Last Updated: Jun 09,2010
iPhone 4 vs. Android: And the winner is... - Computerworld Blogs
You tried to sell your title as "Evo vs iPhone4" when your article is "iPhone4 vs Android," which very different and I would assume intentiional on your part. I should compare the first iPhone with the Evo and we'll see who dominates.....
You need both devices in hand to do an adequate review. I hate when people try and rush things to print. My reviews come from forums of real life everyday users. Mac forums as well
Agreed, all we can do now is speculate/guess as to how it is going to turn out. But based on what Steve Jobs told us, we can make an educated guess as to how this is going to turn out. I'll be honest, I had iPhone envy for a while there, that is, until the Evo came out. Now, I tend to agree with this author... There is nothing really revolutionary about the new iPhone that is going to change the future of handheld devices like it did in 2007, or since. This new iPhone is just bleh, especially side by side with the Evo. I mean, they even admitted that the resolution of the iPhone screen is beyond the limits that the human eye can recognize... So what's the point with that? Honestly, this was my reaction while reading the engadget liveblog when the iPhone 4 was announced:
SJ: The new iPhone will have a resolution of 960 x 640...
Me: Ooooh, shiny...
SJ: Which is beyond the limit at which the human eye can discern a difference.
Me: lolwut?! Do you plan on selling this to some species other than human?! <facepalm>
When they finally did a side by side with the 3GS and the 4 to show you which had a better resolution, I thought "yeah that does kinda look sharper", then I saw the little white lettering at the bottom of the picture identifying the phone I thought had the "sharper" image was the 3GS. <facepalm>
The only thing that Apple claims to have on the Evo is the battery life, and that is yet to be proven. Aside from that, I think that the Evo has it beat in every other aspect.
Just my $.03 (adjusted for inflation)
Does the iPhone 4 Really Have a "Retina Display"? - PCWorld
and of course his si going to be bad for developers
Google Blasts Apple's New iPhone Advertising Terms - WSJ.com
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