By Matthew Miller,
March 27, 2011, 8:41 PM PST
The Samsung Galaxy S II gets my pick for the best current smartphone of 2011.
Check out my full ZDNet Smartphones & Cell Phones blog post for the full list and comments on each smartphone.
The Droid Bionic may be the best LTE smartphone on Verizon wireless.
The back of the Droid Bionic is simply, yet hides a very powerful interior.
The T-Mobile G2X might be the best Android device on T-Mobile and they have quite a selection to choose from.
The T-Mobile LG G2X is the US version of the LG Optimus 2X.
The Apple iPhone 4 is a very successful smartphone that will continue to appeal to millions of people.
The 3D functionality in devices may seem a bit gimmicky, but it looks like HTC has done a good job implementing it on the HTC EVO 3D.
Note the dual cameras on the back of the HTC EVO 3D that let you capture 3D still and video content.
The HTC ThunderBolt is the only LTE smartphone currently available, which makes it appealing to many of us.
The HTC ThunderBolt has a decent 8 megapixel camera and rock solid kickstand.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play looks to solve the problem with gaming on Android devices.
The SE Xperia Play has a dedicated gaming controller and official PlayStation support.
The Google Nexus S is made by Samsung and is a pure Google experience phone.
The Nexus S and Nexus S 4G are solid devices, with internal specifications primarily based on 2010 standards.
The HP Pre3 looks similar to the Pre2 and Pre Plus with a larger display.
webOS is a fantastic operating system, but HP needs to do a better job releasing products and supporting them.
The Dell Venue Pro is the best Windows Phone 7 device.
Windows Phone 7 is a great mobile operating system that needs reliable support from Microsoft.
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