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Site starts 'Android Cup' to see which phone will reign supreme

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Jun 2010 23:04 User comments (4)

Site starts 'Android Cup' to see which phone will reign supreme LaptopMag has started its first ever Android Cup this week, pitting 16 Android smartphones against each other in a bracket voted on by any user visiting the site.
The first match, if it can even be called a competition, is between the new HTC Incredible and the Samsung Behold II.

HTC's Incredible has a 3.7-inch multi-touch AMOLED screen, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, Android 2.1 (for now) and an 8MP camera. The phone also has the popular HTC Sense UI layer, and an optical trackpad.

The Behold II was Samsung's second ever Android phone. It has a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a small 480x320 resolution, a slower 528-MHz processor and a 5MP camera. The smartphone only runs Android 1.5, and has TouchWiz and Cube UI layers.

As of posting, the Incredible is winning 97 percent to 3 percent, with over 2300 votes cast.

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4 user comments

115.6.2010 13:28

dell streak vs EVO for the final?

shame none of them have a physical kb.

215.6.2010 23:48

Why is the Droid Eris in the competition when the Sony Xperia X10 isn't? And the dell streak isn't even out yet, and it is a tablet...it is all very silly, and in the end it will probably not be the best phone that wins.

316.6.2010 11:08

Originally posted by shaffaaf:
shame none of them have a physical kb.
The Droid and the Backflip do.

417.6.2010 18:25

Is the Xperia X10 not an android phone too?

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