admin · Nov 23, 2011 at 11:52 am

Vote for the Best Phone of 2011!

This year was huge for the smartphone world. Dual-core processors became commonplace, propelling our devices to new levels of performance. Screen quality increased with each OEM coming out with a new technology like Samsung’s Super AMOLED Plus and HTC’s Super-LCD. Devices became impossibly thin, like with the Galaxy S II and the Droid RAZR. Software also made huge leaps, with the release of Android 4.0 and Windows Phone 7.5, ushering in great new features. But which phone will go down as the best smartphone of 2011? We’ve scoured the XDA forums to find the most popular devices of this year, and we’ve made a comprehensive poll so that you can vote on the best phone of 2011. Click on to cast your vote!

Tablets:

HTC EVO 3D 4G (Sprint) (Forum)

HTC Sensation XE

HTC Sensation XL  (Forum

HTC ThunderBolt 4G (Verizon Wireless) (Forum)

HTC Titan (Forum)

LG P990 Optimus 2X Unlocked (Forum)

Motorola DROID BIONIC  (Forum)

Motorola DROID RAZR  (Forum)

Motorola Photon 4G (Sprint) (Forum)

Nokia Lumia 800  (Forum)

Samsung Focus S 4G

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Forum)

Samsung Galaxy Note (Forum)

Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G (Sprint) (Forum)

Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket 4G (AT&T) (Forum)

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G (T-Mobile) (Forum)

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