Two of the highlights of this year's Mobile World Congress were the powerful Samsung Galaxy S2 (Galaxy S II) and the futuristic LG Optimus 3D.
But how do they compare to the spec-heavy Motorola Atrix, announced at CES in January? All three are super smartphones with dual-core ARM processors as you'll see.
Motorola Atrix review
All three handsets also impress with cutting-edge screen technology, although they couldn't be more different in their execution.
So it's hard to measure whether the Atrix or Galaxy S2 is 'better' than the Optimus 3D . Or vice-versa. But you can get a good feel for which phone you fancy by comparing them side-by-side...
Motorola Atrix vs Samsung Galaxy S2 vs LG Optimus 3D: Software
All three handsets run Android, albeit different versions. Samsung's phone uses Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), customised with the TouchWiz 4.0 UI overlay and Swype text input.
Samsung has a few notable extras to the software on the Galaxy S2. For starters, there are now four 'hubs' - the Reader's Hub, the Social Hub, the Games Hub and the Music Hub.
The Galaxy S2 also features enhanced conferencing and connectivity services from Cisco, a comprehensive implementation of Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and secure remote device management from Sybase.
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