1. Motorola Milestone
Motorola has been enormously quiet in Australia over the last few years but i’m hoping it comes to market with the high point, which is similar to the Droid that Motorola launched in the US.It runs Android 2.0 and has iPhone-like multitouch support, with users able to pinch the 3.7-inch screen to zoom on web pages, maps and photos. The phones comes with Motorola’s one-by-one GPS navigation software, MOTONAV, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a 5-megapixel camera.
3G Slide has a 3.4 inch display, side slide out QWERTY keyboard, 5 megapixel camera, 600 MHz processor, and Swype touch keyboard. The new Android features include the Faves Gallery, myModes, and Genius button. Modes is a cool way where your device can be setup to automatically change the customization of the HTC Sense interface based on time and position so you can have it switch from business to personal mode after the workday ends.
3. Nokia N8
The N8 is also the 1st Symbian^3 powered device. While the user interface doesn’t look much different than what we see in S60 and Maemo, It does have improvements that will probably appeal to Nokia and Symbian fans about the world and may even bring in some new fans.
Specifications include 5-band 3G data support, anodized aluminum casing in five colors, 3.5 inch 640×360 pixels resolution OLED display, 720p video recording capability, 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, internal 16GB memory with support for microSD expansion cards, HDMI port, USB , FM transmitter, 680 MHz processor, and USB On-the-Go so you can plug in USB devices to use them without a PC.
4. Apple iPhone 3GS
The iPhone 3GS provides great video recording with its 3MP camera as well as editing features and allows you to shoot video in any way you please. The camera allows you to record 640 x 480 videos at 30 frames / second, which is almost DVD quality. Trimming options allow you to remove any unnecessary footage and with just a click away you can simply share these videos on YouTube. When emailing videos, the iPhone 3GS increases compression and shrinks videos’ dimensions to 480 x 360 to get the bitrate of 800 kb/sec. The quality of the resulting videos drop down but it is adequate for the casual users and comparable to most videos created with cell phones.
5. HTC Droid Incredible
Specifications of the HTC Droid Incredible include a 3.7 inch 480×800 WVGA AMOLED display, 8 megapixel camera, Android 2.1 with HTC Sense 2.5, 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, and 8GB internal memory or support for microSD expansion cards. The Incredible feels great in your hand with its exclusive back design and spongy touch outer shell materiaz.