"...there are better alternatives for the iPhone." please, list them on this thread (with links)
Nokia N900, which is a competitor to the new iPhone 4.
There are certainly other phones which are better than the iPhone, like the Android ones. But I know more about Nokias.
The popularity of iPhone doesn't make it the best smartphone. It's all about marketing.
any one have a price comparison-chart for smart-phones?
"...unit sales for Android OS smartphones ranked first
among all smartphone OS handsets sold in the U.S.
in the second quarter of 2010, at 33% - BlackBerry OS is second at 28%,
and iOS is ranked third with 22%."
here is a chart filled with numbers which are mostly meaningless and cannot in any way help you to decide which phone to purchase, if your brain is even slightly functioning on a rational level.
i'm not going to go digging, but most models of droid, iphone and pre are almost identical in price over the lifetime of your contract.
one is supposed to choose a phone based on qualitative factors like: call and service quality from the attached cell network, ability to integrate socially with other phone owners (e.g. if your friends are all BBM crackheads), available software to extend the device to meet your needs (core functions + app markets), and ease of integration with your media (e.g. iTunes ecosystem), as well as storage capacity to hold that media (built-in vs SD card).
some people care a lot more about some things ("Apple is nazi!!111" or "GOOGAL IS TAKAN OVER THE WORLD") than others, but there really aren't any fundamentally bad products on the market. just hideously flawed ones, like every single device with a sliding keyboard ever made--but especially those made in the last few years.
every smartphone is capable of being a dumbphone with a bigger screen. the question is whether or not the device and its extensible functions through applications can be used as a smartphone.
Nokia and Motorola = Zionist companies
Remind me to install this tonight ... if I don't go to the party.
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