App Store that. Blah blah blah. You'd think that the stylish consumer electronics company from Cupertino had the monopoly on touch-based smartphones.
Contrary to popular belief, it doesn't. Not yet, anyway. Microsoft has had a presence in the smartphone market for years with its Windows Mobile platform, which is belatedly starting to embrace a more intuitive touchscreen interface.
Google, meanwhile, has produced its Android OS, which many people expect will overtake Apple's device and dominate the market over the coming years.
While the iPhone is a fine device - and undoubtedly the best mobile gaming device at present - it's not quite out there in a league of its own as some would have you believe. Here are a few of the main alternatives, along with the key features that set them apart from the iPhone.