Brighthand.com released the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8530 as the most popular smartphone on the market before February 2010. This handset line has been classified as # 1 on the basis of Consumer Assembly. The model offers a redesigned look, including Wi-Fi connection, QVGA display on the QWERTY keypad, and focuses on multimedia except audio and video players.
Some recommended criteria for the rating of smartphones are the coverage cards, powerful Wi-Fi, presence of QWERTY keyboard and information management device. Top ten smartphones are:
# 2 – Nokia N900: This phone line utilizes a new version of the brand Linux-based OS called Maemo 5. This slider version combines a large WVGA touchscreen with landscape-based keypad. Unlike other models, this smartphone has HSPA 3G and includes Wi-Fi connection and Bluetooth.
# 3 – Nokia E63: This tablet-shaped Symbian S60 device is cheap and features QWERTY buttons in front and a 2.4-inch display. In addition, it also includes features for business users. You can use the E63 model with AT & T or T-Mobile.
# 4 – HTC HD2: This high-end Windows phone includes 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive Touchscreen, along with 1 GHz Snapdragon processor. The latest version of HTC interface is integrated with MS Windows Mobile 6.5 Pro for the custom user profile. This smartphone includes 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS and microSD card.
# 5 – Samsung Moment – This device runs Google's Google operating system and is only available on Sprint. While it has a keypad, 3G, Wi-Fi, 5 mega pixel camera, the requirement for fame is its beautiful AM-OLED display. This device ensures that no delays, crashes or annoying symptoms are present.
# 6 – Motorola Droid: The new Android OS device that runs the updated version of the Google operating system is slid with the landscape-powered QWERTY keypad with high-quality mirror. This device has 16GB memory, GPS receiver and 5 mega pixel camera.
# 7 – RIM BlackBerry Storm 9530: This is the first BlackBerry handset line, with touch screen and without built-in keypad. It provides EV-DO and HSDPA.
# 8 – Sony Ericsson Xperia X10: This device runs Android's operating system on a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and features advanced features including 4-inch WVGA + capacitive touchscreen and 8.1 MPx auto focus camera.
# 9 – Motorola Backflip: An upcoming smartphone, running Android OS, features a flip-around keypad, a 3.1-inch HVGA display and touch screen. It will be the first model of AT & T that would use Google OS and include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 5MPx camera.
# 10 – RIM BlackBerry Bold 9000: This category offers a half VGA display, QWERTY keypad, and powerful support for scanning and editing MSOffice documents.
Source by Rachel P. Daniel