CNET publishes a list of 10 most popular phones in Asia. While their list is definitely NOT representative for whole of Asia (it is based on survey done in Singapore), it is still an interesting list to review. Sony-Ericsson tops the list and Nokia is behind. Below are brief descriptions of the top 4  from CNET’s list. Are any of these also popular in Pakistan ? Which is your favorite phone?

1. Sony Ericsson W850i. CNET Review: It offers a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and a digital music player. The Sony Ericsson W850i offers the great performance and high-end features we’ve come to expect from the company’s Walkman phones, but its usability is hampered by unintuitive controls.

2. Sony Ericsson K800i. CNET Review: With an amazing selection of business-friendly features, superior photo quality, eye-catching design and great performance, the Sony Ericsson K7800i comes in at the second spot. Almost identical to the previous model K790i but with 3G capability.

3. Nokia N73. CNET Review: The Nokia N73 boasts a 3.2-megapixel camera with video-recording capabilities, an integrated music player, a vibrant screen, Bluetooth, and a speakerphone. The phone also had extralong talk time and battery life, not to mention decent call quality. Overall quality is sluggish though.

4. Nokia 6233. CNET Review: stylish 3G phone; microSD card support up to 2GB; nice stainless steel finish; built-in stereo speakers; 2-megapixel camera. Some web-browsing issues, average batterly life.