Best Smart Phones of 2010

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Mark Spoonauer
Mark Spoonauer
Responsible for the editorial vision for Laptopmag.com, Mark Spoonauer has been Editor in Chief of LAPTOP since 2003 and has covered technology for nearly 15 years. Mark speaks at key tech industry events and makes regular media appearances on CNBC, Fox and CNN. Mark was previously reviews editor at Mobile Computing, and his work has appeared in Wired, Popular Science and Inc.
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  1. sam Says:

    are you kidding me? not even one windows phone 7 handset? and do you care to explain whats so great about the mytouch 4g??

  2. Sol Says:

    Where’s the HTC Droid Incredible!? As far as I know, it won the CNET Choice Award…and it is a truly an “incredible” phone.

  3. MrSatoV Says:

    Sprint’s 4G is faster than 3-6mb… maybe that was your experience, but I’ve seen 9Mps on my Evo here, in L.A..

    Droid Incredible does belong above ANY Blackberry.

  4. yanjuan gu Says:

    droid x is the best smart phone.

  5. Mr. Azul Says:

    Well I have seen the I-phone 4G (means 4th Generation not 4G speed), the HTC Droid Incredible, and the My Touch 4G. I honestly prefer Sprint’s Epic and EVO. These phones rock and were voted #1 and #2 already in this website that i forgot the name. Keep up the good work Sprint.. Your customer service is awesome and your phones are finally nice and even better than the other competitors. All you need now is a nice windows 7 phone to be competing with AT&T

  6. Adi Says:

    THE BEST smart phone is iPhone if you know how to use it..there is nothing that it can’t do which ANY competitor can do and with its STYLE Quotient & aura; every other phone is merely a joke!

  7. ashish jain Says:

    Well I have seen the I-phone 4G (means 4th Generation not 4G speed), the HTC Droid Incredible, and the My Touch 4G. I honestly prefer Sprint’s Epic and EVO. These phones rock and were voted #1 and #2 already in this website that i forgot the name. Keep up the good work Sprint.. Your customer service is awesome and your phones are finally nice and even better than the other competitors. All you need now is a nice windows 7 phone to be competing with AT&T

  8. stemplar 88 Says:

    The original is always the BEST!!!..all other phones are copycuts..too dumb to innovate..NOW they profess their excellence..:”yeah excellence toTO COPY..my..Iphone rocks!!!!

  9. bored in texas Says:

    It’s all a matter of opinion. What works for one person may not work for another. This list is based on facts by people whose lives revolve around technology. Now matter how on the go one person is, or how dependent you are on your smart phone (whichever phone it may be) these are the technical facts. While I won’t deny iPhone is sleek and innovative and incredibly sexy, Adi said it best “THE BEST smart phone is iPhone if you know how to use it.” Yeah, iPhone is not the most user friendly. Apple continues to create their devices with incredibly dominant software. the phone is not flexible and not the easiest to use especially for folks who’ve spent most their adult lives working off of phones that work for you, not the other way around. I dropped my iphone like a bad habit after the Evo debuted and it’s been nothing but loyal to me since day one.

  10. phone guy Says:

    i’m sorry to dissapoint all of you apple loyalists, but the iphone is sadly crippled compared to every other smart phone in one simple and very large way, FLASH PLAYER, as long as apple refuses to give the iphone flash player capabilities, it will remain an inferior device, because it is basically useless on any website that uses flash based media (which is almost every website out there)

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