Smartphones are everywhere you look, it seems. But not all smartphones are created equal. Read on to find out which phones have earned a spot on my list of today's 10 best smartphones.
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2. HTC EVO 3D
The iPhone 4 is not without its problems -- yes, we've heard about those pesky antenna issues. But it remains one of the best smartphones around, thanks to its gorgeous display, elegant design, and incredible ease of use. And its even better now that you have a choice of carriers.
No, that's not a computer you see pictured here. It's the Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone, paired with an accessory dock which turns the phone into a computer of sorts. But even on its own, the Atrix 4G is impressive. It features a dual-core processor, a big qHD display, and a 5-megapixel camera. It runs on AT&T's network.
With its big screen, slide-out keyboard, and solid construction, the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide is not a petite phone. But it is a powerful one, running the latest version of Google's Android OS and featuring a dual-core processor. The myTouch 4G Slide also packs in one of the most powerful cameras seen on a smartphone so far.
The Samsung Epic 4G is not the newest phone on this list; in fact, it debuted while some of its rivals were still designs on a drawing board. But the Epic 4G remains one of today's best smartphones thanks to its excellent design, 4G support, and a top-notch camera.
10. HTC Arrive
Handsets running Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 software haven't exactly made waves in the smartphone market. But that doesn't mean you should overlook them -- especially if you're considering the HTC Arrive. This phone features a solid design, a great keyboard, and is easy to use. It lacks support for Sprint's 4G network, but if you can live without that, you'll appreciate what the HTC Arrive has to offer.