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i agree too the iphones battery smokes by any other phone in the battery dept but i just couldnt deal with the tiny screen on the i4, however the retina display is still the best..it came down to the screen size,google nav,customization..
- 03-30-2011, 07:20 PM #16
If battery life was really my primary concern, I'd get a phone that allowed me to use spare batteries and extended batteries. Period.
- 03-30-2011, 08:11 PM #17
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On topic: I had the EVO (and sadly had to give it up due to lack of service :/) and even between 0-1 bars, i got ~30 hrs on a phone that ppl say gets 3 hrs max. lol.
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I spent 2 weeks with an iphone 4 and 1 week with the T-Bolt..
- Huge screen which I loved
- HTC sense was nice
- It's Android
- HORRIBLE hardware, went through 6 due to various issues, light leakage, dust under the screen, dead pixels and the last one had a jacked up screen that was not sealed on the top, had a decent size crease at the top where you could see the inside of the phone.. (WTF)
- Battery life was below average. It wasnt AWFUL like some people make it out to be, but I typically had to charge it about twice a day on average to below average use.
- AWESOME battery life (it lasted me close to 2 days most of the time with average usage)
- GREAT Display, the retina display is truly awesome.
- Simplicity of IOS..
- AWESOME keyboard (much better than any touch screen kb I have ever used for android)
- APP Store.. Much better selection of games and apps.
-SMALL screen.. (I really prefer a 4-4.3 inch screen)
-I felt a little locked down with IOS, while I liked the simplicity I really missed the widgets that we get with android, the overall freedom.
Rite now I am back on my OG Droid and gave my iphone to my mom (she loves it) I ended up taking her current upgrade.. I am hoping the Bionic comes out asap and I will gladly go with it, if not I am still contemplating going with an iphone 4 again (iphone 5 is expected to be delayed until 2012 now so it makes the decision a little easier...) All of the bad luck, hard ware issues I had with the T-Bolt is enough to make me stay away for good.
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- 03-30-2011, 09:35 PM #23
Good topic OP. For the people that have both, what are you sticking with? The Pros and Cons have been listed and I still can't decide. I want video out too and only the iPhone does it. I'm leaning towards TB because the value of the iPhone will drop even more by the time the 5 comes out. A bigger display will be too much to resist. I'd rather have a big display and 4G and deal with the battery.
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Sold my iphone4 (at&t NETWORK) for a thunderbolt and I am loving my new phone TB FTW. Loved my iphone4 but I felt as if I was in prison battery life was amazing but the network was another story, if you don't mind being told how to use your phone then get the iphon4 if not TB!! battery life on the bolt is not as good as the iphone4 but look at all that we can do although I don't have an extended battery for those that have concerns with battery life that would take care of any battery issues, IMHO prefer bulk being able to do whatever I want with my phone and blazing fast speed over feeling like I am in prison but that's just me. And I love apple products so I am not being Bias just honest.