Hello Soulmate!

Hello Soulmate!

The market today is flooded with phones, most of them with specifications so similar that it is tough to choose one over the other. So we sifted through the vast array of smartphones out there to bring the best, the latest and the ones most suited to your business needs.

I need a phone that can withstand rough handling

Motorola Defy

What you pay: 18,990

More like this: The Nokia N8, 24,321, has a solid anodized aluminium shell and the uniquely Nokia ability to last decades

I travel a lot and need a reliable GPS

Nokia E7

What you pay:Rs29,999

More like this: If you’re okay with a left field choice, consider Videocon’s Ducati Mo-biking V6200, 8,499. It comes preloaded with MapMyIndia maps and GPS navigation.

I want long battery life

iPhone 4

What you pay: 35,500

More like this: Stay off the smartphone track if you want marathon battery life. If you must stay high end, consider the Samsung Nexus S, 26,990.

I need to be connected to my social networks

Samsung Galaxy S

What you pay:Rs31,500

More like this:The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, 32,000, offers a stunning form factor and Android version 2.3 “Gingerbread".

I want a phone that can encrypt my mails

BlackBerry Curve 9300

What you pay:Rs 17,500

More like this: If you want Enterprise-level encryption, stick to a BlackBerry. Else, be prepared to shell out upwards of 1,000 for similar apps on Android phones.

I like to get entertained while on the move

HTC Desire HD

What you pay:Rs 26,990

More like this: LG’s new Optimus 2X, 30,000, has a blazing-fast dual core processor, an HDMI port and 8 GB of internal storage plus SD card support.

I need to view and edit a lot of documents

DELL Venue Pro

What you pay:Rs 34,990

More like this:The BlackBerry Bold 9700, 25,000, has a fantastic keyboard and a pre-installed DataViz Docs To Go editing suite.

* All phone prices vary across cities, and from vendor to vendor .

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