Picking the right smartphone is a complex riddle even to experts, considering the sheer number of devices being offered by different manufacturers and networks.
Picking a top device, a close second, a budget pick and the worst one on every network from this smartphone crowd will be a useful exercise.
At AT&T, the top pick is, undoubtedly, the iPhone 4S. The Retina Display, quality camera and the quality content on the iOS ecosystem make it the top pick. Well, we may pick HTC One X from Android platform as a close second for those who don’t needs to be a part of the sheep herd.
Here you get LTE too with the 4.7 inch display and the dual core power of a S4 chip. The budget pick is Lumia 900 from Nokia, while another Windows Phone, Samsung Focus S, makes the worst phone on AT&T.
On Verizon, Galaxy S III is undoubtedly the top pick with its 4.8 inch Super AMOLED screen and 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 chip.
The close second option is Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The 8 GB version of the iPhone 4 will be the budget pick while Sony Xperia Play will be a risk to spend bucks on the Big Red network.
On T-Mobile too the top pick is S III, while HTC One S makes the close second. Lumia 710 and HTC Amaze 4G are at a tie for the budget pick on T-Mobile, while be careful about buying LG Doubleplay on this network.
Last but not least, Sprint offers HTC EVO 4G as the top pick while iPhone 4 8GB variant makes the budget pick. BlackBerry Tour 9630 turns out to be the worst one on the carrier.
Now cast the vote for your favorite in the comments.