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So who is winning the Hardware superphone battle?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by gateway, Aug 27, 2010.

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Your Android Superphone maker

  1. Motorola

    2 vote(s)
    16.7%
  2. Samsung

    5 vote(s)
    41.7%
  3. HTC

    5 vote(s)
    41.7%
  4. other-who?

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. gateway

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    Android is getting everyone rich or at least out of trouble (Sprint and Motorola)
    Which of these three have done the most with Android.

    Motorola and their Droid line of phones?

    Samsung with their Galaxy S line of phones?

    HTC who started it all with the G1 up to the EVO 4g?

    I added "other" cause someone always says other.

    I used the word "superphone" to mean the "top tier" phones out at the moment
     

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  2. HustlinDaily

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    I think as of right now, there is no such thing as a Superphone. Wait until next year when we see dual core processors and full 720p resolutions.

    Apple has antenna problems.

    Samsung has GPS problems.

    HTC/SonyEricsson seems underpowered compared to Apple/Samsung/Motorola.



    As much as I dislike them (due to how locked down their recent phones have been), I would have to say Motorola. Their phones are really well engineered and highly powerful. Also, there isn't much talk about problems (the best call quality of any smartphone manufacturer, and while OMAP may not be as fast as Hummingbird, it is no slouch and clearly faster than the Snapdragon processors currently on the market. Waiting for Qualcomm to respond with their upcoming dual core processors).
     
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    Its a tie between Motorola and HTC to me. I favor Motorola, but HTC has alot of Android phones out.
     

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