Deep down, you still have the little kid inside you. You're a bit playful and you aren't afraid to act a bit goofy. You can take a joke, but you also know to take things seriously.
You can't sit still and waste the day, so you want a phone to entertain you and add a bit of excitement to your life. To you, the phone is more than a communication device -- it's your escape from the mundane.
To keep you occupied, your perfect phone needs to be a multimedia powerhouse -- offering a top-notch display, thumping audio and blazing Web access. In addition, make sure to throw some games and apps into the mix for good measure.
We don't have to tell you how to have a good time, but you're a little too old to play video games at work -- unless that's actually your job. Be that as it may, a multimedia phone is the next best thing to bringing the TV, radio, video games and PC. It'll add a bit of spice to your life without the awkward stares.
For the social media junkie.
It's one of the best Android devices -- just don't expect true innovation.
The beautiful design, sharp display and light-sucking camera are exceptional, with small gripes in the interface and lack of a microSD slot.
BlackBerry 10 fixed most of the problems, but poor battery and a lack of apps still linger.
Great hardware at an affordable price -- you won't find a better bang for the buck.
It's basically the Lumia 820 for T-Mobile -- all-around a fine option if you're willing to give Windows a try.
For the price, you won't find a better camera -- but reliability on the other hand...
If you need a keyboard, it's okay. Otherwise, you can do better.
The big screen, Jelly Bean and 4G, make it a top Android device -- but you'll make sacrifices in battery life and storage.
It won't make you James Bond, but it's definitely stylish, albeit a bit outdated.
It's a funky mix of mediocre features and a few standout options wrapped in a dull design.
If you love Android, this is the phone to get -- Jelly Bean is fantastic and best of all, it's affordable. But wait -- where's the 4G?
It looks great, but the software is awful.
Great design, but mediocre components.
A blazing quad-core chip and a top-notch display make it one of LG's best smartphones yet.
It has features of its higher-end siblings, but you'll wish you'd spent a little more for the X or X+.
The fantastic camera and screen make it the Android phone to beat.
It's a cheaper alternative to the 8X, but Nokia offers a better mid-tier Windows phone.
Beats Audio and the cheaper price make it a decent Windows device, but otherwise, Nokia is the better choice.
If you hate running out of power before dinner, look no further -- your dream phone is here.
If the large size doesn't bother you, it's a fantastic combination of power and performance.
Apple does it again -- the fifth time's the charm.
One of the better QWERTYs and misleading 4G speeds make it a decent mid-range device.
It runs on older ICS software, but the decent display, camera and long-lasting battery make it a great package.
It's a step down from the Lumia 920, but you get a lot of the same great features, at a more affordable price.
The design is elegant and the camera is innovative, but Windows is the question.
The big display is a good idea, but the aspect ratio, among other glitches, makes it a flawed device.
It's not easy to hold, but it's the best phablet out there.
If you love the Galaxy S3, but are bored of Android -- give this a look.
The slide-out keyboard is exceptional, but it's a bit underwhelming compared to the Galaxy S3.