Reviewed by 4004 (Currently owns)
Still a great phone, even after the announcement of it's successor.
It's an iPhone 4. It's beatiful. It may be not very comfortable in your hand as Nexus S, and the glass back may get scratched, but you can't deny that this is one veautiful pice of engineering.
Reception has some flaws if you are using 3G often. Otherwise, it's ok.
Battery life is good when you compare it to androids out there. And even if you do not-I manage to make it home at 5 with 30% still left. Charging overnight, without doubt, is needed.
Software and ecosystem are both great. Sometimes you'll hate iTunes, but after restoring your phone you will love your contacts and stuff already there, synced. Working like a charm most of the time.
Your know what Apple's App Store is. Software - 10.
If you're not into "open-source", don't need a phone to speak to and don't like WP software-wise you should consider getting this phone.
- Design 9
- Display 10
- Camera(s) 9
- Reception / call quality 8
- Performance 9
- Software 10
- Battery life 8
- Ecosystem 10