Up until now world has seen THREE generations in mobile technology… now it’s the turn of latest 4G technology…And the designers those in war of creating these ultra modern gadgets are Samsung GALAXY S and another obvious opponent is APPLE iPHONE 4… yet few another mobile companies also started their excavation in this new generation but they are far behind when compared with these mobile maniac freaks…

Two competitors


Samsung Galaxy S over Apple iPhone 4

  • 4” Super AMOLED display with a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • Regular SIM card support
  • DivX/XviD video support
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Notably cheaper

Apple iPhone 4 over Samsung Galaxy S

  • iOS 4
  • 640 x 960 pixel Retina display
  • Scratch-resistant, high-quality glass panels
  • LED flash
  • Precise movement tracking via a gyro sensor…

Screen and OS are the most powerful weapons of both the Galaxy S and the iPhone 4. Super AMOLED came first and impressed the world but now the Retina display is claiming the crown.


The Samsung Galaxy S features a 4-inch, 480×800 pixel super-AMOLED color screen.

It’s massive and sharp and we’d say it’s the best feature of the Samsung Galaxy S, and probably the best smart phone screen out there.

However, the iPhone 4’s 640×960 pixels, 3.5 inch Retina display with a glass, scratch resistant cover, is absolutely stunning too.

The larger, crisper screen of the Galaxy S gets our vote though.

Best: Samsung Galaxy S


The Samsung Galaxy S features a 5-megapixel camera mounted on the back. There’s no flash or an anti-shake filter, or video calling as there is on the iPhone 4.

The Samsung’s camera does allow for video recording in HD though, although we’re not sure how handy it will be without a flash in low light conditions.

The Samsung Galaxy S also features a secondary camera on the front for making video calls.

Along with the 5-megapixel camera on the back with LED flash, the iPhone 4 packs in a VGA camera on the front to allow for self-portraits and Face Time calls.

The more powerful camera on the rear even supports HD video recording, at a resolution of 720p at 30 frames per second.

We see the flash as an advantage here because it means the iPhone is prepared for any low-light situation.

Best: iPhone 4 and GALAXY in their own ways

Difference between the clarity of pictures taken


Both the Samsung Galaxy S and the iPhone 4 feature a 1GHz processor.
The Galaxy S’s processor is ARM’s Cortex A8 1GHz processor, while the iPhone4 uses Apple’s own Apple A4 processor, although it is built upon the same framework as the Samsung’s powerhouse.

We’ve seen the capabilities of Apple’s A4 processor on the iPad and it performs fantastically well.

Samsung has a lot to compete with in this arena; although we’re pretty sure Samsung will put up a strong fight and possibly prove victorious.

Best: Samsung Galaxy S

Operating System:
The Samsung Galaxy S runs on Android 2.1, with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI overlaid.

It’s a decent move from Android 1.6 offering Outlook support, more homescreens and Flash Lite v3.1.

Android also offers full multitasking unlike Apple which is always an advantage in our eyes, especially when you consider its speedy processor.

The iPhone 4 runs on the newly innovated iOS 4. Features include interchangeable homescreen wallpapers, multitasking, and a software audio controller that works with any background audio app, not just the iPod app.

However, Apple’s App Store will be hard to beat, despite Android catching up on the apps race pretty quickly.

Best: iPhone 4

Basic info on gadgets


Ultimately when it comes to comparing which is the best. We still have no answer for it…iPHONE’s picture quality beats out GALAXY’s poor quality badly…and GALAXY beats iPHONE in many ways…these high level gadgets are going to rule the future markets….

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