Smartphone’s compared


Apart from the fact their is no Windows phone on here, this is a handy bit of infoporn.

courtesy of Dataviz

Comments (3)

  1. Ravi says:

    A very cool illustration 🙂 I think a Windows based phone would fair pretty well on the technical specification side. Where I think Microsoft should know they have challenges are the areas of usability, slickness of UI and the app store.

    The Motorola Droid looks to be an extrememly capable unit and I have read some great reviews. The reasons for buying a Microsoft based smartphone are being eroded in my own opinion (I have had one for the last 5 years) These reasons were being able to tether your phone as a modem easily, Exchange email, and Sat Nav capability using TomTom to name a few. I think what Windows Mobile 7 has in store is going to be very intriguing especially if they can match Windows 7’s success. I wonder if there will be any news at PDC?  

    If I were to add the details for the HTC HD2 then you can see such a unit is comparible.


    Storage capacity – up to 32GB via microSD

    Battery Life – 3G Talk Time:5 hrs Standby: (GSM) 8 hrs

    Camera – 5 MP and video capable

    Wifi – Yes

    GPS- Yes + Digital Compass

    Voice Commands – Yes

    Formats – Video (.wmv, .asf, .mp4, .3gp, .3g2, .m4v, .avi) Audio (.aac, .amr, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .mp4, .qcp, .wav, .wma )

    App Store – Yes (not sure of no. of applications)

    Multitasking – Yes

    Pricing etc.. I cannot comment on as the phone is yet to be released

  2. Karl Long says:

    where is the Nokia n900, probably one of the most interesting smart phones to come out in the last couple of months. Nokia’s first Linux phone.

  3. Shane W. says:

    You left off the off-contract pricing for T-Mobile, you can get an unlimited everything plan for $79.99 per month when you pay full price for your phone and you do not have to sign a contract. Also, the "average" plan is $69.99 per month giving the myTouch an added advantage when purchased off-contract.