Sony Ericsson K800i
Looks a bit dull, but as with last year’s winner (the K750i) it packs in everything bar the kitchen sink, adds a good display, and does pretty well on the performance front.
Motorola KRZR K1
The N73 was a long way ahead of the other two in the email vote, and for good reasons: it’s an elegant, efficient, well-specified phone. The 6233 is a workhorse in the best Nokia tradition, a decent 3G replacement for the 6230/6230i that feature-wise is almost identical to the Nokia 6280. And if the KRZR had been around for a few months, it might have garnered more votes – not the perfect follow-up to the RAZR and maybe a bit of a missed opportunity, but not at all a bad phone.
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