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iPhone 4 vs Nexus One vs Evo 4G vs Droid Incredible


iPhone 4 is now officially announced and will be available very soon at an Apple store near you. If you missed check our previous article regarding iPhone 4 pricing and international availability. iPhone 4 is build on state of art hardware and software technologies, that no other smartphone offers. Apple iPhone is challenged by Android phones in recent days. Biggest advantage of Android is, it allows a huge amount of people and companies to collaborate on this OS. Any company who wants to make a smartphone based on Android can do so without paying a licensing fee. Smartphone companies are also free to modify the OS according to their requirements.

If you are still divided between choosing a right phone for you, folks over TiPB compared iPhone 4  specifications with Android giants Nexus One, HTC Evo 4G and Droid Incredible.


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  1. jb8967 June 10, 2010 Reply

    -Will work on AT&T or T-Mobile 3 G given world’s only pentaband HSDPA.
    -Symbian^3 with multi-touch and US required eye candy
    -3.5 inch 640×360 capacitance AMOLED
    -ARM 11 680Mhz with fastest GPU on market
    -16GB internal plus 32 GB expandable with microSD
    -12MegaPixel AF camera with 28mm WIDE Angle Carl Zeiss Lens, XENON
    -HD 720 video at 25 fps
    -Front camera VGA
    -Bluetooth 3.0
    -WIFI b/g/n
    -FM radio and FM transmitter
    -HDMI TVout
    -Size: 113.5 x 59 x 12.9mm
    -Weight:135 grams / 4.76 oz.
    -Battery: 1200MaH…using most efficient OS out there. Remember, excessive pixels and a larger screen EATS up the battery.
    -Price: less than 500 bucks UNLOCKED and UNSUBSIDIZED. Can’t wait potentially see a subsidized price and coupon to redeem subsidy (on T-mobile?) within 6 months of a direct purchase.
    -Sim: yes

    PLUS ALL Aluminum single piece chassis, full video editing as a native app, unrestricted video call capabilities, and true multi-tasking using RAM paging technology.

  2. NotaFanBoy June 9, 2010 Reply

    inquisitor said:
    Nothing we say here will stop apple fans from buying the iphone 4, even when there are better options

    There are different options, not necessarily better. Better or worse is in the eye of the beholder and is more about an individual’s usage and need more than it is about specific features or specifications (i.e., if I really like Android’s widgets and/or have a bunch of freeloader friends I want to create a hotspot for when we are out somewhere, I should get an Android, but if I like Apple’s UI or specific apps, I should get an iPhone).

  3. etrnldrk June 8, 2010 Reply

    Didn’t the release of 2.2 on the Nexus also bring FM to the table? I was under the impression that it was available with the broadcom chipset within.

  4. inquisitor June 8, 2010 Reply

    Nothing we say here will stop apple fans from buying the iphone 4, even when there are better options

  5. Chris Hansen June 8, 2010 Reply

    I thought Steve said it had two 128 mb RAM modules. Which would put it at iPad specs.

  6. tlarue June 8, 2010 Reply

    Nexus One with Android 2.2 Froyo has 802.11n …in your
    comparison it is not listed.

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