The high-end touchscreen segment saw the likes of Nokia N97 Mini, Sony Ericsson Satio, Samsung Omnia and LG GD900 Crystal hitting the Indian market. Each handset boasted of its own strengths and feature pack. The Nokia N97 Mini had a full blown widget screen, while the Satio had great camera capabilities. The Omnia showcased a brilliant AMOLED screen and LG Crystal came with a touch sensitive see-through keypad. However, the phone that beat the rest was the HTC Hero, the second Android-based handset by HTC that introduced the HTC Sense Ul in India. The biggest strength of this phone is the comfort level that one has while using a touchscreen device. Seamless integration of contacts, messages, social networking combined with features like Android Market, multi-touch functionality, full flash enabled browser and extremely cool looks made the HTC Hero the best among the rest in its price category in 2009.