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Top 5 Cell Phones

You carry your phone almost everywhere, so it's important that you find the model that's right for you and one that works with your carrier. Fortunately, 4Videosoft is here to help. We've chosen five handsets that we think are the top cell phones right now.
<strong>No.1 Apple iPhone 3GS </strong>

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The iPhone 3GS doesn't make the same grand leap that the iPhone 3G made from the first-generation model, but the latest Apple handset is still a compelling upgrade for some users. Apple iPhone 3GS adds common cell phone features like multimedia messaging, video recording, and voice dialing. The fantastic videos can be appreciated and shared through the third party <a href="http://www.4videosoft.com/iphone-transfer.html">iPhone Transfer</a>. It runs faster; its promised battery life is longer; and the multimedia quality continues to shine. The iPhone 3GS is faster and we appreciate the new features and extended battery life, but call quality and 3G reception still need improvement.
<strong>Price range: $299.00 - $299.99</strong>

<strong>No.2 HTC Nexus One by Google</strong>
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Don't let the standard candy bar design fool you: the Nexus One brings welcome new offerings to the Android table. The Snapdragon processor is undeniably zippy, the AMOLED display is gorgeous, and we welcome both the enhanced voice dialing capabilities and the noise cancellation feature. Well, the <a href="http://www.4videosoft.com/video-converter-for-nexus-one.html">Nexus One Video Converter</a> is the top one in hand to help you with format .What's more, the Android 2.1 interface enhancements show that Android continues to improve as it evolves. It's not the greatest Android phone around--that's a difficult call to make in such a diverse and crowded field--but it adds to an already rich family.
<strong>Price range: $529.00</strong>



<strong>No.3 Motorola Droid</strong>

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The Droid's display is gorgeous, the Android 2.0 updates are excellent, and the handset is lightning fast, particularly for an Android phone. We'll refrain from using the dreaded "iPhone killer" expression, but comparisons between the two devices are obvious, and we see the Droid as a real competitor to Apple's device. Sure, we had some complaints, but for Verizon's first pass at Android, the Droid more than delivers.
<strong>Price range: $199.99 - $599.99</strong>
 


<strong>No.4 Palm Pre Plus</strong>
<img src="http://i4.photoblog.com/photos/154886-1269501803-1.jpg"> The Palm Pre Plus earns its place as the top Web OS device, improving on the Pre with a better design and performance, and upgraded features. Venison customers looking for a versatile smart phone to balance their personal and work lives will be well-served by the Pre Plus.
<strong>Price range: $79.99</strong>



<strong>No.5 RIM Blackberry Bold 9700</strong> <img src="http://i4.photoblog.com/photos/154886-1269501803-0.jpg">
 
While the Web browser needs work, we would absolutely recommend the RIM Blackberry Bold 9700. It features a sleeker design and more power than its predecessor, making it a powerful messaging smart phone that will appeal to consumers and mobile professionals alike.
<strong>Price:$129.99</strong>




 

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