Consumer Choice Poll: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Motorola DROID or HTC HD2?

We would love to know what handset you would choose out of the three we have named here, what smartphone would you choose out of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Motorola DROID or HTC HD2?

Now looking at the quick specs surely it will sway you towards one of these phones, for example the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 main features include GPS, 8 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, 1GB in-built memory and a bundled 8GB microSD card, HSUPA, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4 inch capacitive touch screen, 3.5mm jack, WiFi and much more.

The Motorola DROID main features include full QWERTY slider, Android 2.0 OS, capacitive touch, 3.7 inch WVGA display, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and dual LED flash plus image stabilisation and much more.

The HTC HD2 main features include GPS, HTC’s Sense user interface, 4.3 inch WVGA touch screen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, Windows Mobile 6.5, 5-megapixel camera with a LED flash and autofocus, WiFi, HSUPA, GPS, 3G, 3.5mm headphone jack, Wi-Fi and much more.

So what phone will you be choosing, will it be the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Motorola DROID or HTC HD2? Answer by voting one of the phones of your choice using our poll system below.

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5 thoughts on “Consumer Choice Poll: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Motorola DROID or HTC HD2?”

  1. fredphoesh says:

    I find it amazing people will go for the HD2. I have the HD1, nice phone, great its so open and hackable compared to iphone etc, but guys, the HD2 will STILL be build on the pile of rubbish called the WM 6.5 lack of user experience… I would NEVER buy the HD2, not THAT much better than the HD1, and the same old same old windows crap. No thanks.

    Put andriod 2.x on the SE and thats the one for me… no question.

  2. abdy says:

    HD2? Great phone but a big “NO” way to winmo.

    DROID? Looks good but nothing special.

    X10? Perfect! Ill take this no matter what the price will be.

    About the issue of not having the 2.0, SE already discussed this thing and x10 will definitely get the 2.0.

  3. Youngsy says:

    From what I can see only the HD2 is Multitouch… even if the Xperia X10 gets the 2.1 upgrade it still won’t support Multitouch.

    Also it looks like the HD2 has a bigger screen and is less laggy than the X10.

    Really struggling to pick between the 2 phones as both look great, im guessing it will come down to which UI people prefer… I think the HD2 has the edge for me at the moment, the X10 looks like a PS3 style interface…which I hate.

  4. Philip says:

    From promising start I loved this phone, my son was born on the 24th December 2010. I have been sending more than 100 text and MMS and looking up any information I needed in the delivery room on the Opera browser.
    However it did not take me long to realise that this phone has SERIOUS problems. I wish I had brought an android based phone. List of problems follow.
    1. SMS/MMS – Sent to outbox, are not delevered, tries to resend a default of 5 times. I am charged 5 times by my operator. I avoid using MMS and SMS. Service provider Tele2/HTC have not been able to fix.
    SMS – FYI Friend has this phone, and resends SMS not to his girlfriend to but to his boss, that was embarrassing for him.
    2. Browser Opera is constantly locking up, even on the simplest of sites. It just gets worse and worse.
    3. Configuration of basic elements is very difficult to navigate your way around.
    4. I bought the phone to develop on, Active Sync is required to do this in a meaningful way, you have no idea how fed up and irrited you can become when this does not work.
    5. .Net framework is compact, so compact that simple programming and database access tasks become depressingly long winded, with a huge lack of information or example to code with any significant speed.

    6. Camera takes two versions of each photo and video, despite turning this off after turning it on.

    I am just ranting about a small selection of the problems I have encountered, but this is my experience of this phone and operator. This phone was supposed to be an asset to my life, it has wasted a huge amount of time and cannot deliver on it’s promises.

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