Top Vodafone mobiles (contract)

The best mobile phones available on a Vodafone contract

If you're looking for a new mobile phone and want to opt for a Vodafone deal, we've rounded up the best mobile phones available. Whether its Vodafone exclusives like the Desire HD and the HTC 7 Trophy, or popular handsets like the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S, there is plenty of choice if you're looking for a contract deal.

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RIM BlackBerry Pearl 3G

We were impressed that RIM's BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 offers the same capabilities and functions found on more expensive BlackBerry smartphones. The trade off comes in the form of a smaller, pocketable form factor, resulting in a cramped keyboard, small display and flimsy build quality.

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  • 31st May, 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • RIM
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  • Pros:
  • Fast to navigate, same capabilities as more expensive BlackBerry handsets, impressive specifications, SureType software is excellent, unbeatable e-mail service, optical trackpad
  • Cons:
  • Less sturdy than RIM's Curve and Bold series, glossy keyboard is slippery and keys are cramped, small display, awkwardly mounted media controls

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