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Diamond (HTC)
Diamond (HTC)
Price: $700 (without a contract)

The 2.8-inch touchscreen is much smaller than the iPhone's 3.5-inch display. Luckily, it makes up for what it lacks on the front in the back, where HTC has added "diamond" contouring. Other than innovative design, this sleek phone also comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera (iPhone: 2 megapixels) and runs on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.1.

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