We've seen some great smartphones in 2010, but they can't all be winners. As promised, we now present to you the year's worst smartphones. These handsets failed to make the grade for a number of reasons, including shoddy design, poor performance, and a lackluster feature set.
The good news is that there are far fewer bad ones than good ones. That said, here are our picks for worst smartphones of 2010.
Dell Aero (AT&T)
Rating: OK (5.0 or 2.5 stars)
The bottom line: Unintuitive,
slow, and limited in functionality, the Dell Aero is a huge
disappointment and simply can't compete with the competition.