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For Verizon users who can buy what Windows Phone is selling, the Lumia Icon is a no-brainer purchase.
Designed as a high-end phone for audiophiles, the HTC One (M8) Harman Kardon edition is a great concept, but proves to be its own worst enemy.
The Ascend P7 is a surprisingly capable alternative to the usual flagships, and it arrives at a relative discount.
Samsung's newest flagship brings more pure functionality than any other phone on the market.
Sony looks to make a sizable dent in the Android smartphone market with the Xperia 2.
On paper, the HTC One M8 is a flagship Android smartphone with few, if any, equals.
As its name suggests, LG G Flex is not only a curved, but also a flexible phablet.
Great screen? Fast phone? Low price? It could be a market-changing device - if it's any good.
Sony's new Xperia Z1 Compact might be summed up with one of Genie's lines from Aladdin: "Phenomenal cosmic powers...itty-bitty living space!"
There's a lot - really a lot, it's a big phone - to love about the HTC One Max.
Love Android, but hate the giant screens required to get a high-end phone? With a 4.3-inch display, the Motorola Droid Mini might be just what you need.
The iPhone 5s has a new operating system, new processor, and Touch ID.
Moto's Droid Ultra is Verizon's latest flagship, and virtually identical to the vaunted Moto X.
There's no doubt about it: the ZTE Open is an extremely affordable phone.
The Nvidia Shield isn't without its drawbacks, but there's still a decent amount to like here.
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