Best mobile phones

Here's our pick of the finest smartphone all-rounders

From the Apple iPhone 4, to the best HTC, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung and LG, find the best smartphone for you with T3's constantly updated guide to the UK's best mobile phones

1. Apple iPhone 4
16GB: £499 (32GB: £599),

Performance: Fast, slick, durable and with an improved five-megapixel camera with 720p video capture, the iPhone 4 regains the smartphone crown
Love: Fantasically sexy design. Slick iOS 4. Fast operation with multitasking. App folders
Hate: That antenna issue, although not terminal, really isn’t acceptable. Not all apps are updated for multitasking yet

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2. Samsung Galaxy S 2

Love: Dualcore procesor. Really exceptional AMOLED screen. Android 2.3. Great camera
Hate: Slightly disappointing build

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3. HTC Sensation


Performance: Top of the HTC pile, with the latest Gingerbread OS and HTC Sense 3.0 for a buttery smooth user experience
Love: Solid, attractive build. Dual-core though non-Tegra - processor. Android 2.3
Hate: The screen can't match the iPhone 4 or Samsung Galaxy S II. No HDMI support

T3 Star rating: 5/5

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4. Motorola Atrix
free from £40 per month on Orange,

Performance: Extremely powerful dualcore mobile/laptop/alarm clock

Love: Incredible versatility, once docks are added. Citrix compatibility for PowerPoint and Word is great for businesses
Hate: Expensive if you add the docks. Relatively poor camera

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5. Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

Love: Ace 4.2-inch screen. Eight-meg cam and 1GHz processor. Android 2.3
Hate: Solid but plasticky build

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