Nexus One Crushes the iPhone 3GS in Reader Vote

Friday, 15 January 2010 Leave a Comment
iPhone & Google Nexus one
I’m starting to think that Apple and the iPhone should be a bit concerned, because its Google-built Android rival is quickly gaining goodwill and market share.
Every week, we host a poll series on Mashable called the Web Faceoff, where we give you the reader a choice between two or three major tech or web-related products to choose from. In this week’s edition, we asked you to choose between the Nexus One and the iPhone 3GS, two of the best smartphones on the market.
iPhone & Google Nexus one

After more than 10,000 votes, the Nexus One has thoroughly annihilated the iPhone 3GS. The Nexus One captured a full 66% of the poll (6743 votes), while the iPhone 3GS was only able to muster 28% support (2818 votes). 592 of you declared it a tie.
This result almost exactly mirrors our Android vs. iPhone OS poll, where Android garnered 66% of the vote to the iPhone OS’s 30%. Still, we’re shocked that a device that’s only been out for a few weeks could crush Apple’s device so thoroughly.
Our conclusion: Android and the Nexus One are charging at full steam. If Apple isn’t careful, it could eventually find its cell phone in second place.


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