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Mobile Video Calling: Five of the Best Phones

[This is a guest post from Conference Genie, a video conference-calling company based in Reading, UK]


Mobile video calling isn't a dead tech, and it isn't simply the wave of the future. It's the wave of now, and people throughout the business landscape and in their personal lives are taking advantage of this amazing capability. If you're considering the plunge into the world of mobile video calling, here's a look at the five best phones with which to do it.


Motorola DroidNokia E73Nokia E73
In terms of design, Nokia just gets it, and consistently releases some of the best-looking phones on the market. Better yet, the VGA camera on the front of this phone is perfect for both video calling and Skype. We've given the edge to the Galaxy, iPhone, and Evo, but the E73 may be the most immediately accessible when it launches. (Photo credit: http://i46.tinypic.com/21eyvww.jpg)


(Photo credit: http://www.fandroid.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/4526a8ce8bamoled.jpg.jpg)


iPhone 4
An increased level of competition has ignited a fierce level of innovation at Apple. The iPhone's video calling software, called FaceTime, is an open solution, and it is already technically superior to the other options. When you combine this with the iPhone's feature set, you have the perfect phone for those that place a premium on mobile video calling. The current limitation is that FaceTime only works between iPhones, and it's limited to Wi-Fi networks. (Photo credit: http://static.stuff.co.nz/1275945245/647/3785647.jpg)