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I am getting a new phone soon & want to know I Phone or DROID Thuberbolt??
Ahh, dontcha just love copy and paste....
"The one glaring and significant different between the iPhone and the Thunderbolt is that the Thurnderbolt is capable of using the new 4G LTE network, Verizon's new high-speed data service. The iPhone 4 is not capable of this, although the speculation about the upcoming iPhone 5 having a 4G radio is running rampant, as is the speculation about the expected release of the Verizon version, as it's a safe bet that the AT&T will release their iPhone 5 in July.
The 4G LTE network is currently being rolled out in larger markets across the USA, so if your area doesn't have it and isn't scheduled to have it anytime soon, the 4G LTE capability of the Thunderbolt may not be a factor for you. I'm hearing that the Thunderbolt is one hell of a great phone, regardless of the 4G part.
I personally have no interest in the iPhone and not because I think it's a bad phone. It's great at what it does. I'm a geek, so I like the Droid family of phones.
If you peruse the iPhone 4 forum on this site, you will most certainly see different opinions...
search around this forum and you will find a number of threads that debate this. this is just my opinion. droids are much more customizable, support full flash contet, and the tbolt has the superior hardware. iphone is probably a bit easier to use right out of the box if you have never had a smartphone. i'm getting a new phone next week and it will be the tbolt (i have the incredible and while it is 9 months old, i still LOVE it).