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    Default Help me decide!

    Hey everybody, I've got the chance to get a white 32gig iPhone 4 and I need your help. I currently have a rooted dinc2 and its great but I am hearing mixed reviews about the iPhone. My biggest concerns are battery life and (free) navigation. I get 16-18 hrs on my dinc2 with heavy use and I have to have navigation because I have to be able to get to my customers houses. Please help me out!!
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    Default Re: Help me decide!

    Google wins NAV, and iPhone wins battery. A controlled OS is a conscience OS, Android is free and wild and some times those apps will drain the battery faster. The justice of free VS Paid!
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    Just tried out MotionX GPS Drive on my iPad, and I like it better than Google Maps. I'm planning on upgrading my Sprint EVO 4G come this Oct to either the iPhone 5 or a Nexus Prime if Sprint gets it. If the iPhone 5 doesn't have 4G then I'll be going Android again.

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    I have Android, Samsung. My wife has Iphone. Our batteries last about the same. Id say the only thing my phone doesnt have is Facetime. I deffinitely appreciate Microsoft office and other things you know from your pc. Here is link of the article which I heavily reccomend.

    La Batalla Entre el Bien y el Mal - Android vs. I-Phone

    only use Google Chrome for translation, because its in spanish. Pay attention to the box. I hope I could help.
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    You will never get 16-18 hours out of an iphone with heavy use. battery issues have plagued iphones since 3g arrived. Why not get a small android tab & cheap phone for calls. best of both worlds

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