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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bandw, Sep 11, 2011.
I don't think so, I will choose Nokia N9, what do you think?
Yes if the antenna problem was not exist still deserve FIVE STARS from me
Awesome design, but im not nostalgic. I want something new.
Glass back, while looks great, is not good design in my opinion! From my profession design must be practical as-well as anaesthetically pleasing... and while the iphone has the aesthetics down, practical side not so much! still love the phone tho!
Definately the best looking phone to date in my opinion. Looking forward to what they come up with next though.
For me it's one of the best designs for a consumer product.
I can't recall any other product that does so much so well and looks this good.
When I first saw it on Gizmodo it was aiite not a big step, but when I first bought it and used it mind blowing. Now bored of it can't wait for the iPhone 5.
Looks classy and all, but a brick made of glass with an aluminum ring around it isn't really ideal for everyday use
I still think that this (The G2) is up there with the iPhone 4. And the iPhone 2G.
definitly deserve a five star... i was using it since the first day release... never used a phone for that long
I think that Nokia and HTC are the only companies that compare with the iPhone with the HTC Legend being my favorite so far.
The N9 is hot. Just stick iOS on it and I'm sold.
It can be subjective since people's taste can be different and design also evolves.
I think iPhone 4 can be one of them. It harks back to the mid-20th century and more boxy design. Although I can see some hating it since it isn't the most comfortable to hold and some might miss the curves and the chrome bezel which adds some "bling" to the iPhone.
Some of my other favorites includes the Xperia X1, Nexus One, and BlackBerry Bold (9000 and 9900). Both the original and recent BB Bold feel great in the hand.
For something a little older, I like the RAZR 2 Luxury Edition
The iPhone 4 is the most beautiful iPhone yet. Awesome to look at, but horrible to hold. It's ergonomically horrible, and definitely the only iPhone that had the most negative publicity ever.
The Nokia N9 looks like a last-gen iPod Nano rip off. Wouldn't buy it, but that's just me.
I like the design, but wouldn't say it's the best.
Glass on both sides, antenna problems and a non-curved back cause a lot of problems for people, and is the main reason I skipped this gen. Hopefully the iPhone 5 will go back to a curved back, be made of something other than glass and have a redesigned antenna. Then I would call it the best.
It's stainless steel
I'm still partial to the iPhone 2g.
I love my iPhone 4 though.
SE Xperia Arc
I think the iPhone 4 is the best design yet. I haven't been able to replicate the signal loss issue.
Would be cool for iP5 to go back to Aluminium back, providing Apple can get the signal to go through correctly.
I too fall for the iPhone 2G's design. It still showed the technical limitation the world had in 2007, but it also pulled off a design that showed that Apple was one step ahead of the competition. It has a nice mix that makes it have a solid yet powerful feel to it.
I'm digging the new Sony Xperia arc design.
Personally, I like Galaxy S2 design that was released in Europe and Asia. I do not like the US versions. They look like crap.
My top three best phone designs (in no particular order):
The iPhone 4 is beautiful to look at but awful to hold sans case. The glass back is absurdly slippery and it simply does not feel comfortable in my hand when I'm holding it to my ear. I would never use the iPhone 4 without a case.
I never once used a case for my 3G iPhone. It did not have the hardware issues of the iPhone 4.
The original iPhone is still my favorite with respect to hardware. My hope is that iPhone 5 ditches the glass back for aluminum or anything other than glass.
The N9 looks awesome but it's essentially dead on arrival, which really is a shame. If Nokia had a future for the N9 then I would seriously consider it. Personally I feel most Android phones pale in comparison to the iPhone with respect to hardware.
I fully believe the iPhone 4 is the best designed smartphone out on the market currently. Most offerings are bulky and cheap. The iPhone 4 feels like a high quality phone.
Though I still enjoy looking at my iPhone 2G.