Best phones for video recording

We round up the best mobile phones for video recording

Today's mobile phones are a great example of the benefits of a converged device, offering features like the ability to browse the Internet, edit documents and watch multimedia content. Many current smartphones are also capable of recording high quality video, sometimes even high-definition video. Some of these devices are so advanced that they make inexpensive, compact video cameras like the Cisco Flip MinoHD seem almost obsolete.

We've round up the best mobile phones for video recording.

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Motorola Defy

Motorola deserves plenty of credit for producing an Android smartphone that's rugged but still has an attractive design. The Motorola Defy may not be the fastest Android smartphone on the market, but we recommend it for active users; it is also excellent value for money.

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  • 6th Dec., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Motorola
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  • Pros:
  • Dust, water and scratch resistant
  • Lightweight and attractive design
  • Swype text-entry
  • Cons:
  • Text is a little small
  • Display feels sticky
  • Touch-sensitive menu keys
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