orb3000 · Dec 20, 2010 at 12:08 pm

Flash News: Partial Results On The Best Devices of 2010

As you may know, we have been running two polls in the General section to know what XDA members think regarding the best device launched in 2010. Here we bring you the partial results up to date:

The Best hTC Device of 2010

1. T-Mobile Leo
2. Evo 4G
3. Desire HD
4. Desire
5. Nexus One

The Best non-hTC Device of 2010

1. ZTE Blade
2. Galaxy S I9000
3. Epic 4G
4. Nexus S
5. Vibrant

As we know some models like Nexus S just hit the market, so the poll will be open till March to ensure more accurate results.

Have you voted yet? If not, please do so.

hTC devices poll

Non hTC devices poll


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