Top 3: iPhone Killers


Palm Pre

The critics say that the Pal Pre can easily compete with the iPhone, at least everyone has very high expectations. It was a little bit silent surrounding Palm, but since the transfer of a couple of Apple hotshots they are back in business!
The Palm pre resembles the iPhone quite a bit. The first thing you notice is that it has a clear and crisp screen. The Palm Pre has a keyboard which is handy, but not when you use it in landscape mode. The Palm Pre is equipped with less apps than the iPhone. Apple has won this match due to the fact that it has millions of apps, but still the Palm Pre is a good competitor.

Nokia 97

Nokia is back in the game with the new Nokia 97. The battle of the smart phones and the battle against the iPhone can begin again. We have nothing but respect for the design of the Nokia 97. The Nokia 79 is available in white and black and is very easy to use with its handy slide screen.
With Nokia’s Ovi Suite you can easily start up social network application like Facebook and Flickr. The Nokia 79 has an 32GB internal memory and you can even extend that with a MicroSD card. The Nokia 97 is equipped with a good 5 mega pixel camera. Thanks to the GPS function you will always know where you took a specific photo


HTC Hero

Overall the appearance is sleek and modern; we’re just not sure why they made it with a little chin. Next to the 3.2 inch touch-sensitive screen there are hardware buttons on the base of the phone, including a home, menu, back, send, end, and dedicated search key. The device also sports a trackball in this area. On the back is a 5 mega pixel camera. The Hero is the first HTC that uses Sense. An intuitive skin on top of Android that is based on three principles: The first one: Make it mine: You can personalize 7 home pages with al your favorite widgets. So you don’t have to browse through layers of menus. The second one: Stay close: Staying in touch by managing a variety of communication channels and applications ranging from phone calls and emails to Facebook updates and Twitter. And the last one: Discover the unexpected. You can look at things through different perspectives. Your inbox is not just a list of emails, but a catalog of conversations, a collection of notes flagged as important, and a document library of all your emails with attachments. Your Album is not just the photos saved on your phone. It is also a gateway to online collections of you and your friends on Facebook or Flickr. The dedicated Search button combs through tweets in Twitter™, locates people in your contact list, finds emails in your inbox, searches through appointments in the calendar and very nearly finds needles in haystacks.

(Source: Wanahaves)


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