Pros excellent screen, navigation, fast/responsive, interactive widgets better than iPhone icons, Gmail/Google Apps synch works well, multiple Exchange inbox support
Cons Fatal flaw is lack of Exchange Calendar support, hopefully they will add soon. It's a bit slippery in the hands..a good shell should solve that
Summary If you are on gmail or google apps and on T-Mobile this is a smokin fast device with a great UI. It's not a simplistic at the iPhone but you can do just about anything with it. But if you need Exchange calendar support, you should wait to see if Google adds it. There are a couple of decent add-ons out there. I used TouchDown on my G1, but unless they improved since the last time I used them, I will be going back to my unlocked iPhone on Tmo and waiting for the HD2 or other superphone to come out, preferably one that supports multiple Exchange accounts as I use Exchange both at work and on client sites.
Pros Its so damn good... best looking... so good...
Cons Takes time to learn this phone, you discover something new every day
Summary Trust me dont compare with iphone, never used iphone so dont know it. This phone looks 100 times sexier than iphone, just hold this in your hand and feel. I took this to mall to get protector sheet. everyone was looking at this phone, made me feel very proud, this one is the best... The good thing there is a solution to fix any issue you face in this phone, only thing you need to either discover or read online menu ...
Pros Fast Beautiful Fun Highest End Technology as of this date.
Cons Would have liked an External camera button but seeing as how nice the camera Picture quality is I can look past that, PLease google enable Multi-Touch in your native apps, we all KNOW its a Multi-touch panel and works Excellent in 3rd party apps.
Summary It has Everything a Smart phone should have today and it does each and every one of them extremely well. The Snap dragon 1gigahertz processor FLIES!!!! You really notice it in everything you do and the 512 RAM is a HUGE PLUS! Both help leap this phone performance wise over any other phone in the market currently.
Pros Has all of the benefits of an android phone, nice design, faster processor than eris.
Cons Still no bluetooth activated voice dialing (come on - too many states are hands free. How could you ignore a basic phone feature.) Also, additional memory card does not make up for the fact that apps can only be stored on the internal memory.
Pros Snappy performance from the snapdragon processor. Fast, multi-tasking, great form factor.
Cons T-Mobile. Unless you are in a City of 50,000 or more T-Mobile is a weak carrier. They really need to merge with AT&T and put everyone out of their misery.
Summary Once you get over the paranoia of Google knowing everything about you, this is an incredible phone. Far superior to the Droid. The performance is much faster than the iPhone. Apps run pretty well. Not a multi-media device like the iPhone. I have 20 gigs of songs, movies, podcasts and audiobooks on my iPhone. I see nothing here that can compete. But when it comes to keeping track of your contacts, email and google calendars, this phone is tops. Better display than the iPhone.
I wouldn't call this an iPhone killer. Not just because of the apps availability, although many apps that I use on the iPhone just aren't there for Android yet. It really has more to do with the carrier. If this phone was available on Verizon, it would own the market today. T-Mobile is a sucky carrier. When you're on wi-fi it flies. On the supposed 3g T-Mobile network it bogs down and goes into Edge continually.
Obviously the next gen iPhone will have the amOled screen with a faster processor and availability on the Verizon network. Its going to be interesting to see.