Apple iPhone vs. Samsung F700

Discussion in 'iPhone Discussion & Support' started by iUser, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. iUser

    iUser Well-Known Member

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    Apple's iPhone may have been announced first, but Samsung's Ultra Smart F700 (announced yesterday) seems to be one-up Apple's effort in a few feature categories.

    If you'll take a little journey with me, we'll compare the iPhone and the F700 and see which one comes out on top—on paper.

    Apple iPhone Specs
    Screen Resolution: 480x320 at 3.5 inches
    Touchscreen: Yes, with Multitouch
    Connectivity: Quad-Band GSM (850, 900, 1800, 1900), EDGE, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0
    Camera: 2 Megapixel
    Keyboard: Touchscreen/Onscreen
    Email: HTML Email
    Browser: Full HTML Browser
    Codec Support: Standard iPod Support
    Storage: 4/8 GB

    Samsung F700
    Screen Resolution: 440x240 at 2.78 inches
    Touchscreen: Yes, with Drag and Drop
    Connectivity: Tri-band GSM, HSDPA, EDGE
    Camera: 5-megapixel with Auto-Focus
    Keyboard: Slide-out qwerty with VibeTonz
    Email: Unknown (probably not HTML)
    Browser: Full HTML Browser
    Codec Support: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, Real MP3, AAC+, eAAC+, Real
    Storage: Unknown onboard + microSD expansion

    So it seems like although Samsung's F700 has more megapixels, a little bit more format support, an actual keyboard, and 3G connectivity, the iPhone has it beat on screen size/resolution, HTML Email, storage, widgets, google maps, and push email. Plus, of course, the whole built-in iPod thing.

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  2. buymeaniphone

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    It amazes me how all these new phones look so similar to the iPhone. Only feature I think is cool on this phone is the camera on the front of the phone, maybe video phone capability?
     
  3. iUser

    iUser Well-Known Member

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    It doesn't really look similar to the iPhone at all. If you mean the big screen; it's touch screen, of course it's going to be large. Tiled icons have been around for a long, long time before the iPhone.