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iPhone vs android.


Jun 26, 2010, 3:29 AM
I have used iPhone and evo both. bought the evo the day it came out. I loved it. Loved the big screen. Love the browser and the Internet and for work it was perfect.
But then do we all work 24/7?
So i started to miss all the bad ass games iPhone has. From madden to NBA to words with friends. You get the point.

After a week or so it felt like my evo was just to big for daily use too and the battery was horrible too. But all the sudden I found my self just searching for apps that would keep me entertained but couldn't find anything excited.

If the evo was little smaller and andriod os gets games like iPhone does I would love it.
Till then I am going back to a phone that has decent features, tons of games and apps, nice for mp3s a...

Jun 26, 2010, 12:08 PM
malchico... well said, i returned my evo the day i got my iphone 4, and havent looked back one bit, sad to say its only been two days but what a great feeling to be back on an iphone i missed my games, my battery lasting more than 3 hours lol, and of course just the ability to do about everything, yeah we may be on a 3g network and speed again but atleast the 3g is everywhere! have you tried the face talk??? im in love with it... oh which brings me to my next post... atleast when apple launched the iphone 4 the front camera was usable for video chat lol unlike the evo...

Jun 26, 2010, 1:41 PM
Yeah totally. At least when apple launced the iphone 4 the antenna was really terrible and was only usable if you held it in an awkward way or put a case on it lol...unlike the evo Rolling Eyes

They are both amazing devices. At the end of the day it comes down to what the user prefers. Inevitably there will be some people who return the Evo in favor of the iphone and some who stick with it. This "Apple vs Android" comparison will never be settled.

Jul 5, 2010, 4:18 PM
I like my Moto DROID better than my iPhone and the EVO.. I think all the devices are amazing. But I LOVE my DROID.. I tip my hat to all who jumped on the I4 bandwagon, I was very tempted, but I will sit back and wait for the 2nd gen of it, when ATT admits their R&D department fixes the antenna issue. The iPhone 4 is a sexy beast though.

Jun 26, 2010, 2:29 PM
According to several sources (you can look at some of my other posts to see those sources), T-Mobile and AT&T's 3g networks are going to be improved and actually faster than Sprint and Verizon's 4g networks for the next year or two. T-Mobile and AT&T have the ability to improve their 3g networks to 20mbs. Verizon and Sprint are unable to get their 3g networks that fast and still have to invest millions to get the 4g network up and running at its capabilities. By that time, T-Mobile and AT&T will more than likely have their 4g as well.

Jun 26, 2010, 7:45 PM
How does what will be happening in a couple years effect what a person buys now? Especially in a market where a person regularly changes their technological toys. If AT&T rolls out a faster service in 2012 (as they estimate) I will go back to them, but I will not allow promises of future gains decide how I do things now.

Jun 27, 2010, 1:01 AM
Do you know how to read? I have never once said in a couple years their data service will be faster than Sprint's. I said FOR the next 1-2 years. According to many sources (a few of which you are well aware I've listed) T-Mobile and AT&T will be improving their 3G speeds by the end of this year. Something Verizon and Sprint can't do. They can improve their 4g speeds, but before they can do that, they have to spend 100's of millions of dollars to even have 4g everywhere. If you read the articles, you'd see that the GSM carriers are supposed to have the fastest data networks for the next 1-2 years.

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