Captainkrtek · Dec 8, 2010 at 06:00 am

Vote for the Best Non-HTC Device of the Year!

As we saw in the other poll for the vote for the best HTC device of 2010, we have just created another poll for anyone else that does not have an HTC device. You can vote for the following devices:

  • Streak
  • Venue Pro
  • Droid 2
  • Droid X
  • Bravo
  • Flipside
  • Flipout
  • Droid Pro
  • Defy
  • Archos Gen8
  • Viewsonic G Tablet
  • Fascinate
  • Captivate
  • Vibrant
  • Epic 4G
  • I9000
  • Galaxy 3
  • Nexus S
  • Continuum
  • Omnia 7
  • Focus
  • Tab
  • Xperia X10
  • X10 Mini
  • X8
  • GT540 Optimus
  • Quantum
  • Optimus One
  • Optimus 7

If we are missing a device, feel free to PM me and I will add it to the poll and the post. So, what are you waiting for! Go on and cast your vote for the best HTC and Non-HTC device of the year.


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