We’ve already shown you how Apple’s latest iPhone, the iPhone 4S, stacks up against the iPhone 4, and now, thanks to Android Central, we have a very clear cut way to show you how it stacks up against competition outside of Apple products. Unfortunately, we can’t quite put it up against the likes of the Samsung Nexus Prime or HTC Vigor just yet, so we’re instead going to have to settle for a little device called the Samsung Galaxy S II along with some Windows Phone and BlackBerry.
What we have here is the iPhone 4S pitted against competition that consists of the Android powered Galaxy S II, the Windows Phone powered HTC Titan, the BlackBerry OS powered Bold 9900, and the now defunct, webOS powered, HP Pre 3.
The iPhone 4S’ only competition here, at least in my opinion, is the Galaxy S II.
It’ll be nice when we can put the iPhone 4S up against some more serious competition. Nothing against the Galaxy S II, I am talking more in terms of Android Ice Cream Sandwich powered devices.
Luckily, it shouldn’t be more than a couple of days before we can do just that.
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