The Samsung Galaxy S III finishes first for the People's Chart in the month of JuneThe PhoneDog - Mascot
While the Samsung Galaxy S III (global) was gunning for the #1 spot in both the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart and the People's Choice Chart, it didn't launch quite early enough to overtake the HTC One X in both charts. For the month of June, the Samsung Galaxy S III (global) topped the People's Choice Chart and the HTC One X took first in the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart in the PhoneDog Media's Official Smartphone Rankings™.
MT. PLEASANT, SC - PhoneDog Media is proud to announce the monthly winners for June 2012 in our Official Smartphone Rankings™ http://www.phonedog.com/rankings. The program, now four-months-old, allows both readers and experts to vote for and rank their favorite smartphones in the market.
The Samsung Galaxy S III (global) garnered 397 more votes than the HTC One X for the month of June, making it the #1 smartphone in the People's Choice Chart. However, in the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart, the HTC One X held its #1 position for June with 173 total points, beating the Apple iPhone 4S by 23 points and the Samsung Galaxy S III (global) by 59 points.
The HTC One X outpaced the HTC EVO 4G LTE by 552 votes, making it the #2 smartphone in the People's Choice Chart for the month of June. With the HTC EVO 4G LTE the #3 choice for the month, the Nokia Lumia 900 fell to the #4 position, trailing by only 18 votes. In the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart, the Apple iPhone 4S held its spot in #2 for the month of June with 150 points, but the HTC One S slipped from the #3 spot as the Samsung Galaxy S III (global) replaced it with 114 total points for the month.
“The summer smartphone battle continues to be between the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III,” said Aaron Baker, Editor-in-Chief of PhoneDog.
Weekly results at /rankings
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