Taking stock of Q1's hottest smartphones

Motorola ATrixThe first few months of 2011 have been packed with handset announcements, and device makers have showered the market with smartphone announcements to coincide with the Consumer Electronics Show in January and Mobile World Congress in February. FierceWireless sought a range of analysts' opinions concerning which smartphone launches stood out the most. Although it is an admittedly subjective list, the two main criteria are phones that will have a potentially large impact on the market in terms of sales or devices that represent a unique user experience. Which smartphones stood out from the pack? Slideshow

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