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Nokia 5700 XpressMusic, price subject to contract and network

Best for… Music

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This stylish phone’s capacity for 1,500 tracks is a match for many MP3 players. The smart design means you twist the base to the left for the 2-megapixel camera or rotate it 180° to the right for the music mode. You can also view videos on the widescreen display and blast your music bad-boy on the loud speakers.
 
Stockists: nokia.com (opens in new tab)


Samsung G600, price subject to contract and network

Best for… Photos

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The Samsung G600 ‘slim slider’ has an impressive 5-megapixel camera yet, at 15mm thick, it won’t make much of a bulge in your pocket. It also has a screen with 16 million colours, a built-in Power LED flash and a MP3 music player with FM radio and expandable memory. Oh, and you can make phone calls on it too.
 
Stockists: samsungmobile.co.uk (opens in new tab)


BlackBerry 8300 Curve, price subject to contract and network

Best for… Workaholics

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For those who can’t leave their work at the office (or are hooked on Facebook), the BlackBerry 8300 Curve has a full-screen internet browser, built-in messaging and a versatile organiser that will synchronise with your PC. Its liquid-silver finish with chrome accents and rounded edges make it look pretty stylish too.
 
Stockists: 0800 925925, carphonewarehouse.com (opens in new tab)


Sony Ericsson W580i, £219.99

Best for… Runners

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The slimmer of the year award goes to Ericsson’s latest, a 14mm sliding Walkman phone. It includes a personal trainer program that monitors your running speed, distance, time and performance. There’s also a complete music kit, with 512MB of memory and a built-in FM radio, and a 2-megapixel digital camera with a 4x zoom.
 
Stockists: sony-ericsson.co.uk (opens in new tab)


Porsche P9521, £815

Best for… Style

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Hewed out of a solid aluminium block, the Porsche P9521 isn’t just stunning to look at but it’s also rammed with state-of-the-art technology. It has a double hinge that enables its mineral glass screen to rotate through 180° and be transformed into a 3.2-megapixel camera. It also has a fingerprint reader for secure access and you can assign different fingers to different speed dial numbers. All you need now is the car to match.
 
Stockists: porsche-design.com (opens in new tab)

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