There is a virtual deluge of mobile phones and smartphones pouring in from all sides this season. It is really very, very difficult to identify one or even a few out of them as the best mobile phones out of the lot. Even otherwise, the idea of what should constitute best mobile phones is a relative concept and will most certainly differ from person to person.
You may find it difficult to believe that even in this era of 3G smartphones with all their fancy technological gimmickry, there are many users who are contend using a simple enough mobile phone device that just serves the basic functions it is meant for – calling and receiving calls.
There are still more who not particularly keen on using a touch sensitive smartphone and would rather stick with a broadband enabled Blackberry smartphone with its iconic full QWERTY key board.
Then, you have the sumptuously built with premium curvy designs and attractive form factor smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Samsung Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note in particularly breaks the ceiling with its 5.3 inches touchscreen that also has a S Pen.
Of course, you simply cannot ignore the Apple iPhone 4S when you are only talking about best mobile phones. Can you?
HTC, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG and even Nokia are not at all far behind and have loaded the UK mobile phone market place with enough choices of fancy devices that form some of the finest multimedia smartphones you can imagine.
For instance, be it the HTC Sensation XL, or the HTC Titan or the HTC Evo 3D as well as the Sony Xperia S are all liberally infused richly with features mobile phones that will easily and readily find their way into any list of best mobile phones in the UK.
You can also count in the Lumia series of smartphone handsets from Nokia – Nokia Lumia 710 and the Nokia Lumia 800 her as well. Motorola and LG have their share of contributions in the Motorola Defy Plus and the LG Prada 3.0.
You have plenty to choose from when it comes to best mobile phones today in the market place.