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Best Touch Cell Phones - Top Touch Screen Mobile Phones

Updated on July 3, 2011

Cell phones are always changing, evolving, morphing into whatever the medium is demanding of them. A couple years ago the craze was having a cell phone that had a QWERTY keyboard; a few years before that it was mobile phones that were all flip phones; and a few years before that, well, is having any kind of cell phone at all.

The point is is that cell phones have been one of the fastest growing pieces of technology on the planet. The reason why is simple: demand. People want cell phones - some may even say that they need cell phones. The demand is so high that every year new cell phones are released, ones that are usually more powerful and just plain better.

This trend has continued in 2010 (and beyond) with the release of many new touch screen cell phones. The best touch phone 2010 is also one of the best phones of all time; this is same with many of the best touch phones on the market - high quality all around.

One of the best aspects of the best touch phones is that many are cheap. Cheap touch cell phones are surprisingly easy to come by (the technology has evolved enough that isn't very expensive to make) and many of them are top touch screen cell phones.

Whether it's a Sony Ericsson touch screen phone, one of many cheap touch screen phones, or just the best touch phone of 2010 - well - it doesn't matter. It'll be a high quality phone either way.



iPhone 4

One of the best touch cell phones of 2010 - and of all time- is without a doubt the iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 has catapulted itself into the cell phone market stratosphere; if you don't have one then you probably want one. It's touch screen as revolutionized the business making it one of the best touch phones on the market.

Why is such a good touch screen phone? Because the entire phone is touch screen. Most top touch screen cell phones have a mix of a touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard - but not the iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 is just one big screen. Touch to call; touch to play; touch to do anything (sounds a little creepy).

The only downside with the iPhone 4 is that it is not one of the cheap touch screen phones. With the iPhone 4 you're paying for quality - and I mean quality - so in many ways it's worth it. With it's sleek design, powerful network, and wonderful touch screen it's a phone that is, you could say, the king of all phones.


The BlackBerry torch is one of the best touch phones.
The BlackBerry torch is one of the best touch phones. | Source

BlackBerry Torch

The BlackBerry has long been known as a phone that is the opposite of touch. Instead of a touch screen most BlackBerry's have a full keyboard, one that can be easily used to make emails, text message and even write documents.

All that changed with the BlackBerry Torch.

The BlackBerry Torch is one of the best touch screen cell phones of 2010, and one of the top touch screen phones of all time. It's such a good phone because it's very innovative and very loyal; by loyal I mean it's very respective of its consumerist, attentive even. At first it looks like the iPhone 4 with one big touch screen; this alone would make it one of the best touch phones.

But it goes further.

With a simple slide you can pull down a QWERTY keyboard. This is a excellent choice by BlackBerry. It allows browsing and other recreational tasks to be done by the touch screen and then - when something business related is needed - you can slide down the keyboard and quickly write a message.

It's one of the best touch screen mobile phones because of this; you don't even need to use the keyboard if you don't want to, making it an extra to use only when needed.


One of the best touch phones on the market.
One of the best touch phones on the market. | Source

Sony Ericsson Satio

The Sony Ericsson Satio is one of the best touch cell phones and is the best Sony Ericsson touch screen phone.


Check out the features and you'll know why:

  • Windows 7 Compatible.
  • Touch UI interface; this is one of the fastest touch screens ever.
  • PlayNow movies - have up to 60 movies ready to go.
  • GPS
  • Web Browsing 2.0 - blogs, HubPages, everything.
  • Flash on camera
  • Easily transfer data from old phones onto this excellent touch screen cell phone.
  • HD Screen
  • 68 MB Phone Memory

As you can see this one of the best touch screen cell phones of 2010. Furthermore it's also very affordable making it one of the cheap touch cell phones on the market.


This touch screen cell phone is my choice for best touch cell phone 2010.
This touch screen cell phone is my choice for best touch cell phone 2010. | Source


The HTC HD7 is my personal favorite and my choice as the best touch phone of 2010. It's also, in my opinion, one of the best touch screen mobile phones to ever grace the market.

The HTC HD7 from T-Mobile is the first windows 7 cell phone. It has a 4.3 inch display and a 1GHz processor, giving it one of the best, and most vivid, touch screens ever. And if that isn't enough to make it one of the top touch screen cell phones, it also has a 5 Megapixel camera that takes HD photos (with flash).

Windows 7 cell phones are like the anti-iPhone. They go for a design, and a touch screen, that is meant to simplify the process. What I like about the HTC HD7, and why I think it's one of the best touch screen cell phones, is because it does this very fluidly. Easily tap into messaging, and then check your Facebook, in a matter of seconds; no more destractions with any unnecessary apps (I'm looking at you iPhone 4).

Although the HTC HD7 isn't the one of the cheapest touch screen phones, it's one of the best touch phones ever.



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      8 years ago

      All the time iPhone rocks and it's the best

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      mobile themes 

      8 years ago

      very useful information thanks...

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      8 years ago from Anaheim, California

      You didn't review an Android phone :( I think the OS of the Phone is just as important.


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