The Iphone 4 Featuring A 3.5 Inch Display Against The 4.3 Inch Offered By The Htc Hd7

The iPhone 4 offers a 3.5 inch Retina display against the 4.3 inch WVGA display offered by the HTC HD7 which also offers High Definition video recording and image capture with a 5 megapixel camera and a front VGA camera for video calling also. The handsets also both offer impressive operating systems which allow you to customise your handset with apps and more.

The iPhone 4 provides a high quality Retina multi-touch display offering a staggering 326 pixel per inch density, thus rendering it practically impossible for the human eye to determine the pixels on screen. The multi-touch technology offers simple tap swipe and double-tap finger motions among other combinations for the onscreen user interface with the iOS 4 operating system running. Meanwhile, the HD7 provides the WIndows Phone 7 operating system which provides a simplistic user interface beginning with the Start Screen, as opposed to the Home screen offered by iPhone 4.

The iPhone also offers an impressive 5 megapixel camera with flash and easy to use software for editing and more, as well as also being able to create great High Definition movies on the handset too. The HD7 similarly offers the same features, with the use of a dual LED flash for even greater light enhancement. Both handsets also feature a front facing VGA camera which is able to provide easy self-portrait shots along with the ability to make video calls. The iPhone 4 allows you to view media again through the Videos and Photos apps respectively, while the HD7 provides the Pictures Hub for photos and the Music and Videos combined Hub for your videos and music.

The handsets feature integrated social networking with dedicated apps featured on both for popular services such as Facebook and Twitter, along with media services such as Flickr and YouTube also present. The iPhone provides an internal GPS receiver and offers preinstalled Google Maps, in the same way as Android running HTC models, however with the HD7 running Microsoft Windows Phone 7 it has also LED to it having the alternative Bing Maps preloaded instead. Bing Maps also offers directions and world maps.

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