biggest flaw, however, is in its hardware design: The keyboard is shallow and flat, which can make typing uncomfortable.
7. Apple 32GB iPhone 3GS
It would be easy to dismiss the Apple iPhone 3GS as an inconsequential hardware upgrade. But to do so would underestimate how much, collectively, the phone’s new features augment the iPhone experience. With the iPhone 3GS, Apple solidifies its leadership position in a crowded smartphone landscape.
8. BlackBerry Bold 9700
Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Bold 9700 ($200 with a two-year T-Mobile contract; price as of 11/4/09) is the finest BlackBerry to date, combining the best of the BlackBerry Tour 9630 and the BlackBerry Bold 9000 in a slim and refined package. People looking for a major update to the original Bold might be disappointed, but BlackBerry fans will appreciate the handset’s subtle design tweaks and upgrades.
9. Palm Pre Plus
The Palm Pre Plus ($150 with a two-year contract from Verizon; price as of 1/20/10) is really more of an update of the original Pre on Sprint than a completely new product. Even so, the subtle hardware tweaks combined with Verizon’s speedy network makes it an overall improvement from its predecessor. Some quirks remain, however, with the keyboard design and the sluggishness of the software.
10. Motorola Cliq
The Motorola Cliq ($200 with a two-year contract from T-Mobile) caught my attention because of its sleek design and its innovative MotoBlur overlay for Android. Overall, the new features lived up to my expectations, and I applaud Motorola for doing something different to separate itself from the Android pack. The Cliq isn’t perfect, however: Its camera disappoints, and it doesn’t ship with the latest version of Android.