Originally Posted by EarlyMon
For a great many, the choice is likely going to come down to screen size vs speaker sound.
Setting aside esoterica, that's the real choice they're giving on two faces of roughly the same area, and that's what stares back at you in every side-by-side photo or in-hand comparison -
Bigger display on one, stereo speakers on the other.
screen size and quality vs speaker sound seems like a very odd trade off. i listen to a good amount of music on my phone. however, 99% of the time it's with headphones. at the gym, in the yard, at my desk at work...there's very few places i can play music without headphones (without being inconsiderate) and actually enjoy it. i can respect that the one has great speakers, but how often can you use them? the speaker function for me is pretty much only used as a hands free convenience or while on a call.
screen size vs physical size of the device speaks for itself. everything revolves around the screen.