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The Battle of The Smart Phones

Updated on May 30, 2013

Cell Phone Wars

The Battle of the Cell phones

It's time for the main event of the evening, the battle the world has been waiting for A three way match to find the undisputed champion cell phone of the world.

In Red Corner we have the Blackberry Storm, in the Blue corner we have the Apple iPhone and in the Green corner we have the Google Android Phone


BlackBerry Storm

The BlackBerry Storm

The BlackBerry Storm is the latest contender in the race for Smartphone of the year and what a magnificent looking contender, smartphone is just the right description for this smart looking phone which would look great in anyones hand.

Weighing in at 5.5 oz/155g

The BlackBerry Storm comes with a good selection of features that help it to pack a powerful punch and it is sure to draw some blood when as it battles it out for survival against Apples iPhone and Googles Android Phone.

Wireless email, Organizer, Browser, Phone,Camera (3.2 MP),Video Recording,BlackBerry Maps, Media Player, Built-in GPS, Corporate data access, SMS, MMS.

SurePress™ touch screen, On screen keyboard: portrait SureType and Multi-tap, QWERTY landscape. High resolution 480 x 360 pixel color display.

Polyphonic/MIDI ringtones, MP3 ringtones, Vibrate mode,LED indicator.

The BlackBerry Storm is sure to hit the arena running and the other contenders in the battle have a real fight on their hands.


The Apple iPhone

The Apple iPhone

The number 1 contender is The Apple iPhone, this phone has been around the ring alot longer than the other contenders and has a little more battle experience, Another Smart looking smartphone the iPhone is also a goodlooking accessory to carry around.

Weighing in at 4.7 ounces (133 grams)

The Apple iPhone is slightly lighter than the BlackBerry Storm, and the iPhone is also jam packed with features, that are sure to batter and bruise it's two opponents.


Messaging SMS, Email Browser HTML (Safari), Games Downloadable(firmware 2.0), Colors Black, Camera 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels - Google Maps - iPod audio/video player - PIM including calendar, to-do list - TV output (firmware 1.1.1) - Photo browser/editor - Voice memo - Integrated handsfree.

Ringtones: Polyphonic, MP3

This Seasoned contender is at the moment the market leader but with two younger models to beat the Apple iPhone could have a real fight on its hands to keep hold of the title.



The Google Android Phone

The Google Android Phone

The Number two contender had people lining the streets when it launched a few weeks ago, and it is sure going to take something special to beat it as the battle of the Phones gets under way the Google Android phone is tipped to be the next Champion, maybe not just as good looking as the iPhone or the Storm the Android packs a punch with features galore.

Weighing in at 158g

The Google Android Phone is slightly heavier than the iPhone and The BlackBerry Storm, and the features the Android carries should help to see it through the fight, the Storm and the iPhone have will have a real battle on their hands to keep this phone down.

Screen size:  G1 = 3.2in  iPhone = 3.5in

Camera:  G1 = 3-megapixel iPhone = 2-megapixel

Capacity:  G1 = 2GB, expandable to 8GB iPhone = 8GB or 16GB

Key features:  touchscreen, Qwerty keyboard, internet access via 3G and Wi-Fi, additional downloadable content, one-click access to Google search services, built-in GPS and compass for easy navigation, push Google email, instant messaging. one-touch music downloads from Amazon MP3 store, 2GB integrated storage, expandable to 8GB.

Will these features outmatch the Androids opponents in the ring, will the Android be the last phone standing.

Split Decision

 I would personally love to get my hands on any one of these phones, and after 12 rounds of fighting I still cannot make a decision on which phone to buy as there was no knockout blow to any of the phones I have to leave the decision up to the judges just like a real boxing match. that means you please vote for your favourite in the poll below.

The Judges Decision

Split Decision Which Phone Is Your Winner

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      10 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

      mmmm.. I have had the iphone in my hand and there great however if you are not in area where the coverage is for 3G then you are not able to get all of the bells, whistles or applications. Here in the U.S. the only carrier you can have for that phone is AT&T which I don't personally care much for. I would love to have the new blackberry or the new Google Android, but I will wait until the masses purchase them and then the price will go down. Thank you for the info :)


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