Fierce looks at the hottest smartphones for Q4

hottest smartphonesThe fourth quarter is here, and that means it's time take a look at the key flagship phones that will be competing for the hearts (and wallets) of consumers this coming holiday season. The FierceWireless team has put together a quick primer on the hottest smartphones for the fourth quarter. While this list is obviously not exhaustive, it is representative of the high-end smartphones that are either available right now or will be imminently in the U.S. market. Phones from Apple, HTC, LG, Google's Motorola Mobility unit, Nokia and Samsung and are included on our list. We have broken down the major pros and cons for each device, primarily based around their positioning in the market. Special Report

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