Last week we asked you which smartphone is the best on the market today. This is, naturally, a matter of personal opinion and preference, but among the 8 choices provided in the poll, one phone was a clear winner. Two devices fought it for second place until the very end, and the rest of the pack got left behind. So which smartphone won?
Out of 1,082 readers who voted, the results were divided as follows: 3% voted for the Blackberry Z10, 5% think the Sony Xperia Z is the best device in the market, the Nokia Lumia 920 received 6% of the votes. Next came the HTC One with 10% of the votes, followed closely by the Samsung Galaxy Note II which received 12% of the votes. This brings us to third place, honorably occupied by the iPhone 5, with 16% of the votes; the Nexus 4 in second place, with 18% of the votes; and the clear winner, with 24% of the votes, is the Samsung Galaxy S III. 5% of the readers voted for the “other” option, and you can read the comments to find out what their favorite device is.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Harry Barnes, who won 150 reward points for his contribution!
This week’s poll question is: Will Your Next Laptop Have A Touchscreen?
Up until recently, touchscreens were mainly seen on smartphones and tablets. The launch of Windows 8, coupled with the advent of ultra-light Ultrabooks, made it more logical for laptops to come with touchscreens. Recently, we reviewed (and liked) the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga which comes with a touchscreen – an Ultrabook that seems to be popular among our readers. But is the touchscreen on laptops really useful? Is it a feature you’d want on your new laptop? Would you tolerate it, or does it seem completely unnecessary?
What is a touchscreen good for on a laptop? What would you use it for? If you don’t like the idea, why not? Discuss everything below!