November 25, 2009


I think that the BEST 5 CELL Phone on the Cnet, will helpfully to guide you to buy that match on you and also on the money of yours.

okay, After read this best 5 cell phone on the cnet, i have a little agree to the choise that pointed to the big 5. but i don't understand why the Nokia cell Phone did not included into this best 5 cell phone.

So, This is it said on the cnet:

1. Apple iPhone 3GS

The iPhone 3GS doesn't make the same grand leap that the iPhone 3G made from the first-generation model, but the latest Apple handset is still a compelling upgrade for some users. The iPhone 3GS is faster and we appreciate the new features and extended battery life, but call quality and 3G reception still need improvement.
Price:$299.00 - $299.99

2. HTC Droid Eris

The HTC Droid Eris is the second Verizon Wireless' Google Android phone after the Motorola Droid. Where the Droid was flashy and high-end, the Droid Eris offers a simpler, slimmer design that lacks a physical keyboard. You get the same Android features, but it all comes at bargain price.
Price:$99.99 - $99.99

3. Motorola Droid

The Droid's display is gorgeous, the Android 2.0 updates are excellent, and the handset is lightning fast, particularly for an Android phone. We'll refrain from using the dreaded "iPhone killer" expression, but comparisons between the two devices are obvious, and we see the Droid as a real competitor to Apple's device. Sure, we had some complaints, but for Verizon's first pass at Android, the Droid more than delivers.
Price:$199.99 - $599.99

4. RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700

While the Web browser needs work, we would absolutely recommend the RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700. It features a sleeker design and more power than its predecessor, making it a powerful messaging smartphone that will appeal to consumers and mobile professionals alike.
As Reviewed: $199.99

5. Samsung Instinct HD

The Instinct HD, aka the SPH-M850, is an upgrade and an improvement to the original Instinct. It offers a sleeker design, a brighter display, and more features. We're a bit ambivalent about the much-hyped "high-definition" support, but it remains a compelling multimedia phone that does a lot of things well. However, its price is a tad galling. At $249 with a two-year Sprint Everything plan and a $100 mail-in rebate, the Instinct HD will cost you more than many smartphones. Sure, the HD camera is nice, but we'd rather pay for real productivity than flashy multimedia.
Price:$249.99 - $649.99.-

Source: Cnet

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