Samsung's Galaxy Note II with its 5.5-inch screen is part smartphone, part tablet.
If you're ready to drop some money on one of the latest and greatest smartphones, you have some great choices -- too many, in fact.
Turbocharged quad-core processors and wireless charging have nearly become standard on top-of-the-line Android phones. As always, the latest iPhone and its gorgeous screen and vast ecosystem of content is worth your consideration. For those looking to break free of iOS or Android altogether, the underrated Windows Phone 8 awaits.
How can you possibly decide? I've rounded up the 7 best smartphones available and I'll tell you what makes them good.HTC One ...