Best phones of CES 2011: Results

Best phones of CES 2011: Results
About two days ago we asked for your opinion on the matter of which phone, introduced at CES 2011, has made the biggest impression on you. And now that a reasonable period of time for voting has passed, we'd like to present you with the results of our poll.

It somewhat comes as no surprise that the Motorola DROID BIONIC has come in first, with a total of 566 votes. After all, the DROID BIONIC was probably the most impressive Android smartphone by Verizon at the show, packing a giant 4.3" screen, LTE and a powerful dual-core Tegra 2 chipset.

But, just a few steps behind seems to be the mighty Motorola ATRIX 4G for AT&T with 490 votes, which is being immodestly called "the world's most powerful smartphone". And rightfully so, as it has a really monstrous specs sheet. Plus, we can't help but dream about that futuristic laptop dock that will basically turn the handset into an ATRIX 4G-powered notebook.

The third most-desired handset has turned out to be non other but the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc with 329 votes, which is actually just 6 votes ahead of the LG Optimus 2X. The last significant player is the HTC ThunderBolt, which has finished the race with a decent score of 264 votes.

We really find these results to be quite in the order of things, bearing in mind what all these handsets will be capable of. Check out the pic below for all the results!

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