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Poll Results: Iphone 5 or HTC EVO 3D

 
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    Iphone 5
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    HTC EVO 3D
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post #31 of 108
I was actually in a Sprint store with my dad recently because he was upgrading from a HTC Touch Pro 2 to a HTC Arrive (Windows Phone 7) and actually messed around with the EVO 3D a bit. Honestly the thing made me extremely sick when the 3D was on but without it on it is a great device. Really responsive, beautiful screen but the 3D was a deal-breaker for me. You might do better but I would keep that in mind. Also have you thought of maybe a Windows Phone 7 phone? The HTC Arrive is quite the device from my experience with it.
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/opinion

Also the hardware in the HTC Evo 3D (Tegra 2) is absolutely AMAZING.

BTW I have a Galaxy S Captivate on Rogers in Canada and I absolutely love it. Running Darky 10.2 (Android 2.3.4 JVQ) totally stable, tons of new tweaks, hacks, scripts and options and also blazing fast - custom roms... another thing the iPhone will never be able to have.
Thanks for that feedback, I did a Quick Update post to show the negatives of the Iphone. The lockdown aspect of it is definitely a no-no for me.

I want to be able to do what I want with my phone, and don't like being restricted. That's a definite negative for the Iphone right there.

The question is, once the Iphone is jailbroken, aren't you more free to do as you wish with it? I may JB my Ipod Touch just to see how much more I can do with it. I've just been too lazy to figure out how.

I will be getting an HTC Magic with the plan I'm taking over, so I'm going to get a 1st hand experience of Android, and I can wait 'till both phones are out before I do an upgrade.

I'm also going to update the OP with Pro's and Cons of both.

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Too many thing to go wrong with android phones. Also big screen means poor battery life. I have use HTC HD7, Galazy S, Atrix and my iPhone 4 cause easily last 2 times longer.
Care to go into more detail as to what can go wrong with Android phones?


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I was actually in a Sprint store with my dad recently because he was upgrading from a HTC Touch Pro 2 to a HTC Arrive (Windows Phone 7) and actually messed around with the EVO 3D a bit. Honestly the thing made me extremely sick when the 3D was on but without it on it is a great device. Really responsive, beautiful screen but the 3D was a deal-breaker for me. You might do better but I would keep that in mind. Also have you thought of maybe a Windows Phone 7 phone? The HTC Arrive is quite the device from my experience with it.
The whole 3D is gimmicky to me, and don't really care for it.

I figured these are the 2 best phones to choose from to upgrade to.

I'll have to check and see if Rogers is getting the HTC arrive, this is what they have to offer.

http://www.rogers.com/web/link/wirel...uctType=normal
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Too many thing to go wrong with android phones. Also big screen means poor battery life. I have use HTC HD7, Galazy S, Atrix and my iPhone 4 cause easily last 2 times longer.
You probably didn't try apps like juicedefender? What are these many things that can go wrong maybe if you can't follow word by word instructions when rooting?
post #34 of 108
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From a standpoint of a person who likes to customize their technology and be able to do everything with it that the hardware is capable of the iPhone is just not an option for me. I have friends and family with the iPhone and I find that it is extremely limited when it comes to being able to do anything I want the phone to be able to do versus my Android.

I understand that the iPhone is the way to go if you do not know technology very well and are a new or beginner user and it excels at just that as it is easy to use and extremely locked down to create a safe environment for people who would just mess up their piece of technology with any sort of freedom when it comes to using the hardware beyond simple tasks.

Having an Android and several iPhones in my family I find my phone is much more up to any task that comes around like playing movies I downloaded on an HDTV, steaming stuff off of the internet, listening to my music (not itunes), creating mobile access points for other people and so on. It seems that the Iphone 3Gs and iPhone 4 in my family just cannot do even a fraction of what my android can do and if it can do the task then it is much more complicated as Apple tries to lock down everything as tight as possible.

The iPhone is a solid smartphone I will not deny that for a second, but as someone who is an intermediate or advanced user I could not recommend an Apple product such as the iPhone or ipad in good conscience.

If you want simple and easy and are willing to sacrifice having a locked down and not nearly as much access/usage of modern technology then go for the iPhone.

If you want to be able to use every bit of your hardware as it was intended to be used, full access to customization and a "full PC in your pocket" experience that may have a few glitches and hangups (although android is super solid since 2.2) I would recommend Android.

I for one would not be able to stand having the iPhone knowing how restricted and locked down it is, but it is the absolute best device to come onto the market for my mother and her generation that did not grow up in the digital age.

/opinion

Also the hardware in the HTC Evo 3D (Tegra 2) is absolutely AMAZING.

BTW I have a Galaxy S Captivate on Rogers in Canada and I absolutely love it. Running Darky 10.2 (Android 2.3.4 JVQ) totally stable, tons of new tweaks, hacks, scripts and options and also blazing fast - custom roms... another thing the iPhone will never be able to have.



I have actually seen more broken (smashed from dropping) iPhones than working ones, haha.

EVO 3D does not run the Tegra 2, runs on the Adreno 220? I've had my EVO 3D since launch, absolutely love it. I find the 3D feature gimmicky but I still love using it every so often, haha. The phone is blazing fast, and surprisingly has a decent battery life. Phone feels absolutely solid, and the display is incredibly beautiful. 3D isn't for everyone, and the feature is exactly that, it wont ever be on if you don't want it to be. If you do decide to grab the EVO 3D I do suggest grabbing a Otterbox or Seido case. I'm running the Otterbox commuter case and its a solid case.

iPhones are good solid phones, but the fact that you're so restricted on them is what deters me from that phone. Jail broken iPhones also seem to get slow overtime from everyone I know who has jailbroken theres. They actually HATE the phone after they jailbreak it, and go back to original. Jailbreaking it also stops you from having access to certain apps, like Netflix.
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post #35 of 108
I would get the iPhone 5 myself, but I already own the 4. I would say get the iPhone 5.

When iOS 5 comes out I'll simply have that on my 4. The specs that are purported with the dual core processor and 1gb of ram and bigger screen seems nice.

I have never owned any "android" but I would never because I came from a long line of blackberries before I switched the the 3GS and then the 4. Not interested in buying a phone to overclock it and put custom roms on it and do all that.

I do however jailbreak all of my iphones so, that is pretty sweet as well.
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post #36 of 108
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Too many thing to go wrong with android phones. Also big screen means poor battery life. I have use HTC HD7, Galazy S, Atrix and my iPhone 4 cause easily last 2 times longer.
Well to go against this comment I am running Darky 10.2 on my Captivate without a single problem and I get 2 day battery life with moderate usage (text, calls, internet, maps, slight gaming, forums with tapatalk). I have a 4" screen and with the right rom, modem and kernel combination my battery life is huuuuuge.

Like I said in my previous post. If you like your technology and want to use it to the full potential android is a no brainer. If you want your device to simply work while sacrificing having full control over it and the full use of its hardware then get an iPhone.

Also the Android OS is progressing much faster than iOS, so new technology and optimizations are being injected into Android much faster than iOS platform devices.

As someone on OCN I do not see why you would want an iPhone as we are supposed to want to have full control over our hardware and use it to its full potential. That is what being a member of OCN is all about! Well for me anyways...

Also why not consider the Galaxy S 2? It has the tegra 2 platform (I think) which is off the charts when it comes to raw power and battery life and the phone is not only a super solid build but has the support of amazing rom developers. I know it is coming to Rogers very soon (heck I think it is even this month).

I vote Galaxy S 2 if you are open to it.
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I have the Evo 3D with Sprint right now, and here's what I think of it after a month of usage:

Battery life isn't as good as my Atrix, and the voice quality isn't as clear. I have heard there's fix available, but you must acquire the MSL from Sprint. I haven't tried it but apparently it made things much better for everyone that tried on Androidforums.
http://androidforums.com/htc-evo-3d/...e-quality.html

The size is certainly bigger than the iPhone or the Atrix, but it wasn't as big of a deal as I thought it was going to be. The extra screen space is nice, and the screen is very pleasing to the eye. I cannot stand going back to a 3.5" screen any more, but I don't know how big the new iPhone's screen will be, I hear 3.7" but that's still a lot smaller than 4.3". Anyways, the screen on the Evo 3D is brilliant. I read some reviews that said it wasn't nice, and I think those reviewers are either biased, blind, don't know what they're talking about, or a combination of the above.

One thing I wish HTC optimized better is the auto brightness settings. It never goes below 25% from what I can tell, even when I'm in a dark room w/ the lights off. You can always adjust it manually, but I expected more from HTC.

I don't know what the iPhone 5 will be like, but from the rumors I've heard it'll have a dual core processor like the one in the iPad 2, maybe more RAM (maybe not), a better camera (8mp), larger screen (3.7"), and a different form factor (tapered back). I've also heard they're having issues w/ heat and battery life w/ the dual core processor, so I don't know if it'll have those issues. But in general, you can expect the hardware to be pretty on par w/ the Evo 3D. Although I would expect the camera to be much better on the iPhone.

Camera wise, the one on the Evo 3D is pretty disappointing compared to the one on the Atrix. It's okay in daylight or brightly lit environments, but low light performance is pretty bad. Mine shows a green tint most of the time, and the lag to take a picture is pretty long. Friends' iPhone 4 definitely has a better camera. I really think HTC could've improved here, but they didn't

The biggest difference I think you should focus on is the software and the environment. If you use iTunes a lot, and generally don't like to tinker, iPhone is the better choice for you. Lots of improvements are coming in iOS 5, and generally things are more stable in the iOS environment (no runaway apps, etc).

If you like to tinker, Android is the way to go. HTC unlocking tool is coming and the Evo 3D will be unlocked come September. I like Sense 3.0 so far, but it's very memory intensive, so I can't wait to see what CM7 is like on the Evo 3D. But once you get it rooted, you'll get a lot of options on your phone that you cannot do on even a jailbroken iPhone.

When are you upgrading? If you can wait until November ish, I'd take a long look at the Nexus Prime. It's supposed to be a beast w/ the TI 4460 CPU and a 1280x720 display. Oh, and Ice Cream Sandwich ofc
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The question is, once the Iphone is jailbroken, aren't you more free to do as you wish with it? I may JB my Ipod Touch just to see how much more I can do with it. I've just been too lazy to figure out how.
Jailbreaking is easy. Download greenpois0n, plug in iDevice, put into DFU mode, hit "jailbreak"; or you can go to jailbreakme.com on your iDevice and tap "jailbreak".

Jailbreaking opens a lot of doors. It's almost as "free" as Android. Also, the iPhone's CPU is underclocked out of the box (each version of the iPhone was underclocked by ~200 MHz), but if you jailbreak you can delete a certain power management plist and set it at regular speed. I noticed better frames in BFBC2 on my iPhone (OC'd from 800 MHz to 1 GHz) and an extremely noticeable performance increase in everything on my iPod touch (OC'd from 600 MHz to 833 MHz) while losing very little battery life. When compared to Android, though, even an OC'd iPhone seems to last forever (trust me).
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@Ebolamonkey3 Why even wait for the HTC Unlocking tool that "may" void the phones warranty? You can already S-off and have the bootloader unlocked now
Also you dont need to get your MSL from sprint. You can use the HTC Diag tool to grab your MSL from your computer. The green tint seems to only be on some phones, as I do not have it and many other users who also dont, it seems to be the luck of a draw there as I've heard of many individuals who do on the same build date.
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@Ebolamonkey3 Why even wait for the HTC Unlocking tool that "may" void the phones warranty? You can already S-off and have the bootloader unlocked now
Also you dont need to get your MSL from sprint. You can use the HTC Diag tool to grab your MSL from your computer. The green tint seems to only be on some phones, as I do not have it and many other users who also dont, it seems to be the luck of a draw there as I've heard of many individuals who do on the same build date.
O_O. I never even knew that. Where's this S-Off? Is it stable?
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