iPhone 3GS vs iPhone 4 For Augmented Reality

Aside from the antenna problems, its nice to see incremental improvements on magic lens augmented reality.

6 Responses

  1. Great article! How about an article clearly laying out the pros and cons of iPhone vs. Android? I can glean bits here and there, but I’d love to see it all in one place.

  2. Thing is you cant really do that comparison, as Android is an OS and not any specific phone.
    Certainly a benchmark of phones compass’s would be nice.

  3. Good point. How about the HTC Droid Incredible, which is being touted as the best device on the Android platform right now. A comparison of that and the iPhone 4 would be helpful.

  4. @laura – I’ll see what I can do this week on it. Won’t be able to do a video comparison like this nice person did on the above video since I don’t have an HTC Droid Incredible, but maybe someone else has out there.

  5. Thomas, that would be great, even without a video presentation! I just bought my first smartphone (the Incredible), and it was one of the most agonizing decisions of my life. I want to have the best device possible for AR (recognizing that “best” will probably change on a daily basis), and it was really hard to find relevant, clearly laid-out info on the Droid – not like what you’ve done here for the iPhone. Of course, the carrier ended up playing the ultimate role in my decision. For a variety of reasons, it just didn’t make sense to leave Verizon. I’d still like to see the side-by-side comparison by someone far more knowledgeable than I, though, so anything you can do would be wonderful!

  6. Well, I’ve been very happy with my HTC Legend, despite the fact it was outdated within a week of getting it ;)

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