Motorola Milestone – Also known as the famous Droid in the USA, it has a fast processor and is a really stable and good platform. Also comes with built in support for exchange and a slide out keyboard to help make the transition from your blackberry to Android seamless.

HTC Desire – HTC’s flagship device now comes equipped with the latest Android 2.2 and is a veritable superphone. With a great SLCD/AMOLED screen and a super fast 1GHz Snapdragon processor the phone looks great and is really snappy and responsive. HTC’s Sense Custom user interface on top of Android adds some great features such as App Sharing via Twitter, email and facebook as well as upgraded sync to itunes and 720p HD Video recording.

HTC Wildfire – Matching the same specs as HTC Hero, it is the smallest and thinnest phone in the HTC Android range. It comes standard with a slightly smaller capacitive screen than the other handsets but still has all the main apps present on its market. Its real strength is in the small size of the phone- and its pure pocketable power.

Google Nexus One – Google worked closely with HTC to make this Android reference Handset. Similar in looks to the HTC Desire but sports the standard Android 2.2 interface. Because this is a Google reference design, it is most likely to get the latest versions of Android first. In addition it also has a dock connector, and noise cancelling microphone at the back to improve call quality.

Samsung Galaxy S – This is the latest and greatest from the Samsung crowd, which has the largest (4inch) screen and uses the latest in Samsung’s SUPER AMOLED screen technology. Like the other phones it also sports a fast processor but is also able to act as a media sharing device to your telly via DLNA.

HTC Legend / HTC Hero – These are smaller form factor phones and give you access to the market and apps and also aren’t quite as pricey as the other handsets. The Legend is the latest version of the HTC Hero and has a better screen and processor, but both phones will more than fit your needs.