The top 17 smartphones from the major carriers

From Android to iOS to Windows Phone, these devices from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon offer users a range of options

If you're in the market for a different smartphone but don’t have to have the latest iPhone or Razr release, check into these great options from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. The top-rated devices from these carriers showcase a variety of features and mobile OSes.

AT&T: Samsung Galaxy S III

Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.

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AT&T: Apple iPhone 4S 16GB

The iPhone 4S might not be the most exciting update, but the camera, performance, and Siri make it a top-ranking smartphone.

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AT&T: HTC One X

The HTC One X offers a superior Android experience in a premium design, providing you can overlook its flaws. The below-average call quality, the audio recording capabilities, and the inclusion of bloatware will be what drives some users to a different handset.

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AT&T: Nokia Lumia 900

With a stunning display, fast data speeds, and a versatile camera, the Lumia 900 has what it takes to compete with the iPhone and with Android handsets -- if Microsoft and AT&T can win over customers.

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AT&T: Samsung Galaxy Note

With its large display and stylus-like pen, the Samsung Galaxy Note is a refreshing departure from the smartphone pack, but its design won't please everyone. Additionally, not enough apps support the pen right now.

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Sprint: Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The best Android phone to date, the Galaxy Nexus dazzles with its curved display, sleek design, fast performance, and, of course, Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Sprint: Samsung Galaxy S III

Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.

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Sprint: HTC Evo 4G LTE

The Evo phones have always been Sprint's strongest offering, and the Evo 4G LTE is no exception. From its beautiful design to the versatile camera to the fast performance, this is Sprint's best phone -- and one of the best Android phones available.

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Sprint: Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE

If you're looking for a smartphone with a great physical keyboard, look no further than the Motorola Photon Q.

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T-Mobile: HTC One S

The HTC One S is the ultimate multimedia phone, from gaming to music to snapping high-quality photos.

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T-Mobile: Samsung Galaxy S III

Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.

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T-Mobile: Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G

The Galaxy S Blaze 4G has an appealing design and performs excellently, but the experience is marred by an abundance of bloatware -- that you can't remove.

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Verizon: HTC Rezound

If you can deal with subpar battery life, the HTC Rezound is an excellent phone that won't feel outdated anytime soon.

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Verizon: Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The best Android phone to date, the Galaxy Nexus dazzles with its curved display, sleek design, fast performance, and, of course, Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Verizon: Samsung Galaxy S III

Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.

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Verizon: Apple iPhone 4S 16GB

The iPhone 4S might not be the most exciting update, but the camera, performance, and Siri make it a top-ranking smartphone.

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Verizon: Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

The Droid Razr Maxx packs in a dual-core processor, large battery and LTE in a very thin frame.

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