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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Legacystar, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. Legacystar

    Legacystar Android Enthusiast
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    taken from phone arena

    Consumer Reports is supposed to have its finger on the pulse of the country. Recently, 50,000 readers were polled and only 54% were completely or very satisfied with their carrier and 67% had at least one major complaint. The top rated carrier was-no surprise-Verizon Wireless. Big Red finished numero uno with a score of 75. Number two with 70 points was T-Mobile. Sprint was third and AT&T was at the bottom with scores of 67 and 66, respectively.

    The top ranked smartphone was the Apple iPhone 3GS with a score of 74, followed by the iPhone 3G with 71. The first non-iPhone model was the HTC Touch Pro2, also with a score of 71. The latter device is available on all of the top four U.S. carriers and twice was sold out at Verizon, once at AT&T where it is known as the Tilt2. Tied for third with a score of 70 was the HTC Imagio, Samsung Omnia, Nokia N97 and myTouch 3G. Despite heavy anticipation of its launch for the first half of the year, the Palm Pre was not a high scorer in the survey. To demonstrate the depth of love for the top ranked device, 98% of iPhone users said that they would buy another iPhone while 79% of other models were able to answer that they would buy their phone again.

    As for featurephones, the multi-talented LG enV Touch scored the highest with a 74 followed by the Samsung Alias 2 with a 72. Tied with a score of 70 was the Samsung Rogue and the LG Versa, all Verizon phones. Sprint's top featurephone was the Samsung Instinct HD with a 66 and the top AT&T model was the LG Xenon with a 69.

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  2. Headsong

    Headsong Member

    Hmmm. That's not much spread between best and worse for the cell providors. I expected that VZW would be much higher. Must be slipping. Nice to know that HTC finished so well...maybe that is an option if an new one hits before my hot hands get my Droid.
  3. Howie

    Howie Android Expert

  4. syntrix

    syntrix Android Expert

  5. Legacystar

    Legacystar Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    what are they saying lol?
  6. syntrix

    syntrix Android Expert

    stuff like the difference is insignificant, ATT has the best speeds and postcards, yay.

    Basically they are in emo denial, but could care less about reality.
  7. Legacystar

    Legacystar Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    like idk how they think they have the fastest speeds my droid rapes the 3gs on the web. everywhere i've seen verizon is getting faster
    "realworld" speeds. i know att has a theoredicaly faster network but that doesn't meen shit if you can't use that speed.
  8. aaron5610

    aaron5610 Member

    AT&T sucks! No surprise to me that they are on the bottom, that's where they should be!

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