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Monday Poll: Whose 2014 Flagship are You Most Looking Forward to?

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Being January of a new year, we have a lot of great things to look forward to; the biggest of all being new device releases from all of the top manufacturers in the game. Each company will more than likely bring its A-game, as Samsung continues to move further ahead of the rest of the Android OEM pack, something that we hope HTC, Motorola, and LG can counter.

For Samsung, we are more than likely going to see the Galaxy S5, a device that already has a ton of rumors and speculation surrounding it. Recent reports state that the phone should be announced in March with availability beginning in April. For specs, you can already guess that they are going to be the top tier of top tier on a smartphone.

As for HTC, the successor of the One device is also rumored for an unveiling in March, and is said to sport a dual-sensor camera. Whatever it does sport, HTC better bring it big time if they intend to remain competitive with Samsung and LG.

As you all know, we love Motorola’s Moto X device, so that might be the phone we are most looking forward to. As of right now, there are no real rumors surrounding the device, but we can hope that Motorola will continue its steps toward optimizing software and hardware, while also allowing customers to customize their devices. We think that’s what made the Moto X such a hit among the hardcore Android lovers.

So, let’s hear your thoughts down below. Which OEM’s next flagship offering are you most looking forward to?

Which OEM's 2014 flagship are you most looking forward to?

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  • vanity

    For Samsung, we are more than likely going to see the Galaxy S5, a device that already has a bestbuy
    surrounding it. Recent reports state that the phone should be announced
    in March with availability beginning in April. For specs, you can
    already guess that they are going to be the top tier of top tier on a
    smartphone.

  • Dustin

    Fingers crossed for a new Droid 5! Hardware QWERTY keyboards all the way!

  • antonello

    Definitely Moto can’t wait to see moto x successor and new droid line

  • Noel

    Seriously i want to see each of the mentioned OEMs bring their A game to their 2014 flagship. For HTC’s sake they better not cede any inch to Sammy spec-wise on the M8…and we all hope they will do a better job with marketing the device as well. We all know Sammy is trying their very best to one up the HTC flagship, while LG will do their utmost to go shoulder to shoulder with the GS5 and M8. Judging from the superb job they did with the G2, we expect even better with the G3. As for Moto X..i am sure Motorola will do a good job with the optimization of the Moto X2, but they will have to up the specs to 2014 with a 5″ screen on a compact frame. Ok one more Sony..just shrink those bezels and give us a Z2 akin and as compact as the amazing job they did with the ZL’s size.

  • Foo

    No option of Google? Answered Other. I don’t care who makes it.

  • Rondo

    Have to say Motorola, I’ve really liked the way they’ve been moving in the past year and have high hopes for their upcoming products. I’d be happily carrying a Moto X right now if they had just gotten it to market a little bit sooner (is Dennis Woodside still reading DL posts? If so, what the hell took you guys so long?). As it is I’m stuck with my S4 for quite a while.

    Also, and this isn’t meant to be trolling, if Apple releases an iPhone with a decent sized screen I’d possibly be interested.

  • ki11ak3nn

    I would like to see a bigger Moto X. Like a 5-5.2 inch screen. That would be perfect!! Thanks!!

  • TC Infantino

    Holy landslide Batman! Motorola with 55% so far.

  • matt

    I’m pumped for the next nexus, I ordered my wife a n5 the day it released but but kept my nexus 4 since I was trying to save money and it’s still in great shape.

    I’m also really excited to see what the next moto phone will be, heres to hoping for a nexus moto!

  • khsunny5

    For the love of Pete, I sure hope Moto can doing something with their terrible cameras!