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Should I get an android or I phone?

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  1. dreamer41

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    I'm thinking about getting either an HTC EVO or I phone, but can't decide which one would be best. What are some of the pros and cons of this two?
     

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    android ftw! sorry, thats all i got for now
     
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    EVO
    Pro's-
    4.3" screen
    hdmi out
    8mp camera
    720p recording
    kickstand
    android
    standard micro-usb connection port
    4G network speeds
    will get 2.2 soon
    can hold it anyway you like
    expandable memory
    replaceable battery

    Cons-
    too big?
    4g coverage isn't everywhere
    battery issues?
    umm...


    iPhone
    Pro's-
    very high resolution screen
    looks fantastic
    great build quality
    smooth OS
    good battery

    Cons-
    iOS4
    proprietary connector
    no flash
    antenna issues
    strictly regulated app store
    glass front and back
    very expensive
    itunes
    cant change battery
    no memory expansion

    I've tried to be fairly objective, but hey, this is an android forum.
     
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    Android is much more customizable than the iPhone and you can basically do anything you want with it. But if you want something that just works and is smooth overall, go for the iPhone.
     
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    Exactly. We may be Android fans here but we still know that if the iPhone suits your needs the best, then get it.
     
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    Guys, look at his signature. I'm pretty sure he's just an advertising/spam bot trying to flog that solar equipment site.
     
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    You should pick whichever device is best suited to you. As with most threads like this. You've failed to mention what you're looking for so it's impossible to give you a meaningful recommendation.
     

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