|The best Smartphones right now in the market as suggested by the insiders of the BusinessInsider|
The BusinessInsider has updated their monthly best smart phone guide. As usual, the rankings are based on the likes of design, software and hardware features, content selection, and price, making the followings "The Only Smartphones Worth Buying Right Now". So if you are trying to buy a phone these days, you better give them a smart thought.
Note that, they have only considered phones that are on sale in the US at the time of their publication.
 15. BlackBerry Q10
The Q10 is the first device to run the new refurbished BlackBerry10 operating system. It comes with a physical keyboard. Right now its not available on Sprint.
Price: $200 on Verizon
$200 on AT&T(pre-order)
$100 down plus $20 per month for 24 months on T-Mobile.
 14. iPhone 4S
Though it celebrates its second birthday, it still manages to rank on lists. Again, its a good option if you're on a plan to have a budget phone. On the plus side, it comes with the access to the best ecosystem of apps, games, movies, and music.
Price: Starts at $99 with a two-year contract on most carriers lik Sprint, Verizon, T- Mobile, and AT&T etc.
$69 down on T-Mobile.
 13. Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung's flagship from the last year. Has a slightly smaller screen, thickerbody, and fewer bells and whistles than the S4.
Price: $100 or less with a two- year contract on many places inclusive of Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
 12. The BlackBerry Z10
The Z10 is one of the first BlackBerries to run the company's new mobile operating system. Not recommended for heavy gamers and app savvy nerds.
Price: $100 with a two-year contract from Verizon.
$200 with a two-year contract from AT&T.
$99.99 plus $18 per month for 24 months on T-Mobile.
 11. Nokia Lumia 928 and Nokia Lumia 920
Nokia's 900-series, Lumia Windows Phones come in two variants, namely, The Lumia 920 and Lumia 928. The Lumia 920 is only available on AT&T and the Lumia 928 is only available on Verizon.
Price: $100 with a two-year contract on Verizon and AT&T.
 10. Samsung Galaxy Note II
Price: $300 with a two-year contract from Verizon and AT&Twith a two-year contract.
$200 with a two-year contract on Sprint.
The T-Mobile version costs $170 plus $20 per month for 24 months.
 9. LG Optimus G Pro
LG's new phablet, is the best Phablet in the market right now. "Its 5.5-inch display is sharper than the Galaxy Note II's screen," BusinessInsider claims. The phone is cheaper than the Note II on most carriers.
Price: $100 with a two-year contract from AT&T.
 8. HTC Windows Phone 8x
"HTC's Windows Phone 8x is the best Windows Phone you can buy today", they recommends.
Price: Starts at $50on Verizon an $1 on AT&T.
 7. HTC Droid DNA
An outcome of a Verizon and HTC venture. But mind that, Verizon will soon release HTC One which is better than the Droid DNA.
Price: $50 with a two-year contract from Verizon.
 6. Samsung Galaxy S4
Price: Starts at $200 on most carriers. (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint)
 5. Google Nexus 4
A Google and LG combined effort. There is a hitch, the Nexus 4 doesn't connect to 4G LTE networks.
Price: Google sells the unlocked model starting at $299 . You can get it from T- Mobile for $20 down plus $ 17 per month for 24 months.
 4. Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition
The only downside the article registers is its hefty price tag. Google sells this phone unlocked.
Price: $649and will work on T-Mobile or AT&T if you insert your SIM card.
 3. HTC One
HTC's newest flagship phone.
Price: Starts at $200on AT&Tor $100 on Sprint with a two-year contract.
$100 down plus $20 per month for 24 months on T-Mobile. Not yet available on Verizon.
 2. HTC One Google Edition
According to BusinessInsider folks, HTC's One's "Google Edition" is the best Android phone available. "It also means you're likely to get software updates in a timely manner, something HTC has historically struggled with," they further argues. The phone comes unlocked, unsubsidized and with a high price tag. The user doesnt have to be dependant on carrier's upgrade cycle.
Price: $599 and will work on AT&T or T-Mobile if you insert your SIM card.
 1. iPhone 5
Seems BusinessInsider likes to bet on their own turfs when it comes to smart phones. "You're guaranteed to get the best apps before anyone else, plus Apple is really good at making sure iPhones get timely software updates with new features," they reason.
Price: Starts at $199 with a two-year contract (Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T).
$146 plus $21 per month for 24 months on T-Mobile.