It’s an often asked question by those looking to buy a new mobile – what is the best smartphone on the market?
There are many pretenders to the crown, and all of them are chasing the daddy of the crop: the Apple iPhone, among the most imitated devices of the 21st century. However, this excellent device does have competition, and in business terms must be hard pressed to match the prowess and capability that is bestowed upon the Blackberry range.
The Blackberry may not be the best smartphone, but as s business tool it remains practically unrivalled, and users swear by them and remain loyal without any question. It is also worth considering the Nokia N96, an excellent device that may be the best smartphone in some eyes, and perhaps comes closest to emulating the Blackberry ethic.
The T-Mobile G1, a collaboration with internet giant Google, is powered by a new and very versatile operating system and has made its mark on the market in style, but is it the best smartphones, or is it simply another contender in a close fought market?
The truth is that technology has allowed the mobile phone to morph into something fresh and new, and it may be that we have to wait for the market to settle down before we find out what the best smartphone really is.