Your Vote For Best T-Mobile Phone Of 2010?

It’s been a great year for the T-Mobile faithful with plenty to cheer about in the Magenta world. We’ll have a year in review up soon to recap all the highs and lows that T-Mobile has undergone in 2010 but, for now, we want ask an important question to all of the T-Mobile world. What is the best phone of 2010? We’ve included a list of the likely suspects below but feel free to write in your own or ask me to add something else to the list. You can only vote once so think carefully. What phone did you truly lust over this year?

We look forward to T-Mobile greatly expanding their lineup in 2011 and, with CES just days away, we should get a pretty clear image of what T-Mobile has planned. Stay tuned!


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  • Anonymous

    i don’t have one, but it’s gotta be the Nexus One, IMHO! I have Vibrant and if GPS worked flawlessly, and Samsung held all of the promises *coughFroyocough* it would have had some potential here in the vote. Don’t know much about new Nexus S, or G2 though they seem to be viable contenders.

    • Anonymous

      Nexus S is nothing like the Galaxy S man. Different feel, Stock android 2.3, Smooth operation. Its just so great.

  • Carms

    I’ve tried all even the Nexus S and myTouch4G beat it in speed tests even! =p XO Carms

    • Anonymous

      duh new tech faster radio chip = Faster its called progress

      • Carms

        no sweetie I meant that MY EMERALD aka myTouch 4G beat the NEXUS S in speed tests. Yet the Nexus S is running aoo the dings and jingles allegedly. It’s called regress in this case for Nexus.

      • Carms

        no sweetie I meant that MY EMERALD aka myTouch 4G beat the NEXUS S in speed tests. Yet the Nexus S is running aoo the dings and jingles allegedly. It’s called regress in this case for Nexus.

  • HTC HD7 is a beauty!

    • Anonymous

      so is its exact twin the HD2

      • DIRECT DEALER

        Sorry u can’t compare Windows 7 with Windows 6.5 its like day and night. Buddy are u sure ur not thinking of AT&T phones and you’re trolling in the wrong forum? Cause it seems like you’re clueless….

  • glasworks

    Clara!

  • niko.

    Gotta say, Motorola Defy F’s all of these phones up! Motorola defy owner you know what i mean…

    • Anonymous

      Not to hate on the phone but what is so great about it? Its toughness and…?

      • Anonymous

        Sometimes we need a device that will save us from our own clumsiness.

        • J-Hop2o6

          I see what u did there, lol.. but how is my G2 loosing against the MT4G!??

        • Axel14

          most people dont want to root the phone to have fun

    • niko.

      Its definitely not the greatest phone spec wise, ill agree to that… but the phone is water proof, scratch proof, has the best most sensitive screen ive ever seen on a phone, my quadrant test for the phone goes to 1800 which id say is pretty good for a midrange phone… the flashlite allows me to view full sites without having to re load them from the mobile site (not to many can say that about their phone) . Motoblur keeps you more connected than anything, and it finally runs smoothly on this phone. The battery is the best EVER: i used the phone (texting, games (gameboid), live wallpaper, web, calls, etc…) and the battery lasted for a good day and a half with no charge. that kicks all other smart phones waaaaay out the park. the open Gl graphics makes games and android with blur run super smooth. the camera on the phone with flash, is simply amazing, couldnt ask for better! overall id say this is the best android phone to come out this year. or atleast in its price range.

    • niko.

      Its definitely not the greatest phone spec wise, ill agree to that… but the phone is water proof, scratch proof, has the best most sensitive screen ive ever seen on a phone, my quadrant test for the phone goes to 1800 which id say is pretty good for a midrange phone… the flashlite allows me to view full sites without having to re load them from the mobile site (not to many can say that about their phone) . Motoblur keeps you more connected than anything, and it finally runs smoothly on this phone. The battery is the best EVER: i used the phone (texting, games (gameboid), live wallpaper, web, calls, etc…) and the battery lasted for a good day and a half with no charge. that kicks all other smart phones waaaaay out the park. the open Gl graphics makes games and android with blur run super smooth. the camera on the phone with flash, is simply amazing, couldnt ask for better! overall id say this is the best android phone to come out this year. or atleast in its price range.

    • niko.

      Its definitely not the greatest phone spec wise, ill agree to that… but the phone is water proof, scratch proof, has the best most sensitive screen ive ever seen on a phone, my quadrant test for the phone goes to 1800 which id say is pretty good for a midrange phone… the flashlite allows me to view full sites without having to re load them from the mobile site (not to many can say that about their phone) . Motoblur keeps you more connected than anything, and it finally runs smoothly on this phone. The battery is the best EVER: i used the phone (texting, games (gameboid), live wallpaper, web, calls, etc…) and the battery lasted for a good day and a half with no charge. that kicks all other smart phones waaaaay out the park. the open Gl graphics makes games and android with blur run super smooth. the camera on the phone with flash, is simply amazing, couldnt ask for better! overall id say this is the best android phone to come out this year. or atleast in its price range.

    • niko.

      Its definitely not the greatest phone spec wise, ill agree to that… but the phone is water proof, scratch proof, has the best most sensitive screen ive ever seen on a phone, my quadrant test for the phone goes to 1800 which id say is pretty good for a midrange phone… the flashlite allows me to view full sites without having to re load them from the mobile site (not to many can say that about their phone) . Motoblur keeps you more connected than anything, and it finally runs smoothly on this phone. The battery is the best EVER: i used the phone (texting, games (gameboid), live wallpaper, web, calls, etc…) and the battery lasted for a good day and a half with no charge. that kicks all other smart phones waaaaay out the park. the open Gl graphics makes games and android with blur run super smooth. the camera on the phone with flash, is simply amazing, couldnt ask for better! overall id say this is the best android phone to come out this year. or atleast in its price range.

  • trife

    G2 all day for me. Almost stock Android, best of both worlds with touchscreen/physical keyboard combo, usage of the HSPA+ network and a really solid design. And no, the hinge issue isn’t an issue, save for a small handful of users who had legitimate problems.

    This is probably the first phone I’ve had in a long time where I’m completely satisfied and not drooling over what’s coming out next. It just works for me and my needs/wants in a mobile device.

  • Anonymous

    I think the MyTouch4G could make a solid run for number one phone for 2010 regardless of carrier. I have had one since a week after release and love it. The only bad thing I could say about it is the speaker sucks, but if that’s the only thing that’s not superior to almost every other phone I’ve ever touched, I can live with that.

    • Anonymous

      Superiority eh? If you’ve only touched feature phones then yeah the MT4G is easily superior. The Vibrant’s(Galaxy S’) SAMOLED screen and Hummingbird processor is easly superior. Unfortunently “plasticy” build and lack of updates hold it back dramatically.

      • Anonymous

        You’re right about the screen on the Galaxy S being better. The Hummingbird processor is a bit debatable since it’s better raw specs doesn’t translate to better performance in the Vibrant. The MT4G gets great quadrant scores, but also just runs smooth.

        • Anonymous

          The graphics on the Nexus S and Vibrant beat anything HTC thought up with android hands down. Nexus S is unbelievably smooth.

        • Axel14

          im just gonna say it Nexus S sucks

        • Anonymous

          The graphics on the Nexus S and Vibrant beat anything HTC thought up with android hands down. Nexus S is unbelievably smooth.

  • 3pcssuits

    HD2 for one reason alone it can run two operating systems and it still current to some extent. But my other choice would be Nexus S

    • Blazinn831

      were talking about 2010 read the article

  • Joseph

    mytouch 4G winning? What has the world come to? That phone is HORRIBLE!

    Vanilla Android FTW

    • Anonymous

      Garbage @$$ Espresso

    • Axel14

      its winning because it is the only good phone out of two which the other is the nexus one

  • Jlaigo2

    Rooted/Updated Vibrant blows them all away. Stock would come in last.

    • Anonymous

      Try loading a custom rom. Vibrant is a very versatile, impossible to brick. I like that I can run most recent leaks from samsung, or completely custom with a gingerbread theme. Quite fun!

  • Nexus One baby. You cannot get any better than 2.99 for full data access!

    • 2.99? How?

      • Mark

        on my G2 data works for free, i have no data plan whatsoever, i cant even sign up for data plan online it says i need to call tmobile yet everything works just fine can anyone else confirm this?

        • Zain

          i dont think you can even upgrade to g2 without the data plan!

        • Anonymous

          You can’t. All android phones require it except for the comet and LG Optimus T

        • Anonymous

          You can’t. All android phones require it except for the comet and LG Optimus T

        • Axel14

          Those two require it two my kids have both of em and the dataplan is required

        • Anonymous

          Check your bill.

        • niko.

          lol wait til your $10,000 data coverage bill comes in….

        • Mark

          I downloaded only 1MB for a test now i’ll wait for my bill and report back to you guys. I have another line with data plan as well. I just switch sim cards to see if i can get web access on line without data. On line I can see that they record MB on both lines except under data it shows 0 even though lower it displays history with dates and amount of data. On the other hand the line with web access shows both amount of data and lower it displays detailed history. I’ll see what will happen but since it shows 0 for data I don’t think they will charge me.

        • Mark

          I tied Vibrant , hd7 and some other edge phones and data would not work but on G2 it does.

        • Mark

          If someone has prepaid t mobile account and access to g2 please check if data works for free. I know m.yahoo,com works but other website may work too.

    • how are you paying that little

    • how are you paying that little

  • yeah gooo MT4G best phone

  • NokiaN900User

    Nexus S hands down. By the time Mytouch 4G is getting gingerbread, My Nexus S will be on the latest OS

  • HD2 all the way Its hackable affordable and high end specs.

  • HD2 all the way Its hackable affordable and high end specs.

  • Anonymous

    Dell Venue Pro!

  • Anonymous

    Dell Venue Pro!

  • Cliq=Done

    NOT the Moto Cliq

    • Axel14

      as a ex CLIQ user i say Moto Cliq FTL

    • Axel14

      as a ex CLIQ user i say Moto Cliq FTL

    • Axel14

      as a ex CLIQ user i say Moto Cliq FTL

  • Anonymous

    My girl wants a MT4G. I wonder if its because of its greatness or its commercial appeal??

    • Djdeca14

      They like new stuff lol

  • I have a G2 and my wife has a MyTouch 4G but I voted for the Nexus One.

  • Obnox113

    G2!!!! FTW!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Does anybody else have problems with this site? Jumbled icons, unable to make a post, never retains password even though its stored? Love the sight tho? And I need mobile back.

  • Anonymous

    Does anybody else have problems with this site? Jumbled icons, unable to make a post, never retains password even though its stored? Love the sight tho? And I need mobile back.

  • chrisrj28

    @David, Managing Editor

    Why isn’t the HD2 on this list? It may have WinMo 6.5 but it is easily upgradeable to WinMo 6.5.3 and Android 2.2/2.3/Whatever comes next. And soon to be Upgradeable to Windows Phone 7, easily T-Mobile’s most versatile and underrated phone

  • Djdeca14

    The g2 is the best. IPhone look out

  • Anonymous

    I have a Nexus One and the new MyTouch 4G. I didn’t think the Nexus One was considered a T-Moble phone so I voted for the MyTouch 4G. Others are voting for the Nexus One so I am changing my vote to the Nexus One as well. The MyTouch 4G is very close 2nd the quality of construction, looks, software and running on the HSPA+ network is one fast phone. My download speeds are between 3.5 to over 7 mb during peek hours. Upload speeds are a very slid 1.4 mb. I switch back and forth using booth phones but I must say no phone feels as good in the hand as the Nexus One.
    THANK YOU T-MOBILE for such a great line up of devices.

  • Hoppysport

    This is a tough question because we all have very different requirements. I was coming off of the Blackberry 9700 and bought the G2. Great phone, but the landscape keyboard was too big a reach for me. I also needed seamless Outlook syncing…something Android doesn’t do well.

    So I bought the Dell Venue Pro. Still getting used to Windows Phone 7, but I definitely do like it. It’s a beautiful piece of hardware…truly well-crafted. But what made a huge difference for me is the portrait slide-down keyboard. Is is as nice as the 9700’s? No, but it’s not far off.

    I just wish that BB would get it together and make a slider with a Snapdragon processor and a decent web experience. They should hire or simply read these terrific poster’s and get their heads out of the sand.

  • roy

    G2! A physical qwerty phone with 4G data — no other phone combines those two things.

    • k-mack

      totally agree!

    • Anonymous

      epic 4g cough

      • Axel14

        ur talking about the phone still siting on 2.1 with GPS with a company that charges for 4G made by Samsung aka the worst company at updating in all of time besides Motorola also its made out of mostly plastic and it costs $250 as opposed to the better EVO which only costs $200 horrible battery life with all of that I don’t see what is so Epic about it

      • Axel14

        ur talking about the phone still siting on 2.1 with GPS with a company that charges for 4G made by Samsung aka the worst company at updating in all of time besides Motorola also its made out of mostly plastic and it costs $250 as opposed to the better EVO which only costs $200 horrible battery life with all of that I don’t see what is so Epic about it

  • Petey

    Tough question… would probably vote for the iphone if it came to tmobile this year… but other than that… it’s a hard decision.

  • Petey

    Tough question… would probably vote for the iphone if it came to tmobile this year… but other than that… it’s a hard decision.

  • Bob

    Man, who is sad person who voted for Garminfone? Hope it was a joke…

    • it would have been a good phone if it was Garmin and Htc making the phone

  • Anonymous

    And the MyTouch 4G wins!!!!!

  • Emuniz1215

    The G2. The MT4G looks like a 16 year old girl phone and the Nexus S lacks some key features like expandable memory and HSPA+ . Cyanogen has a G2 …. nuff said

    • Gusgomez702

      Thats my thought exactly on the MT4G that looks like a females phone…even Dwayne Wade looks uncomfortableholding it…but my vote is for the HD7 definately love this phone.

  • Dan

    My vote is for the MT4G, I tried the G2 and the way the keyboard snaps out was worrisome plus with swype, the physical keyboard isn’t needed. Espresso really isnt too bad on the MT4G it doesnt slow the phone down at all, it also feels great in the hand. With all that said, my MT4G is rooted with CM and overclocked to 1.8ghz stable! over 2800 quadrant! BTW I did not root or change OS because of problems with the stock rom, I just wanted to try something new

    • Anonymous

      ummm…………………. to overclock don’t you need root? you even said “With all that said, my MT4G is ROOTED with CM and overclocked to 1.8ghz stable! over 2800 quadrant!”

      • pantlesspenguin

        Reading comprehension…you’re doing it wrong. He said: BTW I did not root or change OS because of problems with the stock rom, I just wanted to try something new.

  • Kendrix_myrealname

    ive had the HD2, MyTouch 3G, Nexus One, iPhone, Blackberry and Vibrant this year. I must say I like the Vibrant but the Nexus One grabs my vote. Can almost careless about speeds until I get throttled or kicked to EDGE. Just love embarrassing the hell out of my iPhone friends that think their phones are fast on ATT. All in all, I voted Nexus One. You will never understand until you hold one in your hands how awesome this phone is. Build quality, screen size, speeds, battery life, HTC, having a phone where people are like “what is that?”, unlocked… Best phone period.

    • Guest

      I think I traded a BB 8900 for your white MT3G a year ago lol

    • Anonymous

      You said it all. You only know how good the Nexus One is if you had the chance to own one. No phone feels better in the hand then the Nexus One.

  • Auser72

    As a owner of mtg4 and vibrant was real close. The display on vibrant is in a league of it own and had me thinking about sending my mt4g back a many of times during 14 day return
    . The mt4g edged it out in everyday functionality, and feel if vibrant had gotten froyo update to unlock some of its hardware potential it would have easily one. G2 gets honorable mention, I feel its more of a niche phone at this point for those who need physical keyboard.

  • Uembeck

    mytouch 1.5 with the froyo update. oh wait, there’s no such thing! maybe they’ll update before my contract is up?

  • Uembeck

    mytouch 1.5 with the froyo update. oh wait, there’s no such thing! maybe they’ll update before my contract is up?

  • Auser72

    have you even tried using espresso on mt4g? in have tried launcher pro and awd and went back to espresso for its customizabilty and intuitativeness.

  • Jazz

    The Nexus S shouldn’t be included in the survey, it just came out.

    • HYE_TECH

      I disagree since the survey says “Best TMobile Phone of 2010”, it’s still 2010

    • Anonymous

      You do have a point but so does HYE_Tech. It is still 2010 but the device did just release and proper reviews probably won’t happen for another 2 weeks.

    • Anonymous

      As soon as its born its part of the family. You wouldnt be saying that if the NxsS sold iPhone 4 numbers would you??

  • Close2upgrade

    Nexus One hands down. If it wasn’t for The N1 and Google pushing handset specs we probably wouldn’t see half the bad ass phones today.

  • Zain

    g2 is the best phone ever! it looks so much better than mytouch or nexus!

    • Anonymous

      No not better than the Nexus S, not at all. Nooooooooooooooooooope. But its all subjective. Personally I like the MT4G design and build than the G2. As for Nexus S its the best one even my homie on his iPhone 4 was jealous, he was certainly a Apple fanboy but when I let him play with the Nexus S the fanboyism depleted. If you know apple fanboys, they don’t give in for shiit until today. Better camera and display.

  • NipplesRunder8ted

    Funny how the nexus S didn’t get the most votes when it does everything the other phone cannot do…nexus S is the only phone tmobile has that can actually compete with the iPhone, evo, epic, n droid….ridiculous

    • Anonymous

      Most owners probably voted for the phone they have and since the nexus just came out like a week ago…Im not suprised

      • Emuniz1215

        As I said in a previous post the Nexus S lacks some key features like expandable memory and HSPA+ which are major deal breakers for many.

        • HYE_TECH

          Another important element I forgot to mention. Thanks Emuniz1215, HSPA+ is another reason the Nexus S is a joke. Flagship device with no flagship features. That’s ridiculous.

        • Anonymous

          WTF people?

          only two phones up there are hspa+ capable.

          The nexus s is faster than the HD7 I know cuz my cousin has it

        • Emuniz1215

          And it doesn’t make sense that a phone that came out after those 2 wouldn’t have it. I know the processor doesn’t allow it but it is still a deal breaker. The nexus s may have 2.3 but my g2 will have 2.3 before the nexus s has hspa+ because it will never have it. See what I’m saying ?

        • Anonymous

          No I do not at all see what you are saying. It makes no sense what so ever. I hardly get above 2mbps HSPA+ isn’t launched thoroughly enough in America for it to be a factor in making a decision between phones. Nexus S is more long term in any case. The average speeds most people get is below 7.2mbps so until t-mobile upgrades to 42mbps not having HSPA+ doesn’t matter. We will still get the same speeds on average as someone with an HSPA+ device until that rollout to 42mbps of which isn’t until halfway into next year or the end of next year so HSPA+ is really moot at this point because by the time your phone averages HSPA+ speeds the Nexus 3 will already be in production. How is it really a deal breaker? I highly doubt you are maxing out speed on a HSPA device. If you aren’t doing that then it really does not matter. If HSPA+ is a deal breaker then that is a shame. Its truly a great device. The best one out by far. There are less problems with this than any other phone.

        • Axel14

          the nexus s has set itself apart fromm other androids because of the thing it doesnt have not 2.3 2.4 2.6 3.8 5.9 it doesn’t matter how many times it gets updated it will still be obselete

        • Emuniz1215

          And it doesn’t make sense that a phone that came out after those 2 wouldn’t have it. I know the processor doesn’t allow it but it is still a deal breaker. The nexus s may have 2.3 but my g2 will have 2.3 before the nexus s has hspa+ because it will never have it. See what I’m saying ?

        • Axel14

          talk when you can compare it to the Mytouch or G2

    • HYE_TECH

      First of all, it just came out recently so I’m assuming that people who are voting are picking phones they are using. Secondly, the Nexus S is like the assortments of Galaxy S phones out there but It lacks a microSD, full 720p HD recording, I have a Vibrant and a G2 (thanks to TmoNews…)…the Vibrant is an excellent competitor to the iPhone. The Nexus S has a NFC chip that will not be widely adopted anytime this year or first half of next and a FFC cam that didn’t even include a 1st party app from Google. IMO, the Nexus S is a joke to the “Nexus” line of Google phones. Its more like an updated Nexus One. Evolutionary not revolutionary. It’s not much different from the Galaxy S lines and thats sad because it’s suppose to set the bar.

  • MIKEEEEE

    ever since i started posting here i always crowed for a UMA/ANDROID.

    now, i got one.

    motorola DEFY.

    i’m happy as a clam.

    • niko.

      Motorola Defy kills! nothing can “kill” this phone

    • niko.

      Motorola Defy kills! nothing can “kill” this phone

  • Anonymous

    I voted for HTC HD7 as it is my primary device…It easily has the the biggest screen out of all those that
    after using it for nearly 2 months, it makes using any other non 4.3 small…

    and my user experience with Windows Phone 7 is great. Again, this is MY OPINION
    but if i had to vote for android, my vote would’ve went to Mytouch 4g

  • BobbyPhoenix

    Desire HD

  • MT4G got my vote but my NexusOne is still holding strong and thats why I’m using both devices atm…

    • Anonymous

      I also have both phones and my Nexus One is still the phone that I reach for more often then my new MyTouch 4G. I keep the Nexus stock for the OTA updates and have the MyTouch rooted and loaded. Love my Nexus One, still the best made and looking device out there. Still holding it’s own.

  • Swaggaboystackz

    Wouldve voted samsung vibrant but samsung screwed us on updates once again

  • Swaggaboystackz

    Wouldve voted samsung vibrant but samsung screwed us on updates once again

    • e.r.

      Samsung might have screwed us on updates, but they sure made it up on hardware and thanks to my buddies over at xda I’m strutting Froyo and will get a nice taste of gingerbread soon.

      • Axel14

        They screwed yall on plastic hardware also MT4g FTW

    • true g2 loyal tmo customer

      That’s why I stopped buying samsung products after what they did to me n all of us with the behold 2 . Should have learned samsung is fhe most corrupt cheap lying @ss company ever .that’s why I jumped ship to htc or the g2 … lovin this phone especially with cyanogenmod 6.1.1 best rom ever!!! Its a beast now

  • Anonymous

    didn’t the hd2 come out on may or march 23 of this year?

    I got it the day it came out!!

    Like all my phones = )

  • Cosmo10292

    thats kinda scary i got the 666 vote for the mytouch 4g! i like the phone but its a little fragile “/

  • Superboy0202

    the hd2 is without a doubt there best phone. it sold out at midnight when the phone came out online there is no way any phone has sold out quicker then the hd2 did

  • Craibailey

    I have both the G2 and the Vibrant, but I find myself always picking up the G2. :-)

  • Craibailey

    I have both the G2 and the Vibrant, but I find myself always picking up the G2. :-)

  • Sgt. Cell

    My vote goes to the HD2, if you voted for the HD7, same thing (Primarily), different OS.

  • Anonymous

    I voted for other for the HD2…it freaking runs the Evo, MT4G, Nexus One, Desire, and DesireHD software!!!! Plus RAM Stock Android is just pure awesome!

  • mt4g10

    lol i voted 20 times for mt4g

  • the MYTOUCH4G beat them all

    • someotherguy

      the g2 its just up ahead…

      • Axel14

        The myTouch its more popular

  • Mtnman

    Okay, my question is who’s the 3 people that voted for the Charm?

    • Anonymous

      me!!
      because I never had one but would like to

    • Anonymous

      me!!
      because I never had one but would like to

    • Tcontento

      funny, I got this for my daughter. She seems to like it…. but the 2.5″ rectangle screen would drive me nuts after using the 4″ Vibrant.

  • youcantrushagenuis

    my vote goes to the NEXUS one. it gets all the new updates, feels great. speeds are awesome. probably the only thing it lacks is the auto focus on the camera. I have had the G2, Mytouch 4g, hd7, and the nexus one still catches my eye after almost a year.

  • youcantrushagenuis

    my vote goes to the NEXUS one. it gets all the new updates, feels great. speeds are awesome. probably the only thing it lacks is the auto focus on the camera. I have had the G2, Mytouch 4g, hd7, and the nexus one still catches my eye after almost a year.

    • Anonymous

      +1
      yea I got my first update and its only been 6 days!!

      Vibrant hasn’t had any updates and its been MONTHS

      • Anonymous

        He said Nexus One.

    • Anonymous

      +1
      yea I got my first update and its only been 6 days!!

      Vibrant hasn’t had any updates and its been MONTHS

    • Bodey

      I was am a huge Nexus One fan but I have to give it to my Mytouch 4G rooted. It feels faster, has a front facing camera, and has a bigger memory threshold. The design is nice (eventhough I loved the nexus) and with vanilla in it, it just feels amazing to be quite honest. Definitely have to choose this as my best til something with the hardware, size screen, and compact-ability comes out.

  • true g2 loyal tmo customer

    Please vote carefully and please do not vote if you do not own any of theese phines or not own a tmobile phone at all . Ok
    Please be truthfull .
    I voted htc g2 truely the best!! Think u shud too

  • Bee Hopes

    Hd2 was sold out everywhere in cleveland! Decided to wait for android Vibrant.

  • Bloggingpig

    Nokia Nuron by far! ^o^

    How many phones on T-mo for <$100 let you have on your $5.99/unlimited internet plan:

    1. Tethering supported right out of the box by the OEM software.
    2. Free offline GPS maps with voice nav for life – as long as you've got memory card space, you can just fill up the phone from your PC and nav even when there's no cellular service. British female voice is my pick!
    Driving interface is very nice and lots of display modes to pick from allows you to go from 3D display to simple white on black text only display. Dashboard keeps track of relevants – miles covered, distance, est. time to target, avg mph, etc.
    3. Nice Opera Mobile performance.
    4. 640×360 resolution screen that makes wanting an iPhone 4 not an issue – pixels are tiny enough that they don't matter. Converted videos look tack-sharp HD!
    5. Solid music player performance – distortion, etc. with 3.5mm headphone jack.
    6. Nice drop performance – unlike most glass-front smartphones, this baby can take drops w/o issues. Plastic body helps with the bounce, and easily replaceable with eBay parts.
    7. Has free Swype (betalabs.nokia.com).
    8. Free 24/7 streaming TV using SPB TV.
    9. Free Internet Radio (hundreds of Shoutcast stations) using S60 Internet Radio, in addition to built-in FM Radio player that can output to headphones and speakerphone (latter a godsend).
    10. Easy to setup email that pulls like a Blackberry from Yahoo, Google, IMAP, POP, etc. accounts into the built-in client w/o fuss.
    11. Can be used with QQ FEP & M-VK & MFep60 & Opera Mobile to browse and enter Chinese & Japanese.
    12. Handles 16+GB MicroSD cards w/o a hitch.
    13. Has voice command & recognition for dialing names and other phone commands.
    14. Can record 640×480 MP4 video for hours until the battery dies or memory card runs out of space.
    15. Can be used with OBDScope (cheap software) + ELM 327 Bluetooth OBDII ($25) Scan tool (far, far cheaper than a Scantool!!!!) to HYPERMILE to the max! =D Probably one of the nicest tools around for tracking and squeezing the most MPG out of your car!

    Okay, so it doesn't have 'games' (er, DS, PSP far better at this. Better games, too – Metal Gear, Call of Duty, Final Fantasy, Monster Hunter, SOCOM, Mario, etc.), apps galore (what's the point when everything's already on the internet and it's unlimited and fast on 3G), esoterics (like a good EPWING dictionary program), but at <$100 (even cheaper on craigslist.com used) for an unlimited tethering, GPS, basic camera & mp3 & TV & radio replacement, well, can't find anything out cheaper or better at this price.

    Flash is limited to the basic Lite version, but free YouTube client takes care of the basics.

    2nd best pick would be the HTC HD2 – only phone out there that is very hackable and dual-boots Windows and Android nicely for a decent ~$250 price off craigslist, yet has access to the huge number of apps out for both platforms.

    Only problem with HD2s, like most other glass-front smartphones?
    Screen breakage is a very common thing and you can see many dead HD2's on eBay and craigslist for scrap sale.

    Having tried both capacitive (skin touch – HD2, iPhone, most $$$$ smartphones) and resistive (pressure – Nuron), I still go for resistive! No way I'm gonna take off my ski gloves just to enter stuff on my phone in freezing weather! Nuron's sensitive enough (DS like) that I'm not bothered at all by it.

    • Anonymous

      You might have just convinced me to get a Nokia Nuron as a back up phone but I’ll wait until the off contract price drops.

  • Anonymous

    Best phone is the G2 almost stock android and physical keyboard great combo. Anyone looking to sell their G2 or Nexus One? I upgraded in june and choose the MT3GS due to the slim pickings at the time and the keyboard. If anyone out there is looking to sell their Nexus One or G2 I am willing to buy

    • Anonymous

      I am in 2 weeks. Just waiting ship it out for a new, so it’ll be new. Let me know. I post regulary in the forums so we can discuss it there/private message.

      • Anonymous

        G2 or Nexus One

      • Anonymous

        G2 or Nexus One

      • Anonymous

        G2 or Nexus One

  • Bodey

    Mytouch 4g rooted with cyanogenmod

  • Zitrodj

    If T-M was smart they would get rid of sumsung product line. Or rename it sumsucks , no froyo 2.2
    for vibrant. It make T-M look bad as provider and cellphone Company. If this company wants to number #1
    sum day, it has deliver upgrades to there customers before the.The number #1 company or stay
    number #2 or Become number #3 in 1-01-2011. Froyo 2.2 = 0 samsung vibrant sold 3Million=?
    T-mobile= worthless.

    • twag

      just making sure….you’re aware that none of the US galaxy s phones have 2.2, right? As in, not even Verizon, the #1 carrier.

      • Tcontento

        So true, I love how people blame the manufacture when it is a carrier thing… people people people….. if you want 2.2 on your vibrant, root it. It is easy, plenty of roms out there that runs well….. and lets face it, you will have better customization then t-mobile/samsung froyo will ever put out….. stop the whinning.

  • true g2 loyal tmo customer

    Htc g2 is the best!!
    Got the cyanogenmod 6.1.1 on it and its truely amazing now
    I got 2590 on my quadrant also with OC to 1590 iits a beast now I love the g2

  • Anonymous

    Nexus S and all its glory :)

  • UC

    What happened to nokia e73? It was not even mentioned!

  • SirMac

    HD2 runs winmo, android, and very soon wp7, I cant believe it wasnt even mentioned.

  • ravidavi

    Hmmm let’s see here … a poll asking users which phone they think is the best. These users are, presumably, owners of T-Mobile phones. And they bought the phone that they thought was best. So they vote for that phone.

    So really, this is just a poll of “which T-Mobile phone do you own?”

    Had this poll been, “Which T-Mobile phone has made the biggest impact on Android,” the answer would have been an overwhelming Nexus One (which I don’t own). That phone is the sole reason why all other amazing Android phones exist, and is still (1 year after its launch) the phone that all new ones are compared to. What other phone can say that?

  • zerooxide

    What happened to the HD2? It was by far the most versatile phone on almost every carrier. Granted it came stock with Windows Mobile but was capable of running multiple operating systems flawlessly.

  • Tyrone M Jackson

    Given how T-Mobile doesn’t support their phones, who cares? Oh yea. “Soon” at T-Mobile, as in “Your Android phone will get its OS update soon”, means greater than 7 months.

  • Jprz_m

    Well, if Tmobile carry the Iphone it will be the best of course

    • Anonymous

      Why? I wouldnt buy an iPhone even if it was on TMO..Not all of us are sheep

      • I own an unlocked iPhone and I’m no sheep!

        • Slotlover

          unlocked = your choice of carrier for service… it doesnt mean that your free to use the device as you see fit! hence the term sheep! pfft not a chance in h311 anyone with half a brain should own an apple of any kind!
          yes your sheep… with gold master cards! or as my mom used to say “more money then sense!”

        • Anonymous

          that was just wack.

        • Anonymous

          Honestly David I have never seen anyone admit to being an iSheep so just because you say your not doesn’t mean you aren’t. The people who aren’t fanboys are the ones who can easily admit the faults of a OS and still love it. I personally use Android OS and iOS4 all day and when it comes to my phone I prefer my Nexus S over the current iPhone. I say that Android OS and iOS are almost 50/50 when it comes to usability and functionality. Android = super customizable and iOS = great games.

        • Hockeylvn

          android has 8 track multitrack recording capability for musicians like iphone app store? i havent seen it yet..

        • Anonymous

          Why does that matter seriously? Are you trying to prove a point? The fact is that I never go anywheres without my Nexus S and iPod touch 4 so I know my way around both platforms very very well. There are a lot off awesome apps that are not available on iOS and vice versa. I know that with a simple update to iOS the iPhone could easily surpass Android like nothing but on Android they can’t have good games like iOS without some serious changes. It is thanks to Steve Jobs’ ego that Android was able to grow so big so fast. I think that he is trying to stop Android by finally giving in to Verizon and giving them a cdma version of the iPhone, that would be a very big blow to Android.

    • Anonymous

      close your mouth and get off your knees :)

  • Anonymous

    yeah good one!

  • Where is the HD2??!! With its ability to be the only phone to run WM6, Android and WP7, it is 100% the most versatile phone in the lineup! Had the HD7 been already been hacked to do all that, i may change my vote…

  • TruFactz™

    Idk. Bluetooth 3.0, certified Divx HD playback out the box, nice onboard storage, amazing video capability, stunning screen, cortex A8 (IPhone has A4) processor with a gpu that yields 90 million triangles a second (faster than any android device to date)…….OK Samsung fried us on the update, still haven’t heard we ain’t gone get it. I’m rolling wit the vibrant.

    • Anonymous

      Is that a wish list or an imaginary T-Mobile phone?

      • Ha!

        that is the Vibrant

    • Anonymous

      scratch that I didnt even know my vibrant had 3.0 and I completely forgot the Hummingbird is the code name for Cortex A8.

      • Iseeupan

        3.0???

  • Gprezz57

    I change phones like I change my underwear( via trade ofcourse)and out of all the Tmo phones that I’ve owned this year which is almost all of them,if the Vibrant would’ve gotten froyo it would be #1 G2 #2 and my current phone Mt4g #3…

    • Clayrios

      Where do you trade your phones? Good idea, I love new phones.

      • Iseeupan

        craigslist

    • Rajiv Shankar

      Where and how do you trade phones? I would love to trade my stupid Vibrant to a Nexus S.

      • Iseeupan

        craigslist

  • Djunio

    THE HTC HD2 IS THE HANDS DOWN PHONE OF THE YEAR. IT CAN DO EVERYTHING, THIS POLL NEEDS TO BE RESTARTED WITH THAT HANDSET ADDED.

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Definitely a tough choice out of the phones listed. I’d have to say the Nexus One. Tmo has definitely filled the need for Android Smartphones. Next year will be alot easier for me to choose due to Meego and the possible devices that may come to Tmo. After watching more Meego vids on Youtube from the Meego In Vehicle UI, Tablet UI, Netbook UI to the Smartphone UI, Meego will revolutionize the Smartphone market. Mark my words. 2011 = Meego Revolution.

    • Anonymous

      I honestly don’t see it happening in 2011 maybe in early 2012 or late 2011

  • In my opinion:
    Branded phone: MyTouch 4
    Unlocked phone: NS

    • Anonymous

      I agree, I love my Nexus S. It would be cool if they were available at a T-mobile store but I’m sure if they were then T-mo would take off the free tethering.

      • Anonymous

        I’m loving my nexus s and typing on it as we speak ;)

  • Rgvicon

    Been a great year for t-mobile without a doubt this year. Had both Nexus 1 and G2. Love Android software the best by far. Only downfall is the battery life, on all Android devices it seems like. I got caught up in the early pre-release of the HD2…..=( worst phone I have ever owned. Still love HTC, but one word killed it for me…….”windows”. I wont even touch the HD7 now. But back to the point. The best phone for ME this year from T-Mobile. The simple yet amazing Blackberry Bold 9780. Not only for the year but my favorite phone to date.

  • Anonymous

    definitely the HD2…..why isn’t it on the list?

  • Anonymous

    definitely the HD2…..why isn’t it on the list?

  • Anonymous

    definitely the HD2…..why isn’t it on the list?

  • Anonymous

    definitely the HD2…..why isn’t it on the list?

  • niko.

    Motorola Defy!!!!! kills all other phones, and cannot be killed!–
    Its definitely not the greatest phone spec wise, ill agree to that… but the phone is water proof, scratch proof, has the best most sensitive screen ive ever seen on a phone, my quadrant test for the phone goes to 1800 which id say is pretty good for a midrange phone… the flashlite allows me to view full sites without having to re load them from the mobile site (not to many can say that about their phone) . Motoblur keeps you more connected than anything, and it finally runs smoothly on this phone. The battery is the best EVER: i used the phone (texting, games (gameboid), live wallpaper, web, calls, etc…) and the battery lasted for a good day and a half with no charge. that kicks all other smart phones waaaaay out the park. the open Gl graphics makes games and android with blur run super smooth. the camera on the phone with flash, is simply amazing, couldnt ask for better! overall id say this is the best android phone to come out this year. or atleast in its price range.

  • Anonymous

    im going to say htc desire hd

  • G2 RAPES THE MYTOUCH!

  • G2 RAPES THE MYTOUCH!

  • G2 RAPES THE MYTOUCH!

  • beastly

    +1 to everything niko said. The Defy is exactly what I needed. Not a powerhouse like the MT4G or the G2, but I love the way everything is kind of optimized for efficiency on it. Best battery on the market, the same size touchscreen as the G2, but much less wasted space all around it, Motoblur (which I find useful, and which does not slow this phone down one bit) a perfectly decent processor and a little over 1 GB of internal memory. Touchscreen is very responsive, and the screen quality is very nice. It doesn’t have Froyo, but XDA has posted a root for it if I ever decide I need to have full flash 10.1. It’s my handy little Android sidekick that I can toss in a pocket full of keys and quarters, or accidentally knock into a sink. It won’t do for the power users who must have a Scorpion-powered HSPA+ capable monster, but it’s a great midrange phone that works very well for me.

    Possibly the most underrated phone on the market. (The HD2 is in the running too, for very different reasons.)

    • niko.

      finally somebody gets me :D

    • GFELLISON

      The Motorola Defy is stopping/or slowing down my buying a G2.. If LOOKS LIKE A GREAT MIDDLE PHONE THAT IS EASILY PLACED IN ONES POCKET.

      • niko.

        it def. is. not gonna promise youll get all the updates youd get with a g2, but youll love the Defy! especially if you want a sturdy phone.

  • beastly

    +1 to everything niko said. The Defy is exactly what I needed. Not a powerhouse like the MT4G or the G2, but I love the way everything is kind of optimized for efficiency on it. Best battery on the market, the same size touchscreen as the G2, but much less wasted space all around it, Motoblur (which I find useful, and which does not slow this phone down one bit) a perfectly decent processor and a little over 1 GB of internal memory. Touchscreen is very responsive, and the screen quality is very nice. It doesn’t have Froyo, but XDA has posted a root for it if I ever decide I need to have full flash 10.1. It’s my handy little Android sidekick that I can toss in a pocket full of keys and quarters, or accidentally knock into a sink. It won’t do for the power users who must have a Scorpion-powered HSPA+ capable monster, but it’s a great midrange phone that works very well for me.

    Possibly the most underrated phone on the market. (The HD2 is in the running too, for very different reasons.)

  • beastly

    +1 to everything niko said. The Defy is exactly what I needed. Not a powerhouse like the MT4G or the G2, but I love the way everything is kind of optimized for efficiency on it. Best battery on the market, the same size touchscreen as the G2, but much less wasted space all around it, Motoblur (which I find useful, and which does not slow this phone down one bit) a perfectly decent processor and a little over 1 GB of internal memory. Touchscreen is very responsive, and the screen quality is very nice. It doesn’t have Froyo, but XDA has posted a root for it if I ever decide I need to have full flash 10.1. It’s my handy little Android sidekick that I can toss in a pocket full of keys and quarters, or accidentally knock into a sink. It won’t do for the power users who must have a Scorpion-powered HSPA+ capable monster, but it’s a great midrange phone that works very well for me.

    Possibly the most underrated phone on the market. (The HD2 is in the running too, for very different reasons.)

  • Izorro

    G2 the most vanilla(ish)

  • 123Azul321

    I think Vibrant because it’s the easiest to do things to and the hardest to break. It also has amazingly good Specs. And you can’t really argue that. But everybody has their own opinions and that reflects in the polls.

    • mylackk7

      I would agree the Vibrant is a strong contender in looks (screen) and options, but the battery life is a joke – even with Froyo. The Mytouch 4g definitely deserves 1st place.

    • Axel14

      I have The G4 and my brother looked at it saw what it could do compared to the Vibrant and regrets making that choice for the rest of his life

    • Axel14

      I have The G4 and my brother looked at it saw what it could do compared to the Vibrant and regrets making that choice for the rest of his life

  • Ha!

    Wow really? Who voted for Garmin? Charm? Slide? Just because you own the phone and never used another doesnt make it the best phone of 2010. Narrow these choices to MyTouch4G, Vibrant, G2, and Nexus S.

  • Hockeylvn

    if they really wanted the truth they would have included unlocked/jailbreak iphone in the survey… t mobile knows they are missing what the public wants…. thats why they push the tmobile phones and dont ask the public wht they really want.. i have unlcked 2g iphone and still wouldnt rade for any of the tmobile phones they durrently have

    • Bobert

      BOO HOO HOO

  • Struck

    survey should be renamed “Phone you currently own/plan on owning”

  • DH

    I own a samsung vibrant, & I did not vote for the vibrant b/c I’ve been so frustrated w the ridiculous unacceptably slow update to froyo, & samsung’s refusal to commit to eventually updating to gingerbread. I voted for the 4G b/c if I wish I had just waited to buy the 4G. HTC has done a much better job of supporting their phones w timely functional OS updates.

  • DH

    I own a samsung vibrant. I didn’t vote for the vibrant b/c I’ve been extremely frustrated w the ridiculous unacceptably slow update to froyo, & samsung’s refusal to commit to eventually updating to gingerbread. I voted for the 4G b/c I wish I had just waited to buy the 4G. HTC has done a much better job of supporting their phones w timely & functional OS updates.

  • Xen

    I would’ve voted but I can’t shake my off blasted Cliq XT. Never, ever again. But if I had to choose, the T-Mobile G2 since it’s the phone I would’ve liked to upgrade to.

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  • Bobert

    Sorry but TBLOW doesn’t deserve either the Nexus 1 or S on that list given they don’t offer support.
    For example they don’t plan on pushing out wifi calling.

    • Anonymous

      No but xda devs. Do ; )

  • J

    I would say the MT4G, but that Espresso UI turned me off. So my vote is the G2.

  • Goldsmith Gordon

    Sorry man. I wrote it on my phone and was not really paying attention to proper punctuation and spacing. My point was that I personally tested all four carriers with their top of the line phones. I paired each of the other three next to the G2. The G2 beat out the others in loading the same web page. At least in Louisville Kentucky I am certain that T Mobile has the fastest data speeds as of right now.

  • Wonk

    I challenge anyone to surpass me in a speedtest with the myTouch 4G vs my Samsung Vibrant.

    I’ve been speed testing 6mbit down / 1.4mbit up. Ive speed tested both 4G phones, they are poop. Im a sales rep I’ve seen it lose against my phone multiple times. Plus… Super AMOLED, take your dooky grey screen someplace else, LOL!

  • Anonymous

    lol people putting mytouch aka “im a mytouch 4g iphone killer” over Google Nexus S.

    Nexus S and G2 are the top android dogs on tmobile and in general. Mytouch afterwards. Expresso looks kiddie. The whole design of the phone looks inconsistent. Feels good in the hand but not stylish compared to iPhone 4, nexus one/Nexus S and G2.

    mytouch 4g and it’s expresso vs iPhone 4/nexus one/nexus s/G2? I mean seriously.

    I know iPhone 4 isn’t on tmobile, but seeing the mytouch 4g next to those, I mean cmon. If you think the mytouch looks better than those, your in denial. Or just personal opinion, not fact.

    • Axel14

      The Nexus S is horrible its hardware is worse then its predecssors the Galaxys the only thing it has going going for it is its updates. G2 is actually better than the Nexus S but still sucks in Speaker Hinge and Google bloatware that cant be removed. iphone 4 doesn’t even work like a phone you can only use facetime at home also Apple and ATT hold it back and even if it does go to VZW Apple will still hold it from its true potential. The Nexus One is the only good phone you mentioned. The myTouch is still better than it. truth fully the myTouch is T-Mo best phone and it has its problems such as bad speaker and slow updates but it blazes through every other phone in America unrooted so yea im pretty sure this phone compares and beats all phones u mentioned

      • Anonymous

        Lol you are funny and by funny I mean absolutely and completely stupid.

    • MMC

      This is why I took my myTouch4G back in a hurry. Crap design and crap UI. Pure google is the only way to go. Nexus S is wonderful. Even with its made of plastic I would rather carry that around than some phone that looks like it was designed for a 12 year old

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  • Johnsondon37

    nexus s in the worst of them all, total fail

  • Rob

    This is a tough call on phones because T-mobiles has the best phones on any carrier with the Nexus S, MT4G and G2.

    For me though its about longevity. The phone that will be most relevant when your 2 year contract is up is going to be the Nexus S. You know your going to get all of the Android updates. With the MT4G users will be lucky to see any update before summer. And this phone will be just about forgotten when the next Mytouch line phone comes out.

    The G2 makes me wonder. Its not a Nexus, but it is vanilla, so will it be updated in a timely fashion? So far no word on 2.3. The phone is the best constructed phone and has a great keyboard. I almost bought it in November.

    I could have gotten the MT4G for $99 from best buy when I bought my Nexus S. The reason I was willing to spend the extra 100 and some odd dollars was for the updates. Not only do I know the phone will receive them but I know they will come in a timely fashion. Which to me makes it the best phone in T-Mobiles line up. Even though I prefer keyboards and the MT4G has better hardware(beside the screen).

    • petchao

      NEXUS S HSPA+ ….FAIL

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      I have to agree with Rob because I have a Vibrant. Since they are both made by Samsung and I enjoy the Vibrant, I think the Nexus S, as a variant of the Vibrant, is and will remain a significant phone through 2011.

      While the Nexus S has features that the Vibrant does not — FFC, first with Android updates, etc. — I have to say that there’s a few things the Nexus has that I don’t like, over the Vibrant.

      Probably most significant is that Google is going the way of Apple and locking out users from tinkering with the Nexus S. Microsoft is doing the same thing with its Windows Phones 7 Series. Sadly, this may be a trend with all manufacturers and carriers. I guess they tire of XDA and Android hack sites.

      This all bothers me because I like to tinker with phones. This started back in the days of trying to download photographs off my phone when otherwise one had to pay Sprint 10 cents for each saved and downloaded photo.

      At least with phones like Windows Mobile HD2 or the Vibrant one has a fighting chance to hack and crack the phone so it can be used as a modem and one is not automatically at the mercy of the manufacturer and carrier on whether or not they want to provide the modem software.

      Another issues is Google is also mimicking Apple by taking away external storage, a MicroSD slot. That means one is restricted to the phone’s 16 GB storage, which after the OS and other files is about 14 GB. That is not much in today’s time of storing music and two or three movies.

      I know someone who has a 16 GB iPhone and she complains about not having enough room on the phone and having to delete files to make room for others. And she is not technical. She did not even have any movies on her iPhone. So if she runs out of space on her 16 GB iPhone, I imagine the Nexus S storage limitations will be an issue for the power users in here — I assume that the power users are mostly the people buying the NS currently, what we call the first adopters.

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      I have to agree with Rob because I have a Vibrant. Since they are both made by Samsung and I enjoy the Vibrant, I think the Nexus S, as a variant of the Vibrant, is and will remain a significant phone through 2011.

      While the Nexus S has features that the Vibrant does not — FFC, first with Android updates, etc. — I have to say that there’s a few things the Nexus has that I don’t like, over the Vibrant.

      Probably most significant is that Google is going the way of Apple and locking out users from tinkering with the Nexus S. Microsoft is doing the same thing with its Windows Phones 7 Series. Sadly, this may be a trend with all manufacturers and carriers. I guess they tire of XDA and Android hack sites.

      This all bothers me because I like to tinker with phones. This started back in the days of trying to download photographs off my phone when otherwise one had to pay Sprint 10 cents for each saved and downloaded photo.

      At least with phones like Windows Mobile HD2 or the Vibrant one has a fighting chance to hack and crack the phone so it can be used as a modem and one is not automatically at the mercy of the manufacturer and carrier on whether or not they want to provide the modem software.

      Another issues is Google is also mimicking Apple by taking away external storage, a MicroSD slot. That means one is restricted to the phone’s 16 GB storage, which after the OS and other files is about 14 GB. That is not much in today’s time of storing music and two or three movies.

      I know someone who has a 16 GB iPhone and she complains about not having enough room on the phone and having to delete files to make room for others. And she is not technical. She did not even have any movies on her iPhone. So if she runs out of space on her 16 GB iPhone, I imagine the Nexus S storage limitations will be an issue for the power users in here — I assume that the power users are mostly the people buying the NS currently, what we call the first adopters.

  • Hoppysport

    I had originally voted for the Dell Venue Pro, having used it for a couple of days, coming off of a Blackberry 9700. The Venue Pro is a magnificent piece of hardware…without a doubt the best build quality I’ve ever seen next to the iPhone 4.

    That said, coming off of a Blackberry, I just can’t get used to drilling through 4 menus to do something that takes on press on the Blackberry. I applaud Microsoft for their design attempts, but it’s half-baked. No copy & paste…and complete blasphemy…no support to sync to Outlook. Geez Microsoft, you only own and sell the damn Outlook program. Blackberry syncs perfectly to Outlook, yet it’s your product and you can’t? Nice work!

    The Venue Pro had excellent multi-media capabilites and a gorgeous screen. But for everyday use, from bluetooth syncing with my Blackberry VM-605, AutoText, Dictionary, e-mail, messaging and so much more, the Venue Pro let me down. A shame really. But that’s software, not hardware.

    Dell, I applaud you for designing and manufacturing such a beautiful device…but would you really drop a Chevy Aveo engine in a Ferrari? Looking forward to seeing the Venue Pro with Android. Even better, looking forward to Blackberry getting their act together and producing a Torch with a 3.7-4-inch Amoled screen, plenty of internal memory, their great keyboard…and putting it on T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T.

  • true g2 loyal tmo customer

    G2 best phone hands down!!

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  • Axel14

    I cant believe the myTouch 4G is winning. I kenw I picked a good phone but I sure wasn’t expecting phone of the the year WE ARE AWESOME.

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      “Phone of the year?” The “MyTouch 4G is winning?”

      This is a small poll on a T-Mobile fan site.

      Almost 12 million Samsung Galaxy S phones alone have been sold, the Vibrant included. And how many of the listed handsets has T-Mobile sold in 2010? 50 million?

      Compare that with the TOTAL votes for ALL handsets in this poll?

      Time to calm down there. ;)

  • David2185

    I would say the nexus one because it was the first of it’s kind then the g1 cause thats all we really had going into 2010 then the mytouch slide cause it gave hope to people in tmobile and first htc sense phone on tmobile and then the g2 because it’s like nexus one but on crack

  • mt4g2

    omg so many in the forum xda and tmobile complaining with the mt4g screen. go their and read and exchange yours if you have it.

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      It is a chuckle about the MyTouch 4G display issue. While people have voted in here about it being the bomb, fact is, there’s lots of people on the Internet complaining about the build quality, specifically about the DEFECTIVE display.

      While I always give manufacturers some forgiveness for phone defects on any new device, what amuses me is people in here always cussing out Samsung for its issues with the Vibrant, but saying how HTC is better and can do no wrong.

      Don’t get me wrong, I have an HD2 and Slide, and many other HTC phones. HTC is the best handset maker in the world, I think. And HTC made others step up their manufacturing game lest they watch HTC pass them by.

      All phones have problems and growing pains when they first debut, although I would be frosted about the MT4G’s washed out display — the defect depending on where it was manufactured.

      Here’s some discussion of the issue:

      http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=868605

      http://community.htc.com/na/htc-forums/android/f/101/t/8180.aspx

  • QuikZilver

    Nothing out there can hold Mytouch 4g’s strap….. Haters gon Hate.

  • Ha I would take my HD2 over everything on that list! I know its not a phone for everyone since you really need to be able to tinker with sense to make it reliable but its a blast. Being able to boot android 2.2 whenever I want is a plus. All the while having spec’s equal to or better then every phone that has came out since is amazing.

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      Excellent point Johnathan. I have an HD2 too, along with two other super phones). I will never sell the HD2, it’s simply too versatile and can be customized, hacked and cracked to no end. And the new HD7 is the HD2 with a different OS.

      I think people should admit it, all these current phones on the list — and the HD2 — are very nice handsets. I think the poll should be to vote for the phone or phones you like most, not which phones are the best. To me, people are not voting in here on which are the best phones, technologically or whatever. They are simply voting for a phone because they own one or they dream about owning one.

      Oh, Mr. David of T-Mobile News, why didn’t the HD2 get put on the list? After all, it went on sale in March or April of 2010, so it is a 2010 phone. And even though it has Windows Mobile on it, that is still a great OS, I think, simply because one can make it a dual platform phone, Windows Mobile for business and Android for play. How many 2010 super-phones can be made dual platform?

      Also, the HD2 with Cookies Home Tab Editor makes the WinMobile HD2 a very cool phone. While I love Android on the Vibrant, a customized HD2 is just as fun, I think.

      Like I said above, I will never get rid of my HD2. It will be a super superphone for a long time.

    • uDummy

      That’s silly. We’re talking about consumerism, not hobbyist. Motor Trend does not choose a car of the year based on hobby, but based on overall consumer value. If car magazines applied your logic to vehicles, the Porsche Carrera would get voted car of the year over things like the Honda Accord or Ford Fusion. That’s not the point here. even if you did add the HD2 to the list, the overall base of HD2 users is so small, it would still be last. And this is coming from a fellow HD2 owner who loved his HD2.

      • Grammatica di Polizia

        I don’t think the user base of HD2 is small. I was under the impression, from what I read, that the HD2 was a significant success for HTC. Remember, it went on sale in November 2009. Then it debuted in the U.S. in March-April 2010. I read that T-Mobile sold a lot of HD2 handsets.

        If anything, the user base might be decreasing on the HD2 because it is not a 13 month old handset, ancient and old news in the electronic world.

        Do you have any data to show that the HD2 user base is “so small.” Just because some people don’t like Windows Mobile operating systems does not make insignificant the millions of users who do like the HD2.

        This poll was for the “best phone” of 2010. Naturally, from a popularity perspective, meaning not taking into account technological innovation, phones that were hot in November 2009 and April 2010 are not going to be tops in December 2010, when other phones are at the forefront of consumers’ minds.

        It’s just like cars, movies or last year’s fads, only the most recent are considered hot, tops or in the running. So the HD2, even though it was much talked about and celebrated from January to July 2010, I guess in any December 2010 poll memories will have faded, despite the HD2 being “THE PHONE” for about four months.

        But that’s a product and the natural course of “consumerism,” that you mention, and not because the HD2 was a deficient phone.

        • I did leave out the HD2, that was not intentional, most definitely not intentional as I actually liked that phone! I guess its to late now but I’m definitely at fault for not adding that phone in. I did compile a list and I don’t know how I missed it, sorry HD2 owners!

  • Steven Alvarez618

    The best phone out of all of them is a tie between the nexus s and nexus one. Then id say the vibrant followed by the g2. The mytouch 4g shouldn’t even be on the top five the phone is horrible.

    • Ed

      Nexus one maybe, the Nexus S is not much of an improvement in specs over the N1, and feels like cheap crap just like the rest of the SGS.

      The G2 is a decent phone, with massive radio problems, false advertising, and new anti-rooting measures.

  • Ed

    It is interesting how they forgot to put the first big screened, 1ghz CPU smartphone (on American shores) on the list.

    Afterall, what other phones can run WinMo, Android, Ubuntu, and Meego?

    HD2 is 2010’s best phone, and unless they do something awesome, it’ll still be the best phone in 2011.

  • Grammatica di Polizia

    To give this poll some perspective and since this article deals with rankings here is some interesting information — I think it is interesting — consider that in 2010 1.3 billion handsets will have been sold. Since fourth quarter numbers are not in yet, including the holiday sales, this article looked at numbers up to and including the third business quarter.

    Top Five Mobile Phone Vendors

    1. Nokia maintained the top spot in the overall mobile phone market despite year-over-year unit shipment growth of less than 2% in new chief executive Steven Elop’s first quarter at the helm. The company grew converged mobile device shipments 61% in 3Q10, but average selling prices for the device type dropped to €136, compared to €190 in the same quarter last year. Nokia attributed the plunge to price pressure from competitors and its stated desire to reach more customers. Nokia hopes the C8 and C7 devices will boost ASPs in future.

    2. Samsung marked a new milestone during the third quarter, pushing through the 70 million unit mark for the first time in the company’s history. In addition, the company more than doubled the number of converged mobile device shipments from the previous quarter. Driving this was the worldwide release of its Galaxy S i9000 converged mobile device, as well as its bada-based Wave model. Looking ahead to the fourth quarter, Samsung appears poised to bring more smartphones to market, with a new Wave 2 awaiting launch and more mass-market devices for emerging markets.

    3. LG Electronics missed its 3Q10 total mobile phone and smartphone shipment growth targets, resulting in an overall double-digit shipment decrease when compared to the same quarter one year ago. LG has yet to make a significant impact in the smartphone category unlike its competitors. Although operating margin returned to the same levels as a year ago, sales and profitability both fell significantly. By the end of the quarter, LG replaced its CEO Nam Yong with Koo Bon-Joon, head of LG’s trading firm, LG International.

    4. Apple leapt ahead of several vendors in 3Q10 including RIM, which it surpassed by 1.7-million units, and Sony Ericsson by 3.7-million units. The company’s record shipment performance can be attributed to the introduction of the iPhone 4 in 17 new countries last quarter. The record performance came despite “Antennagate,” the name used to describe the controversy around alleged iPhone reception problems, in July.

    5. Research In Motion posted a record number of unit shipments in 3Q10. The BlackBerry maker continues to grow in Latin America, for example, due to the success of the Curve 8520 entry-level model, which has helped drive growth in most emerging markets. The vendor’s results were also boosted by the introduction of the higher-cost Torch in the United States, a key market due to the size and intensity of competition.

    SonyEricsson, which shipped 10.4 million units in 3Q10, fell off the Top 5 list.

  • ceas

    n1, g2, mt4g are #1… thats it ALL OTHERS ARE GARBAGE!! the Nexus s is nice but not sd card = fail …

  • Nexus S ALL THE WAY BABY! LIKE IF YOU AGREE

  • Nexus S, hands down…

  • Jay

    I dont think the Nexus S qualifies personally. T-mobile is not supporting the phone in any way. But now that I’ve got the Mytouch 4g and G2 I’ve got to say the g2 spanks the mytouch 4g!

  • Findone

    lol have to say the line up is nice but still wont compair with big screen duel os windows 6.5 and any android you want working 100%, sure window 7 ok nice but no removable sd card at the customers hands, iphone a thing of the past sorry try again, 4g? sure still not real just a fake hspa+ and dont lie it wont get you anyware, so all that said you know what am talking abut.

    • Chrisvaios

      what?

  • Oprah

    Tmobile phones sucks.

  • Reddswrdwte

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  • Happy with Verizon

    I agree with Oprah, Tmobile sucks. They won’t update OS’s, they seel you stuff then want you to upgrade when that one isn’t supported, all in all, go with Verizon

    • Bbraider

      You Idiot this is not Vote for the best Verizon phone!

    • NoMore

      yeah go with verizon if you are an idiot who like wasting money on mediocre phones and a sub par network. not to mention worst customer service ever. verizon is great if you are 1) mentally deficient and 2) a flat out moron.

  • MARK D

    1 VOTE FOR WORST PHONE VIBRANT=CRAP

  • MARK D

    1 VOTE FOR WORST PHONE VIBRANT=CRAP

  • MARK D

    CAN I VOTE AGAIN ? ILL GIVE ANOTHER WORST VOTE TO THE VIBRANT BECAUSE IT IS THAT BAD

  • ben

    there is no way the mytouch 4g can be the best phone. My corporate email does not work on this phone. That is what a smart phone is supposed to do, and it failed at the most basic and important task.

  • frankbaronne

    sorry but mt4g isnt the best. its def #2 or #3 but not #1. if it didnt look almost exactly like the mytouch slide and didnt have that dumb genius button or plasticky look to the front, it might’ve got #1. but as far as overall package goes(performace, specs, batt life, and aesthetics), it would most likely go to the G2 .

  • NiKo

    Nexus S for sure! Check out online radio app xiialive it’s hot on this phone!!! http://www.xiialive.com

  • NiKo

    Nexus S for sure! Check out online radio app xiialive it’s hot on this phone!!! http://www.xiialive.com

  • NiKo

    Nexus S for sure! Check out online radio app xiialive it’s hot on this phone!!! http://www.xiialive.com