iPhone and Android

And the winner is…   iPhone by a long shot!

I have used both iPhone and Android phones.  The iPhone is superior to the Droid.  There’s absolutely no contest.

Using the Droid is an unnecessarily complicated chore, and I usually wish I had something else (anything else) to work with.

On the other hand – using my beloved little iPhone is a pleasure, and I keep wanting to take it out & play with it.

On a 100% battery charge, I can continuously use my Droid for a little over three hours.  With that same “100% Battery Charge”, I get twice as much “run-time” from my little iPhone.

I used to say “iPhone and Droid are the best smart phones on the market”.  This is misleading because it suggests the two phones are similar in quality & ease of use.  In all actuality, the Droid isn’t in the same ballpark as the the iPhone.

The iPhone beats out the Droid in all ways.

The Report Card


Ease of making a phone call:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "A "

Ease of synching contacts from Gmail:
 iPhone: "A-"
 DroidX: "A "

Availability of Free Apps:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "B "

Touch-Screen Responsiveness:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "C-"

Camera - Still Image Quality:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "C+"

Camcorder - Video Quality:
 iPhone: "A+"
 DroidX: "B "

Camera/Camcorder Ease of Use:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "C "

Ease of playing & organizing music:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "C " 

Amount of Use on 100% Battery Charge:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "D "

Virtual Keyboard Ease-of-Use:
 iPhone: "A "
 DroidX: "C "

Overall Appearance of Home Screen:
 iPhone: "A " 
 DroidX: "B "

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