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Old 08-25-11, 03:10 PM
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iPhone or Android?

My current Pantech Link got web and screen is failing. Need a new phone. Going to go smart phone route.

Looked at Atrix 4g, Apple 3g and 4g and Samsung Infuse 4g

Atrix and apple 4g are $100. Apple 3g is $49 and Infuse is $19.

Any thoughts or input on functionality, etc. would be helpful
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Old 08-25-11, 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
My current Pantech Link got web and screen is failing. Need a new phone. Going to go smart phone route.

Looked at Atrix 4g, Apple 3g and 4g and Samsung Infuse 4g

Atrix and apple 4g are $100. Apple 3g is $49 and Infuse is $19.

Any thoughts or input on functionality, etc. would be helpful
Price of the phone is not that important because the real cost is in the contract. Also, some people need real keyboards.

If you need tethering, android is almost always way cheaper (when it isn't free outright).
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Data is through AT&T and is the same on all the phones. Not sure what tethering is. Just sort of wondering of Android system vs iPhone. Primarily will use it for calls and texts and some web browsing. Not much of a gamer and have no music on my phone but that could change.
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Old 08-25-11, 04:06 PM
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Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
Data is through AT&T and is the same on all the phones. Not sure what tethering is. Just sort of wondering of Android system vs iPhone. Primarily will use it for calls and texts and some web browsing. Not much of a gamer and have no music on my phone but that could change.
Tethering is using your phone as a wireless (or wired) access point for your laptop so you can get to the internet from just about anyplace.

Typing on a screen keyboard is harder than a real one, but it sounds like you don't do that much typing and getting rid of the keyboard makes the phone smaller.

For your purposes, iOS and Android will allow you to do the same things, so you can just get whichever phone you like best.
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I'd say, try them both out. If you think you'd prefer Android, look at this: Free (but complaints about GPS) or $50 (a much better phone, I think)
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Old 08-25-11, 04:42 PM
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Where's aadhils to shill for the iPhone?

Android is pretty good, regardless of what he says. And real keyboards on some of the phones.
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I like the android system. Especially with a real keyboard.
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I had an IPhone for two years and now have had a Droid X2 for two months.

The IPhone kicked Droids ass every which way but loose. It worked better, smoother, music player was better (that's a Droid X2 thing - the sound section pops and balks), software was CHEAPER, software for the most part seemed better - even ports of the same program.

Even the 3G / phone on the Droid just isn't as good. Now I am with Verizon, who supposedly has better coverage than ATT, but my iPhone worked and got data almost everywhere. The Droid X2 on Verizon seems to almost never get data coverage, although I will admit it does have a bit better voice coverage.

In 22 months, I'll be sporting an iPhone again. I do want want a phone that I have to hack to get what I want out of it.


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To it's credit the Droid does have a replaceable battery, and is has so many configuration settings that you'll never find the same one twice.

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Forget the 3g's. I just purchased two Motorola Atrix 4G last week. Atrix is ten times faster than I phone. You can get all the same apps. Resolution better in Atrix. All comparisons in the magazines go to the Atrix.

Need I say more?
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Atrix can be docked to your laptop. I Phone can be thrown at your laptop.

Atrix has a cool fingerprint locking feature that is awesome. Unlocks immediately if your finger is swiped over. if not correct print, good luck.

Screen just a little bigger on Atrix.

Sound is ten, no twenty times better than Iphone.
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Old 08-25-11, 06:08 PM
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New iPhone coming out soon (9/7 I think). If price/plans etc isn't an issue, go with the iPhone since it gives you the best user experience without the fuss. Also best battery life. So depends on what you value or want in a phone.

iPhone: intuitive user experience, good battery life, new "cloud" capabilities, etc
Android: phone choices, customizable, GPS, but news of malware increasing.

So depends on the person you are, they're both pretty great.

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Old 08-25-11, 06:19 PM
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Originally Posted by gitarzan View Post
I had an IPhone for two years and now have had a Droid X2 for two months.

The IPhone kicked Droids ass every which way but loose. It worked better, smoother, music player was better (that's a Droid X2 thing - the sound section pops and balks), software was CHEAPER, software for the most part seemed better - even ports of the same program.

Even the 3G / phone on the Droid just isn't as good. Now I am with Verizon, who supposedly has better coverage than ATT, but my iPhone worked and got data almost everywhere. The Droid X2 on Verizon seems to almost never get data coverage, although I will admit it does have a bit better voice coverage.

In 22 months, I'll be sporting an iPhone again. I do want want a phone that I have to hack to get what I want out of it.


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To it's credit the Droid does have a replaceable battery, and is has so many configuration settings that you'll never find the same one twice.
I can't compare to the iPhone, but I've had a DroidX for coming up on 2 years now and love it. It's fast, comfortable, reliable and has a great screen. I'll give the apple the better screen without any argument, but the rest... I'd say it's a draw. iPhone has more apps... so far, but since Android is the more deployed system now, that will change. And, Android developers don't have to get Steve Jobs (or whoever, now) permission and approval for an app.

In the end, the phones will continue to leapfrog each other in capability, so there's good and bad news. You'll get a great phone whichever way you go... but it'll be outdated within 3 months of you getting it.

I'm an Android fan. Initially it was because I didn't want to live my life by the technical directives of Steve Jobs, but now I really like it. I also have a XOOM tablet which is great!
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I've had an iphone4 for a little over a year and I like it. I use it for calls, email, web browsing, photo sharing, I take a few photos with it, and I use google maps and the GPS function a lot.

I think andoid phones can do all of this too. I have little experience with them but my nephew hates Apple corporation so he bought an andoid phone. I looked at his phone briefly and it seemed to do everything that the iphone did, just a little bit differently.

One thing I don't like about the iphone is the screen size, I would like it a bit larger like some of the android phones.

My recommendation is that if you don't have a problem with Apple corporation then get the iphone. Otherwise get the android. I think the iphone is better but not by a whole lot.
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Originally Posted by bigbenaugust View Post
Where's aadhils to shill for the iPhone?

Android is pretty good, regardless of what he says. And real keyboards on some of the phones.
I never shill for the iPhone. Only gentle encouragement to pick a better group of products in order to avoid disappointment later.

Besides I think this thread is heading in the right direction

p.s. the auto correct feature of the iPhone beats ANY other phone's keyboard, be it physical or otherwise, in speed with the exception of Swype technology.
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Also consider the Nexus S.

Gorgeous display, unmolested Android (you pick what's on it: not AT&T, motorola, etc). Many of the apps that cost $$$ on other platforms are free on Android. Turn-by-Turn GPS comes to mind.

One feature that you might like with a smartphone is to just run MyTracks (or equiv) while you ride and get automated training logs.

I don't think it's as fast as the Atrix (at least on paper), but I wouldn't trade mine
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Be advised, Android OS Viruses are already circulationg to zombie the Android phones to send out text spam. iPhone OS is still virus free, as long as you don't jailbreak it.
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I just ordered the droid. Never owned an apple product yet. Took a chance for $20
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I am in the same boat and will probably leave Sprint for ATT. I am out of contract, but when new Sprint customers get the EVO free, but existing customers pay $99 upgrade price, they are paying me to go to ATT. Stupid marketing. Going through the Android/Iphone debate, and other than longer battery life, androind sees way to go. Debate is between the HTC Inspire and the Motorolla Atrix, but in the back of my mind is what will the Iphone5 offer next month when introduced.

Last place I would buy is the ATT store with their rebates paid with a Visa debit card which you can use everrywhere EXCEPT to pay down the credit card bill that you put the phone purchase on and generated the rebate. Least expensive place is Amazon, but if you need a local store check Radio Shack, and even Target. Also chesk Costco and Sams. Best Buy tends to be consistent with ATT pricing, and includes the rebate so you don't have to claim it.
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I got an HTC Evo 3-D a few weeks ago. For the most part I like it. One big negative which is probably unrelated to the phone...my mom cannot leave voicemail. The voicemail message is never played. My mom uses phone cards for long distance. Not sure if that matters. I didn't want to go with Veri$on for their nickel & dime tactics, but may reluctantly do so anyhow with an iphone before I'm locked into two years with Sprint. The iphone is a tad smaller than the Evo and I think I'd like that, having come from a flip phone for the last few years.

Good to know about the viruses too Tom. Thanks
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Bought mine through the AT&T website using our Premier plan since wife is with Mary Kay. Cost me $21 shipped to the the door for a Samsung Infuse. Really wanted the Motorola Atrix but it was backordered and I want it now. Was willing to gamble for $19.99.
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The Droid X is much more stable apparently than the Droid X2. The X2 will be short lived. Just what I wanted, a crappy phone with no future.

I bought a no-fault replacement contract on mine. As soon as I am sure all Droid X2s are out of the supply chain, I oughta back the Dakota over it and bring it in for a replacement.

So All I am saying is I loved my iPhone. The X2, at least is a POS IMHO. Go to any Droid Forum and go to the X2 section. Almost everyone hates it. So WHAT EVER YOU GET, don't get an X2.
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I never shill for the iPhone. Only gentle encouragement to pick a better group of products in order to avoid disappointment later.

Besides I think this thread is heading in the right direction

p.s. the auto correct feature of the iPhone beats ANY other phone's keyboard, be it physical or otherwise, in speed with the exception of Swype technology.
The autocorrect function provides me endless hours of office amusement through the instrumentality of http://www.damnyouautocorrect.com. Some people still prefer physical keyboards.

Also, he ended up buying the Android.

I had a Droid 2 (not the X2) for a month and had to dump it at the end because work's reimbursement policy changed and the difference was going to be more than I wanted to pay. I liked that phone quite a bit, it worked very well, but that is life.

So now I have an LG Octane. Physical keyboard and all. I still read my email and the news on it.

I am still toying with reactivating my enV2, though. That thing was indestructible.
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I took a week off work and left my phone sitting on the dresser. No calls, no emails, no texts, no pulling it out when bored and playing games. Very peaceful week. Cell phones are the devil.
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I have the Samsung Captivate, stock w/ Android 2.2. I generally like the phone but Samsung (and AT&T) are slow to get the updates out. The 2.1 -> 2.2 was very late in coming. Touch UI isn't too bad. I kinda like HTC's Sense UI.

The only thing that sort of pisses me off is the generally poor GPS. Accuracy is has been fair, I do have GPS Test, GPS Status. Seems to work better now but I still don't trust it 100%.

From what I have seen on other boards, Samsung / AT&T are slow with updates and Samsung's GPS seem to have some issues (slow to lock, lacking in better accuracy).
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I haven't had a smartphone yet. I'm waiting for the next iPhone to come out, then I'll compare my options. I may end up sticking with a dumb phone. :/
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