What were Americans' top 10 favorite phones in August?

Smartphones are seen as a major growth engine for wireless. According to recent research from comScore, they are also becoming some of the most-favored phones of U.S. consumers. The following is a countdown of the top 10 most satisfying cell phones in the United States in August. The information comes from an August survey of 15,000 U.S. mobile subscribers over the age of 13, and includes devices that have installed user bases of more than 100,000. ComScore asked respondents to rank their satisfaction with their device on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest. Slideshow

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