The lack of a dual-core processor and the cheap feel may keep the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc from being a top seller.
The HTC Trophy lacks many smartphone capabilties and should only be used if you want a standard, simplistic phone.
The LG Revolution may trail its competitors but it is still a decent 4G phone featuring Netflix.
The HTC EVO 3D seemed liked a good idea on paper, but consumers are unlikely to purchase lackluster 3D smartphones.
It may not be able to compete with the top tier phones out there, but the Sidekick 4G is still an excellent choice for heavy messaging and/or social networking users.
Both HTC and AT&T have a winner with the HTC Inspire 4G. The best part about this 4G smartphone is the great HD quality it provides while being offered at the low price of $99.99.
The Nexus S is a top of the line smartphone aimed at die hard Andriod users and developers, not the everday smartphone user.
The HTC Droid Incredible 2 is a great 3G smartphone that unfortunately may struggle to compete with all of the great 4G phones available now or coming soon.
The T-Mobile G2x offers users 1080p HD quality, HDMI output, and 4G speeds. It truly is one of the best smartphones that T-Mobile currently offers.
The Echo is a great idea and the first phone of its kind, unfortunately it shows in a number of bad ways.