3G mobile phones: The best of the best

We take a look at the 10 best 3G phones on the market

Sony Ericsson W760i

RRP: $799

The first Walkman handset to be exclusively available on Telstra’s Next G network, the W760i is a combination of a smooth design and excellent build quality. Built in-GPS, good multimedia abilities and a great interface all combine to make the W760i an excellent all-rounder.

LG KF700

RRP: $699

LG is leading the charge against the iPhone with its Touch series, headed by the HSDPA-capable KF700. This sleek and stylish slider offers the convenience of a finger-operated interface, but also gives users a slide-out keypad and shortcut dial. HSDPA connectivity, a touch-screen Web browser and Bluetooth with the A2DP profile prove that this handset isn’t just about looks.

Sony Ericsson C902

RRP: $899

An impressive mix of imaging and phone functions, Sony Ericsson’s C902 sports a 5-megapixel camera with face-detection technology, autofocus and flash. This stylish candybar handset is also HSDPA-capable. It's also just 11mm thick! The large display works well with the phone's camera.

Samsung G800

RRP: $799

The first mobile phone with a camera that features optical zoom, Samsung’s G800 represents a huge step forward for the camera phone market. In addition to its imaging capabilities, this chunky beast is HSDPA-capable. The camera produces reasonable images and has a host of options, including red eye reduction, a self-timer, face detection and an anti-shake feature.

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