Trend Setter Phones
Talk about in the know. In the ever-fickle world of public opinion, you welcome change and adapt to chaotic trends and fads. Well-connected, you have the next best thing before others even hear about it.
So whether at work or play, you don't mind indulging yourself every now and then. And your perfect phone matches your personality -- a device that strives to achieve perfection.
You don't blink at the thought of a high price tag. To you, quality is more important, and you'd rather have the peace of mind knowing that the phone is meticulously crafted and designed.
You pay attention to the best, so look at the top devices on the market, as well as the most anticipated on the horizon. Nothing is out of your reach.
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.
The big screen, Jelly Bean and 4G, make it a top Android device -- but you'll make sacrifices in battery life and storage.
The fantastic camera and screen make it the Android phone to beat.
Hate running out of juice before dinner? Look no further -- your dream phone is here.
Apple does it again -- the fifth time's the charm.
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.
A large, vibrant screen, speedy chip and affordable price make it a fantastic mid-range phone -- except for the bad camera.
It's worthy of the flagship name, despite a mediocre display -- but 4G LTE makes it hard to beat.
It's a superb all-around device and the Android phone to beat.
Sprint gets an LTE device, but it falls short of expectations.
It takes a while to get used to the 5.8-inch display, but the bigger features more than make up for it.
Despite the massive display, wait on Windows -- there are better devices.
A smartphone that actually lasts the whole day -- and then some.
An outstanding keyboard and speedy 4G speeds match its expensive price tag.
The display is good, yet bad. The camera is good, yet bad. Windows is good... well, you get the point.
The HTC Rezound introduces Beats Audio to stateside phones, and it's the Taiwanese company's best device yet. It comes with an enviable display and great audio, but a few flaws keep it from being a clear-cut winner.
The bigger screen -- coupled with AT&T's LTE service -- does a number on the battery life.
It's one of the first phones to run on Android ICS, but the memory is a bit small.
Motorola's Droid Razr is the reemergence of one of the most successful mobile brands, and it lives up to its popular predecessors.
Apple adds a voice-activated personal assistant, upgraded camera and faster dual-core chip.
In another world, one where Google stuck to search and Apple kept its eye on the iPod, BlackBerry's Torch 9850 would be an amazing phone. But this isn't an alternative dimension, and the Torch is stuck in the middle of the road, even though if it's a radical departure for RIM.
Fast hardware, smooth software makes it the Android phone to beat.
It's a step down from the iPhone 4, but a powerful Android option with speedy Internet.
The latest in the Samsung Galaxy family of phones, Sprint's Epic 4G runs on the Google Android 2.1 platform and features a 4-inch "Super AMOLED" touch screen display. The lightweight handset is powered by a 1-gigahertz processor and supports blazing-fast WiMax 4G connectivity for data downloads.
Motorola's original Droid debuted on Verizon last fall, aiming to knock the iPhone off its pedestal in the smartphone world. But while it didn't quite accomplish that feat, it did become an instant hit, selling over 250,000 units in the first week of its launch.
Antenna problems mar a nearly-perfect device.