Just an extended battery made by seidio and others... That being said the I phone is nice but you are limited with it unless you jailbreak it. The Droid has a lot
more free apps although some are useless. I have a thunderbolt and love it. My Droid also has flash which the iPhone does not. Or at least the last time I had one it didn't.
I'm a die hard Droid user till I phone gets some open source and more free apps. Although the apps on the I phone are less buggy due to charging people and funding the upkeep of these apps!!
I had an iphone 3gs and now how a htc thunderbolt which is the 4g verizon phone. I had the iphone for a little under 2 years and thought it was great! I absolutely loved the phone and thought it was great, minus the coverage but I had att. I now have verizon and the coverage is much better but Im not a huge fan of the android operating system. the battery life kinda sucks and just alot less user friendly in my opinion
Android. Tons of free apps, company doesnt tell you what kind of apps you can and cannot have and battery life is an easy fix with an extended battery. You can also get many flavors of hardware in different configurations. The newer 4G Android phones are lighting fast and have a nicer screen than the iphone.
If you want bang for your buck. I doubt you can beat the 3GS iPhone for 50 bucks. Im a pc guy but prefer the apple phone. Took my phone for a swim without insurance and AT&T wanted 450 to replace it but told me to try the apple store. Apple replaced it for free no questions asked.
I also like being able to sync, search/buy/dl apps, backup and restore with ITunes on my computer. When I tried the android I was kind of surprised and disappointed they didnt have something like ITunes.
I don't really get the jailbreak though. Doing searches on it all I find are graphical abilities mainly Winterboard. Doesn't seem like its worth trying to get fancier looking button graphics
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