Holiday Handset Guide Slideshow - Giving the gift of wireless Part II

FierceWireless compiled this guide to holiday handsets that U.S. operators will be featuring during the upcoming buying season. In the second of this two-part series, we look the high-end handsets.   

FierceWireless contacted the major operators and compiled this list of holiday handsets with details about their features, their respective carriers and prices. We divided the list into "low-end" and "high-end" phones, based on price, features and market presence. After conferring with analysts, we decided that, in general, any phone retailing for more than $150 would be considered a high-end phone particularly if it comes with a separate data plan.  In part II of this two-part series we look at the high-end phones.

Click here to see our Holiday Handset Guide to Phones over $150...

Also check out yesterday's phones for under $150...

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