EVO 4G Versus Droid X : Who Ya Got?
We know the announcements just came down within the last hour for the Droid X but we’re dying to know. If you had your choice between the EVO 4G from Sprint and the Droid X from Verizon, who would you pick? And why? Vote in the poll below and then back your argument up in the comments.
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