Imagine when the two champions gladiators step in the arena, the whole atmosphere is heated up not because they are champions but because whatever they will present will be the best.
The telecommunication kings have launched their best products in the market and these have heated up the market and the users will have to choose between the best.
It always have been difficult when it comes to buy mobile phones or rather smart phones because all are good and you need a really extensive research to find the best and the one that suites your use perfectly.
Here is the comparison between the two best smart phones that have covered the market, the Motorola Atrix 4G and the iPhone 4.
The newly launched Motorola Atrix has impressed everyone with its hardware and capabilities, and it is capable of giving tough competition to one of the most favorite products the iPhone 4. In short this is the war between iOS and the Android.
So, let see some of the best features of both the contenders.
Comparison Between Motorola Atrix 4G Vs. Apple iPhone 4
|Comparison||Motorola’s Atrix 4G||iPhone 4
|Carrier||AT&T||AT&T and Verizon|
|Size||117.8 x 63.5 x 10.1 mm||115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3 mm|
|Weight||135 g||137 g|
|Resolution||540 x 960 pixels||640 x 960 pixels|
|Screen Size||4.0 inches||3.5 inches|
|Touch screen Sensitivity||Very Sensitive (Reacts to the slightest touch)||Moderately Sensitive (always feel the screen)|
|Display||TFT capacitive touch screen, 16M colors, worlds first qHD (Quarter High Definition) display||LED-backlit IPS TFT, capacitive touch screen, 16M colors|
|Multi-Touch Capabilities||Yes (though not on laptop track pad)||Yes|
|Input Sensor||Gorilla Glass display Multi-touch input method
Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
Fingerprint reader for security
|Scratch-resistant oleo phobic surface
Multi-touch input method
Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
Three-axis gyro sensor
|Battery||Lithium 1930 mAh
|Battery Life (Claimed)||9 hours (4G talk time); up to 400 hours standby||7 hours (3G talk time); up to 300 hours standby|
|Support||Support Through AT&T||Apple care/Apple Store Genius Bar|
|Body Protection||It’s hard to. Plastic back provides a bit more grip.||Yes, glass back makes it a little slippery without a case|
|Accidental Hang Up During Calls||No, No “death grip,” solid reception.||Yes. Without case, reception can be easily lost with unusual grip. “Face-hang-ups” also occur occasionally.|
|Screen protection||Removable back makes it less likely (though Gorilla Glass screen is the same as iPhone)||Maybe, maybe not. Gorilla Glass is tough but not unbreakable.|
|Touch screen||TFT Capacitive Touch screen (Similar to Retina Display)||Retina Display (TFT Capacitive Touch screen)|
|Wi-Fi Hotspot||Yes (for up to 5 users)||Only on Verizon iPhone|
|Apps||Android Market||App Store|
|Skype||Yes (Not default)||No|
|Removable Battery/SIM Card||Yes||No|
|Social Networking Integration||Yes, built-in. Social and Google accounts built into the operating system.||Sort of. Depends on the apps being used.|
|Audio jack||3.5 mm audio jack||3.5 mm headset jack|
|Memory||16 GB storage||16/32 GB storage|
|RAM||1 GB RAM||512 MB RAM|
|Expandable memory||microSD, up to 32GB||No|
|3G||HSDPA+ 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps||HSDPA 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps|
|USB Charger||Standard microUSB v2.0||Apple proprietary|
|Camera||5 Megapixel, Geo-tagging, image stabilization0.3mp (VGA) (front-facing)||5 Megapixel, Touch focus, geo-tagging0.3mp (VGA) (front-facing)|
|Video Recording||Yes, 720p@30fps, will be upgraded to 1080p||Yes, 720p@30fps|
|Front Camera||Yes, video calling over 3G and Wi-Fi||Yes, video calling over Wi-Fi only|
|Operating System||Android 2.2 (FroYo) w/ MOTOBLUR Integration||iOS 4|
|CPU||1GHz Dual Core processor NVIDIA Tegra 2 AP20H2(1GHz Tegra 2)||1 GHz Apple A4 processor|
|Radio||Stereo FM radio with RDS||No|
|HDMI Port||Yes||On, TV-out via Apple cable|
|Compass||Digital Compass||Digital Compass|
|Adobe Flash player||Adobe Flash 10.1 player||No|
|Price||$200; $500 w/ Laptop Dock||$199 (16GB); $299 (32GB)|
At First Glance
Atrix is nothing special as the overall design is unimpressive, and the plastic back cover doesn’t exactly have any edge over the impressive and sleek look as Apple’s iPhone 4.
The custom interface of the Atrix is the best in terms of social integration. When you start the phone for the first time, you’ll be asked to link a number of accounts to it, including Facebook, Twitter, and Google (all optional). There’s an individual screen purely loaded with social features, oddly combining everything into one spot. The interface certainly isn’t as intuitive as the iPhone, though many of the features, like the side-scrolling home screens, are the same.
The laptop or computer does have access to a “Mobile View,” which essentially lets you use your phone on the laptop or PC. It’s great for a few things (and a front-facing camera on the laptop would make for awesome video-calling over 4G), including using a preinstalled version of Quick office, which is great for anyone who needs to type on the go. However, it’s not exactly a comprehensive word processor.
Any files you save on the Atrix remain on the phone’s internal storage, for access on both the laptop and the phone itself, allowing you to manage your files wherever you are. Storage can be another problem though, with just 16 GB of storage, the Atrix laptop dock could never be your only computer.
In many ways it’s the anti-pad, providing you with features like a physical keyboard and track pad.
One in all ATRIX is a great, superfast phone, and a mediocre-at-best smart phone.
But everything depends on what your purpose is as well as the budget. So before buying any of these do make a list of all the functions you’re going to need and what all will you use.
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