Two video chats enter the ring, only one comes out. In this corner it's ooVoo Mobile, a portable version of the (somewhat) popular desktop video chat application that will let up to six users simultaneously swap bitrate over 3G, 4G, or WiFi -- but only if you have an
HTC Evo


or
Samsung Epic


. In the other corner it's Yahoo! Messenger, with version 1.3 adding video calls and similarly limited device support, though this time it's the
myTouch 4G


and the Evo getting the nod. So, Android owners, which of these is going to reign supreme? Or, are you going to tap out and stay cozy with
Qik


? Hit the
Android Market


now and place your bets.

Update: We're told that
Paltalk


has also recently released an Android app to the Marketplace, giving you yet another way to say "hey."

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Yahoo! Messenger and ooVoo Mobile do video chat on Android, but only for a lucky few


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