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Topic # 87059 18-Jul-2011 20:50
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Android Phone Comparison Spreadsheet: https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AuAyjaW70ts_dGZrQnRveWF1QXd0cFZBMXE1SXlvQUE&hl=en_US#gid=0

Thought I'd make an easier way to compare phones rather then looking at each phone's specifications and benchmarks in turn.
Feel free to make any suggestions to make it better and what phones or categories to add.

Radio Frequencies (MHz):
Vodafone: 2G - 800/1800 GSM / 3G - 900/2100 HSPDA
2 Degrees: 2G - 800/1800 GSM / 3G - 2100 HSPSA (piggybacks on VF's network where this is not available)
Telecom: 2G - None / 3G - 850 HSDPA (2100 for urban infill)

Version Control
14/7 - Original Version
15/7 - Added SGS2 along with Quadrant and smartbench2011:games scores, Removed Samsung Galaxy S 4G (isnt 3G compatible with of NZ locations)
16/7 - Added HTC Sensation, HTC Wildfire S
17/7 - Added LG and Motorola phones, fixed incorrect data for Nexus S benchmarks
18/7 - Added Motorola Atrix and 4G, started to add in network compatibility

Note: If you want editing rights PM me your email address for me to add to editing list.

This place seems a bit more knowledgeable then the other place ive posted this so feel free to criticize.

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  Reply # 494998 18-Jul-2011 21:04
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Might want to fix up the mistake in your GSM frequencies for Vodafone and 2D



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  Reply # 494999 18-Jul-2011 21:06
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sbiddle: Might want to fix up the mistake in your GSM frequencies for Vodafone and 2D


Fixed

edit: lost editing rights to OP? 

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