by Nate Swanner, 3 months ago
It turns out the top 5 rated Sprint devices are mostly Android, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 reigning supreme. Followed by the LG Optimus G and then the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy S3, that’s 3 Android phones…
Two of the most sought-after handsets, the Samsung Droid Charge and the iPhone 4S 16 GB, are making their way into people’s Christmas wish lists. Each phone carries its own trademark features, which make it very difficult to choose between two good products.
This comparison will help you get an overview of the two phones’ chief features and how they stack up against each other. Hopefully, at the end of the post, you can get a fair idea of which one to strike off your Christmas list (that is, if you only have to choose between the two).
The Droid Charge is heavier in comparison to the iPhone 4S with 143 grams of weight and a bit bigger, as well, with its physical dimensions of 130x68x12mm.
The iPhone 4S, on the other hand, weighs about 137 grams with the following dimensions: 115.2×58.6×9.3mm.
The Samsung Droid Charge boasts a 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen with 480×800 pixel resolution–a wonderful experience for those who are huge fans of AMOLED displays.
The iPhone 4S on the other hand gives out a superb 640×960 pixels of resolution although screen size is only 3.5”. Screen is LED-backlit IPS TFT, with a capacitive touchscreen that gives users a clear and solid picture display.
Both handsets bring out the best in web surfing, wallpapers, and photos with amazing 16M colors–an important aspect that buyers should always look into.
The Droid Charge runs under the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system while the iPhone 4s 16 GB is running under iOS 5. Both handsets’ processor’s clock speeds are 1GHz, which makes the two handsets similar or equal in this area or feature.
As camera functionality and the capacity to take clear photos are the basis for most buyers, it is good to note that the Droid Charge carries an 8.0 MP camera with different shooting modes and able to capture momentous videos at 720p.
The iPhone 4S also has an 8-megapixel shooter with LED flash and auto focus, as well as geo-tagging. Video recording is also superb with 720p at 30 fps.
Both handsets are capable of video calling with the use of front cameras.
Both handsets have Bluetooth connectivity support–perfect for sharing data and connections. Wi-Fi is also part of the package for both phones. So, as far as connectivity is concerned, these two handsets are quite able.
Both phones vary in this area because the Droid Charge has a microSD card slot that can accommodate memory expansion up to 32 GB while the iPhone 4S is not capable of expanding its memory capacity but has a 16 GB internal space for storage. Both handsets have 512MB of RAM. The Droid Charge beats the iPhone 4S 16 GB in this area.
Overall, both handsets are really superb and wonderful in their own ways. It really is difficult to choose between both. It all boils down to what specific feature you want.
If you have been an Apple fan, and your loyalty is hard to shatter, then the iPhone 4s 16GB is your best bet. However, if you want to try something new, you might as well choose the Droid Charge by Samsung. You can never go wrong with these phones, so think about it first before you make your final decision.
Which phone would you pick and why?