Now Anandtech didn't do a direct review comparison, but he did do two separate reviews for both phones. Even though Anand is late to the game when it comes to reviews, I think his reviews are the best in the business. So I thought it didn't deserve to get lost in an old sticky thread that hasn't been updated where no one would see it. These reviews are both unbiased and has more in-depth information than that of other popular tech blogs combined. Apple's iPhone 4: Thoroughly Reviewed - AnandTech :: Your Source for Hardware Analysis and News The Sprint HTC EVO 4G Review - AnandTech :: Your Source for Hardware Analysis and News HTC EVO 4G Quote "I really wanted to love the EVO 4G, but as I just described to a colleague of mine the experience is very bipolar. It ranges from wonderful when watching movies or reading a webpage, to frustrating when it comes to battery life or performance." iPhone 4 Quote "The main downside to the iPhone 4 is the obvious lapse in Apple's engineering judgment. The fact that Apple didn't have the foresight to coat the stainless steel antenna band with even a fraction of an ounce worth of non-conductive material either tells us that Apple doesn't care or that it simply doesn't test thoroughly enough." There's quite an in-depth look at the iPhone's antenna problems and the EVO's performance disparity between the Nexus1/Incredible. I've been fortunate enough to own both of these frequently out of stock phones, which I think are the best phones coming from Android and obviously iOS. I currently moved onto an iPhone 4, but after owning both, Anand's review hits the nail on the head. From my experience, ATT's network is pure crap, but when it does work, you'll get really good speeds. On the EVO side, I couldn't live with the lag problems. I advise those who care a lot about network reliability to stay away from ATT, Sprint's network is way better. In my case I can live with the downgrade in network, but I couldn't live with the EVO's laggy performance. This thread isn't meant to see what phone is better, but which phone is better for you. I've owned both and I ended up with the iPhone4 because of my own reasons. Let me know what you think of the articles.