orb3000 · Dec 5, 2010 at 06:00 pm

XDA – The Best hTC Device of 2010 Voting Poll

Every year since 2008, we launch a yearly poll to know what members’ preferences are regarding hTC devices. In other words, what is the best device that hTC has come up with throughout 2010? This year, we have included fifteen models launched in 2010. We have taken all the information from our sister site pdadb.net.
On previous years, we had an approximate of 6,000 members who voted and we expect to break that number for this year.
As of this year, a lot of different brands started to take root on XDA. Therefore, we will prepare a poll for the non hTC devices of 2010 soon.

Please support this poll by participating here.

You can visit 2008 and 2009 polls here.


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