The HTC ThunderBolt and Apple/Verizon iPhone 4 are both powerful phones with lots of features. One of the primary activities of people using these phones will be browsing the Internet, so the question comes up as to which device might be a better browser. With its big screen, the ThunderBolt has a more eye-filling display, but which phone can get from page to page with the fastest? The video on the right attempts to compare the Internet browsing capabilities of the HTC ThunderBolt and the Verizon iPhone 4.
The Apple iPhone 4 continues to be a leader in the wireless industry, capturing hearts and minds, while maintaining strong sales. Dozens of new phones have been introduced to knock the iPhone 4 off its pedestal, but Apple's iconic cell phone remains the device to beat. The latest shot across the iPhone's bow is the Motorola DROID Bionic, which continues the popular DROID line of Android phones on Verizon Wireless. The DROID Bionic has some excellent features, but how does it compare with the Apple iPhone 4?
The interwebs are swirling with rumors via TmoNews and Androidandme that T-Mobile is going launch a phone codenamed "Pyramid" that will give the carrier what many fans have been screaming for: a big-screen behemoth.
Both TmoNews and AndroidMe claim to have received the info from reliable sources, but keep in mind this is purely rumor at this point.
Many Samsung Vibrant owners are probably rejoicing with the news that the popular phone has finally received a long-awaited update from Android 2.1 to Android 2.2. And there's no doubt about it: In addition to adding desirable features such as WiFi calling and Adobe Flash compatability, Android 2.2 is faster than Android 2.1 on the Vibrant. However, how much faster is "faster"?
It's official. T-Mobile will be releasing a Samsung Galaxy S phone capable of 4G speeds. T-Mobile is touting it as the fastest phone on the fastest network. We'll see once we have it in our hands. We don't have many details on the device other than it being 4G and having a Super AMOLED display.
4G phones are about to take over the world. It's been a slow march, but the time is coming near. Since the launch of the HTC EVO, the world's first 4G phone, only a handful of 4G phones have been released. In the coming months, another dozen will join the ranks of these blazing-fast phones -- and no, the iPhone, won't be one of them.
4G phones are estimated to transfer data four to eight times faster than 3G phones. What exactly does that mean, you ask?
It’s not been two years since Google’s fledgling open source mobile operating system first debuted to lukewarm reviews powering T-Mobile’s G1, the world’s first Android device. Quietly stepping onto the smartphone stage with lofty – if seemingly impossible – dreams of taking on Apple’s iPhone OS and RIM’s firmly entrenched BlackBerry OS, Google’s Android OS was the unheard of underdog.
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