Deciding whether or not to purchase the HTC Sensation 4G over the iPhone 4 can be a tricky decision. Both phones comes loaded with a variety of features and apps, but each has their own unique advantages and disadvantages. Ultimately, it looks like the Sensation 4G has more to offer than the iPhone 4. But before iPhone loyalists start sending hate mail, look at the specs below, and you’ll see why the new Sensation 4G actually has many iPhone users turning to HTC.
Why Choose the Sensation 4G?
The HTC Android Phone series has slowly been building momentum, and in the last couple of years has greatly increased in popularity. The release of the Sensation 4G only solidified the brand as a smart phone leader. Why is that? Here’s just a short list:
- Higher video resolution at 1080p
- 3.0 Bluetooth support
- 8.0 Megapixel camera
- More RAM (768MB) for better multitasking
- The Qualcomm 8260, 1200 MHz which offers 20 percent faster processing than the iPhone.
The Sensation 4G also has a longer battery life and larger screen allowing for easier screen navigation and less charges needed.
What does the iPhone4 have over the Sensation 4G?
The iPhone does have more internal storage at 32gb, but you can get just as much storage space by simply putting a memory card in. Although the Sensation 4G has a larger screen which is great for viewing movies, videos, and webpages, the iPhone’s screen does have better resolution. The iPhone has long had a screen resolution that other smart phones have been unable to touch, and it still remains the industry leader. The iPhone also has more apps available to it, but these apps are also more limiting.
The Sensation 4G uses the Android App Market, but it doesn’t have to use only Google or Android apps to function properly. With the iPhone4, you must use its apps, such as iTunes, for adequate functioning.
Whether you choose to purchase an iPhone4 or Sensation 4G, you will most likely be impressed by either. The iPhone 4 is very easy to use and is still highly efficient in spite of its smaller processor. The HTC Sensation 4G is also easy to use, but is slightly more geared for the media lover.