Amid unconfirmed reports of Verizon-ready iPhones, and surging sales and new models of Android-based phones, consumers in the market for a new mobile phone face a dizzying array of choices. We get experts’ analysis of the new phones, and take listeners’ questions.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple plans to begin mass producing a Verizon-ready iPhone. But so far, Apple hasn’t confirmed the reports. Meanwhile, Android-based phones have surpassed iPhones in sales in the U.S. — and 10 new Android models have already been introduced at a major trade show this week in San Francisco.

Kent German, senior editor for CNET reviews
Cliff Edwards, technology correspondent covering consumer tech for Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Joe Brown, features editor for Gizmodo

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