The Samsung Galaxy S III - Champion of the September Official Smartphone RankingsThe PhoneDog - Mascot
Summary - The Samsung Galaxy S III dominated both the People's Choice Chart and Mobile Tech Expert's Chart in PhoneDog Media's Official Smartphone Rankings™ for the month of September. Despite the late addition of some high caliber devices, the Samsung Galaxy S III marked its third consecutive month as the #1 smartphone. Could the likes of the Apple iPhone 5 or the forthcoming Nokia Lumia 920 and Samsung Galaxy Note II knock the Samsung Galaxy S III out of the #1 spot?
MT PLEASANT, SC – PhoneDog Media is proud to announce the monthly winners for September 2012 in our Official Smartphone Rankings™. Now 30-weeks-old, experts and readers alike are able to weigh in their votes for their favorite smartphones.
For the month of September, the Samsung Galaxy S III prevailed over the competition, taking the #1 spot in both the People's Choice Chart and the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart by significantly wide margins. In the People's Choice Chart, the Samsung Galaxy S III bested the HTC One X in second place by 1,784 total votes. Likewise, in the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart, the Samsung Galaxy S III beat the HTC One X by 31 expert points.
Once again, the HTC One X successfully held second place in the People's Choice Chart for the month. In third, there was a two-way tie between the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (global) and the Nokia Lumia 900, both of which trailed the HTC One X reader votes by 191 votes. In the Mobile Tech Expert's Chart, with 149 expert points, the HTC One X held off the Apple iPhone 4S for the month of September by a margin of 36 points.
“Samsung’s Galaxy S III dominates both charts, proving that the Android platform finally has a flagship device that can resonate with consumers,” said Aaron Baker, Editor-in-Chief of PhoneDog.
About PhoneDog Media’s Official Smartphone Rankings™ - The Official Smartphone Rankings™ can be accessed from PhoneDog.com or directly at /rankings. Voting can be completed using login credentials from Facebook, Twitter, or the PhoneDog website.