Earlier this month, Bonnie Cha shared the favorite smartphones as chosen by CNET readers. And now, just to make sure no one is left out, I offer your favorite handsets from the past year that aren't smartphones. These models, which are presented in no particular order, may do a lot more than just make calls, but they don't have third-party operating system. And they all can say that they're loved by you. To be on this list the device must have a user rating of at least 3.5 stars.
The bottom line: If you don't mind the price, the Samsung Memoir lives up to its promise as a top-notch camera phone.
Average user rating: 4 stars out of 52 reviews
The bottom line: Despite our issues with the browser and the uninteresting design, the LG Chocolate Touch is a terrific music phone for Verizon Wireless.
Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 41 reviews
The bottom line: The LG EnV Touch's combination of great design and top-notch features makes it one of the top Verizon Wireless phones we've ever seen.
Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 235 reviews
The bottom line: The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic offers an attractive design and feature set, but the touch-screen phone has some shortcomings compared with the competition.
Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 85 reviews
The bottom line: The Samsung Alias 2 is an inventive update to Samsung's previous messaging phone. Provided you can afford it, and learn how to use it, it's a powerful messaging device with reliable performance.
Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 78 reviews
The bottom line: If you can live with the clunky Web browser, the LG Versa is a very good touch-screen phone with the added versatility of optional modules.
Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 87 reviews