1. The C905 is the only camera phone we've ever felt deserved the name. Its 8.1-megapixel camera features autofocus, a xenon flash, image stabilization, instant Web uploads, a sliding lens cover, and face-detection technology. We printed eight-by-tens that compared favorably with prints from a beginner DSLR. There's even a burst modea seven-image series that ensures blink-free shots.
2. While it stands out as a camera and a phoneit got the best reception of the bunchthe C905 is also a multimedia wonder, with built-in Web browsing, digital-audio playback, FM radio, and video recording. A Wi-Fi-assisted GPS provides navigation and geotags photos. Bonus: The unit interfaces with Sony's PlayStation 3, which lets you browse photos and video and view them in full resolution.
3. Touchscreens are cool, but they can slow you down. Thankfully, function beats out form here, with a tried-and-true slider design featuring a large keypad and a simple, easily navigated interface that keeps menu scrolling to a minimumgreat for anyone on the move. And with quad-band calling on top of the multifunctionality, the C905 is a true go-anywhere, do-anything unit. $200 sonyericsson.com