Lots of ongoing speculations claim that Apple allegedly leaked the upcoming iPhone 4G to spoil the release of the Droid Incredible.
While there are also evidences that the leak is a genuine and an unintentional accident, no one can contest that the two mobile phone models will soon be hailed as competitors.
The iPhone 4G is scheduled to be released until July, and for sure those who have the 3G or 3GS versions will create buzz on acquiring the 4G, while those who fell in love with the Android OS will surely clamor for the Droid Incredible.
Let me give you a list of short comparison of what is currently known about the two phones:
*new interface will allow folder creation on home screen and app multitasking
*full access to about 185,000 apps in the App Store
* the 1GHz A4 processor in the new iPad could have made its way into the iPhone 4G
*screen is "slightly smaller" than the 3.5 inch 3GS screen
*much higher resolution than on a 3GS," speculating it could even have a 960x640 resolution
*with front facing camera
*battery is 20 percent larger than previous models (6 hours of talk or Internet use over a 3G connection)
*has a micro-SIM card slot (exclusive for AT&T; cannot run on Verizon)
*Will be running a special interface over the Android OS called HTC Sense
*access to over 50,000 apps (will gradually increase through time)
* uses the same display as the (480x800 resolution)
*8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash
*5 hours of talk or Internet use over a 3G connection)
Okay, this is just a mini-review for now, until Apple reveals the full details for the iPhone 4G, including the price which will definitely play as one of the most considered factors of future mobile phone consumers.
Let's just wait and see on where will the Apple and Google battle will lead us. :-)