Apple has managed to sell more than a million handset within first three days, and we are expecting iPhone 4 to maintain its popularity chart despite serious antenna problems. Currently the only other alternative to the mighty iPhone 4 has been Sprint’s HTC EVO, but a new smartphone from Sprint is now threatening the HTC EVO dominance as an iPhone 4 alternative. Sprint Epic which is originally a Samsung Galaxy S Pro is going to change the whole mobile experience. It is a 4G handset with AMOLED 4” display and much more unique features. The Sprint Epic can benefit from Android 2.2 and the iPhone 4 hardware flaws and but will it be able to kill the iPhone? Let’s follow the comparison chart to compare both these handsets.
Epic 4G display has to have the first mention. It sports AMOLED 4” screen. Talking about the iPhone 4, the screen of size is 3.5”
Epic 4G incorporates a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor while the iPhone 4 spots a 1 GHz processor
3. Media Streaming:
Epic 4G supports DLNA, which uses standards-based technology to make it easier for consumers to use, share and enjoy their digital photos, music and videos. iPhone 4 does not happen to support Media Streaming
Epic 4G comes with a dual camera with a 5MP and Flash (front facing:VGA). iPhone 4 also has the dual camera settings, the primary in the rear is 5MP with Flash and the front facing is a VGA for video chatting.
Epic 4G comes with a 1500mAH battery and iPhone 4 incorporates a 1200mAH battery
6. Movie Store:
Epic is soon expected to add Movie Store feature to its handset but iPhone 4 already has it.
7. QWERTY Keyboard:
Epic spots a Qwerty Keyboard which has been in talks, as the feature is noted as its making the phone unique. iPhone 4 does not include a QWERTY Keyboard
8. Video Chat:
Epic 4G has the capacity of video chat while iPhone 4 only supports Video Chat on WiFi
9. Operating System:
Sprint Epic will have Android 2.1 but soon will update to Android 2.2 and Apple’s iPhone 4 has its own iOS4
10. Hotspot Capability:
Epic incorporates hotspot capability but this feature is missing in iPhone 4.