Smartphone Faceoff: HTC EVO 4G vs. iPhone 4

Ben Parr

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Last week in our Web Faceoff series, we asked you, the readers, to help us answer a question: Where do you get more of your news: Twitter or newspapers?

At least among Mashable’s (Mashable) readers, social media was the clear winner. Twitter dominated the faceoff with 1,005 (52%) while newspapers as a whole only garnered 418 (22%). 282 of you said neither, while another 211 voted that both were equal sources of news.

This week, we’re jumping away from social media and into smartphones. In the past, we’ve compared the iPhone 3GS to the Nexus One and even the iPhone prototype to the Droid Incredible. However, in honor of the launch of the iPhone 4, we thought it was time to revisit the iPhone vs. Android (Android) debate.

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This Web Faceoff series is supported by Buick.

Last week in our Web Faceoff series, we asked you, the readers, to help us answer a question: Where do you get more of your news: Twitter or newspapers?

At least among Mashable’s (Mashable) readers, social media was the clear winner. Twitter dominated the faceoff with 1,005 (52%) while newspapers as a whole only garnered 418 (22%). 282 of you said neither, while another 211 voted that both were equal sources of news.

This week, we’re jumping away from social media and into smartphones. In the past, we’ve compared the iPhone 3GS to the Nexus One and even the iPhone prototype to the Droid Incredible. However, in honor of the launch of the iPhone 4, we thought it was time to revisit the iPhone vs. Android (Android) debate.

Which phone do you prefer: HTC Evo or iPhone 4? (Poll Closed)

Total Votes: 9,327

This week’s competitors are none other than the iPhone 4 and the HTC EVO. Both phones come with a front-facing camera, but they quickly differentiate from there. While the iPhone has iOS 4.0, the EVO runs Android 2.1 and sports a 4.3″ screen, far larger than the iPhone 4 (though it does Retina Display).

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