Pick the best iPhone, Android, or Windows phone for you
The Motorola Droid Razr line rocks a futuristic Kevlar fiber rear coating and has some interesting angles. HTC's Evo 4G LTE is handsomely made from anodized aluminum, sports flashy red and silver highlights, and boasts its own spring-loaded kickstand. The ultramodern-looking Nokia Lumia 920 also flaunts numerous and wild colors, as does the Sony Xperia P.
We still love the elegant, industrial designs of Apple's iPhone series, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S3's thin, molded-from-plastic, smooth, and attractive curves, which are sure to become ubiquitous (and therefore stand out a little less.)
Favorite stylish phones: HTC Evo 4G LTE (Sprint), Nokia Lumia 920 (forthcoming), Motorola Droid Razr M (Verizon), Sony Xperia P (unlocked)
Do you like a large, medium, or small screen?
A phone's single most important physical element is its screen size. You'll find the largest screens within the Android camp, the most massive being the tabletlike Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (forthcoming), which features a whopping 5.5-inch display. Its cousin, the Samsung Galaxy Note (T-Mobile, AT&T), is slightly smaller at 4.3 inches.