All three devices feature the same connectivity (802.11 Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR), but both Android phones feature slightly roomier touchscreens than iPhone 4. Though the Evo and the Incredible are both equipped with a removable battery (which the iPhone lacks), the iPhone's internal battery, with 300 hours of standby life, is by far the strongest of the three. The Evo and the Incredible last only 146 hours on standby.
iPhone's beefy internal storage (up to 32GB) dwarfs the Incredible's 8GB hard drive and eclipses the Evo's 1GB hard drive. However, both Android phones boast a microSD slot, which the iPhone does not.
Apple's App Store is three times the size of the Android App Store, but access to all those apps comes at a price: iPhone customers will pay $299 for a 32GB iPhone 4 ($199 for the 16GB). The Android phones, by contrast, are both priced at $199. Wireless service is also something to consider: AT&T, which has the fastest mobile network in the nation, but is plagued by notoriously spotty service, provides service for the iPhone 4; Sprint-Nextel covers the Evo; Verizon carries the Incredible.
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