Official Smartphone Rankings -- week 104

The PhoneDog
Mascot from  Charleston, SC
| March 6, 2014

PhoneDog’s Official Smartphone Rankings (OSR) has hit week 104, and this week we haven’t seen many changes in the People’s Choice and Experts’ Choice Rankings.  Proving it can’t be stopped, the HTC One remained number one for an outrageous 50th week on the People’s Choice chart.  Will the fans continue to vote it their favorite smartphone until the “All New HTC One” is released?   

MT PLEASANT, SC – March 6, 2014 – PhoneDog Media's Official Smartphone Rankings™ (OSR), is the gold standard for ranking the best smartphones on the market by placing votes from readers and experts in their respective charts.  After tallying all of the fans’ votes for week 104, the HTC One earned 156 points to keep hold of the top spot.  After dropping to third a few weeks back, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 finished in second place for a third consecutive week.  Taking in 81 votes, the Note 3 beat out the LG Nexus 5 and its 74 votes. Rounding out the top five People’s Choice phones were the LG G2 in fourth place with 46 votes and the Apple iPhone 5s in fifth place with 22 votes.   

After all of our mobile tech experts selections had entered their selections, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 found itself in first place again with 39 points. Close behind it was the Apple iPhone 5s with 36 points. The LG Nexus 5 flip-flopped spots this week, returning to third place with 25 votes. That means that the Moto X and its 23 points moved to the fourth position. Rounding out the Experts’ Choice Rankings is the HTC One with 15 points.

“We are only a few weeks away from the “All New HTC One” joining the OSR,” said Rebecca Atwood, Vice President of PhoneDog Media.  “With all of the recent rumors and leaks, I have a feeling that it’s going to have a very successful run on the charts, just like the original has.”


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About PhoneDog Media’s Official Smartphone Rankings™

PhoneDog Media's Official Smartphone Rankings™ consists of two weekly charts voted on by users and a panel of mobile technology experts.  The OSR can be accessed from or directly at and voting can be completed using login credentials from Facebook, Twitter or the PhoneDog website.