Apple iPhone 'defining handset of the decade'
29 December 2009 — 11:39 AM
Those looking to upgrade and get money for their mobile may want to consider the Apple iPhone which has been listed among the defining phones of the decade.
First launched in 2007, newer versions of the handset could tempt those considering parting ways with their used phones.
Also listed is the Research In Motion range from BlackBerry with its qwerty keyboard simplifying the transition between home and office life, the techradar report suggests.
Nokia's N95 makes the list due to its innovation of a simple to use phone complete the gadgets that new technology allows.
The onset of Android technology was led by the T-Mobile G1 Dream 100 which could be the first indication of the future of mobile phone advancements moving in to the next decade.
It has recently been reported that the Apple iPhone 4 looks set to include a five mega pixel camera.
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