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top 10 smartphones!

 
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in the link below there's a nice list of the top 10 smart phones according to PC World Test Center reviews.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/125397/top_10_cell_phones.html
T-Mobile G1 is ahead iPhone 3G! :]

Do you agree with the list?
Do you think some smart phone based on Android can reach the first place?
 
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Well, they are comparing Hardware primarily and they are looking at the best buy (cost of the phone + plan). I think what we, as developers, see in Android or iPhone SDK is the unlimited possibilities of software that will work on good hardware.

Hence, the Blackberry would never get the first spot when looking at it that way. J2ME is dead, and will likely not be resurrected.
 
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That list looks out of whack to me. Readers seem to agree with me, because i noticed it has 402 No votes to 90 Yes votes at the bottom.
 
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Flaviu Simihaian wrote:Well, they are comparing Hardware primarily and they are looking at the best buy (cost of the phone + plan). I think what we, as developers, see in Android or iPhone SDK is the unlimited possibilities of software that will work on good hardware.




Flaviu Simihaian wrote:J2ME is dead, and will likely not be resurrected.


good to know it. :]
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