Exactly like the Mac versus PC question: Depends on what you want to do with it.If you specifically want to run iPhone apps, then no.Otherwise: Are the applications _you_ want to run available on both, and if so is the implementation on one or the other better?It's a phone. What do you think of the sound quality, and the networks it's available on?What do you think of the user interface?Processor details don't matter unless you're pushing the limit (with a fancy game, most likely) or developing on it. All machines wait for user input at the same speed.
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according to me samsung galaxy s2 is better!Form Factor1st: Galaxy S II125.3 x 66.1 x 8.49mm, 117g2nd: iPhone 4115.2 x 58.7 x 9.3mm, 137gStorage1st: Galaxy S II16/32GB + microSD2nd: iPhone 416/32GBBattery LifeTie: Galaxy S II 1650mAhTie: iPhone 4 1420mAh, Up to 10 hours videoDisplayTie: Galaxy S II 4.27-inch, 800x480px, Super AMOLED PlusTie: iPhone 4 3.5-inch, 960x640px, LCD with IPSPerformance1st: Galaxy S II 1GHz Tegra 2 dual core, 1GB RAM / 1.2GHz Dual Core Exynos chip, 1GB RAM2nd: iPhone 4 Apple A4, 512MBImaging1st: Galaxy S II 8MP rear, 2MP front, 1080p video capture2nd: iPhone 4 5MP rear, VGA front, 720p video captureConnectivity1st: Galaxy S II Wi-Fi, NFC, 4G, BT 3.0, DLNA, Wi-Fi tethering2nd: iPhone 4 Wi-Fi, BT 2.1, 3G
+1, then + another 1. The galaxy2 has a year on the iphone4. It had BETTER outperform it in many ways :) ...I'm just sad I only have a galaxy 1.