Now that AT&T is aggressively rolling out its LTE high-speed data network, the company has a tiered system of super-smartphones. In the first tier is the LTE enabled smartphones like the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket and HTC Vivid. Next are the iPhone and other non-LTE phones followed by the mid and entry level devices. Because AT&T is behind only Verizon in the U.S, it makes sense they have a huge selection of devices to choose from.
This list is not necessarily in order of best to tenth best, but it's pretty close to that. Furthermore, because some phones run different software than others, they may be harder to compare. It's hard enough to decide which phone to get without getting too hung up on the numbers that often define their features. Resolution, processor speed and camera megapixels are some of the overrated numbers that carriers throw around to make their devices stand out. So, use this guide when you go over to the store to look at the devices, because that is the best way to see which one you like the best. If you aren't quite that picky, then simply decide what it is you want to do with your phone and get the one that has the features you need to do it. Start the slideshow to see AT&T's top 10 smartphones. Let us know in the comments if you're still on the fence about one or more of them.