iPhone Beats Droid, Nexus One And Droid Eris In Touchscreen Performance
January 09, 2010 at 10:06 AM EST
To be honest, I don't really care which is the better smartphone (or super-duper phone ): the iPhone 3GS , the Motorola Droid , HTC's Droid Eris , Google's Nexus One , Nokia's N900 or the Palm Pre . It's just great to witness this seemingly never-ending advancements in mobile technology, both on a hardware and software level, and to see increased competition drive innovation at such rapid pace. Just compare the market today to five years ago, and you can't help but be amazed by how far we've come - I still remember my epic struggles to get my previous phone (HTC S710 with Windows Mobile) to do half of what I really wanted it to. In short: if all phone manufacturers keep on pumping out better phones, I'm a happy camper (for the record: I'm still very pleased with my iPhone 3GS as my primary device). But comparisons will be comparisons, and MOTO Development Group this morning announced the results of its DIY touchscreen analysis , based on some touchy testing of the capacitive screens of the Nexus One, the iPhone, the Motorola Droid and HTC's Droid Eris.