|Product||HTC Trophy (Verizon Wireless)||HTC One||Motorola Droid Maxx||Samsung Galaxy Note 2|
|Price||$143.71||$99.99||$12.49||$49.99 to $563.99|
|CNET editors' rating||3.5 stars||4 stars||4.5 stars||4 stars|
|Average user rating||4 stars||4.5 stars||4.5 stars||4 stars|
|Release date||Info unavailable||April 19, 2013||Info unavailable||October 24, 2012|
|Bottom line|| |
The HTC Trophy isn't Verizon's most powerful or advanced smartphone, but if you don't need all the bells and whistles, the Windows Phone offers great ease of use and good integration of features in a sleek package.
A few quibbles notwithstanding, the powerhouse HTC One is a beautifully crafted, near-ideal smartphone.
If you can get past its steep price, the massive-screened Motorola Droid Maxx is currently Verizon’s best Android smartphone.
Samsung delivers a powerful, boundary-pushing device that gets a lot right. Yet its complicated features and high price raise questions about its purpose.
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