There's nothing like the BlackBerry Q10. It's a messaging monster. If you're one of those "keyboard people," the Q10 is the answer to your prayers: a well-built, modern smartphone with the best physical keyboard you can get your thumbs on.
With a fast quad-core processor, a big, gorgeous display, and features galore, the Samsung Galaxy Note II delivers everything a huge-screen smartphone should, but Sprint really needs to build out its LTE network. If you think other phones are too small, and prefer something big enough to double as a miniature tablet that (barely) fits in your pocket, the Galaxy Note II reigns supreme.
Do you like the Droid Razr M, but think it can use a little more screen? Then you're in luck, because that's precisely what you get with the Motorola Droid Razr HD, a high-def update to last year's popular Droid Razr. The Razr HD ups the ante with a 4.7-inch, 720p display, and a large battery that's good for more than 14 hours of talk time.
The new iPhone 5 is finally here and we have gotten our own hands on one to try it out. After months of rumors and alleged photos of the new device, we finally have it. The new model supports 4G LTE wireless, has a larger screen, a thinner and taller design and a new Lightning connector.
The new flagship smartphone from the world's number-one mobile phone company, Samsung's Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless is literally a huge achievement. If you love big phones with lots of options, the GS3 will deliver state-of-the-art performance with bonus sharing and media features that you're likely to continue discovering a year from now.
Samsung's Galaxy S III has a lot going on. It's not just another big smartphone, although it is, indeed, quite a big smartphone. It's full of new software enhancing the Android 4.0 experience, stuff that it takes a little while to check out.
With Ice Cream Sandwich, a stunning screen, and fast AT&T LTE, the HTC One X takes its place as the king of all Android smartphones—for now, at least. The stunning high-definition display and 8-megapixel digital camera help make this phone multimedia friendly.
BlackBerry World is in full swing, and RIM has just revealed the pièce de résistance. While the company isn't showing any BB10-based devices for consumer to buy, it is distributing developer units with some elements of the new QNX-based OS, which gives us a good taste of what we can expect to see running on the next crop of BlackBerry phones and tablets.
Read more: Hands On With the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha
The top Android smartphone you can buy today, the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx combines the best materials, a fast processor, a super-speedy 4G LTE network, and a truly gigantic battery. What you get is a smartphone that's ready to be used to the max. At $299.99 with contract, it is also one of the most expensive smartphones on the market.
The Motorola Droid RAZR very, very quickly replaces the Droid Bionic as the most powerful smartphone on Verizon Wireless. That $50 premium gets you a slimmer, faster, more rugged phone with the RAZR. And even though it takes the Editors' Choice crown, more threatening adversaries loom just around the corner.