In Pictures: Forget iPhone 5 - 10 top alternatives to Apple

You may have heard: Apple just unveiled a shiny new iPhone, the iPhone 5. But there's so much more to the smartphone world than just iPhones. Here's a list of 10 of the best currently available or coming-soon smartphones to make you forget all about Apple.

HTC One X

HTC's One X smartphone is fast and powerful; it runs on AT&T's LTE network, and it packs a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. The One X runs Android, and it has a 4.7" Super LCD 2 display (720p), 16GB of built-in storage and an 8MP digital camera. The device also uses Universal Beats Audio technology for high-quality sound when used with compatible headphones.

Availability: The HTC One X is an AT&T exclusive in the United States, and it's available for $99.99 with a new, two-year service agreement.

Notable Features iPhone 5 Lacks: Android OS (4.0); larger display; Beats Audio technology; affordable price; and NFC. (Rumors suggest a souped-up HTC One X+ may also be unveiled soon.)

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