Holiday gift guide: Best mobile phones for Christmas

The best mobile phones and smartphones this Christmas season, from the Apple iPhone to the Samsung Galaxy S.

The 2010 Christmas season has already arrived, and it is a great time to buy a new phone for a loved one (or yourself!) Apple's iPhone is the dominant player in the mobile phone market, but you can also choose from a great range of Android smartphones from companies like Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and LG. Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 platform also offers plenty to get excited about. We round-up the best mobile phones on the market this Christmas.

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Motorola Milestone 2

The Motorola Milestone 2 is a very similar smartphone to its predecessor. However, the Milestone 2's improved keyboard, HD video recording and faster processor are all welcome improvements and make it well worth considering if you're after an Android smartphone with a physical keyboard.

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  • 10th Nov., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Motorola
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  • Pros:
  • Great keyboard, industrial style design is well built, smooth slider, excellent display, latest version of Android
  • Cons:
  • Touch-sensitive menu keys, feels a little slower than alternative Android handsets, design won't suit all tastes
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