The smartphone market is just about the biggest one out there at the moment. There's a whole host of handsets to choose from and RIM's BlackBerry is one of the longest-standing brands.
However Apple's iPhone has captured the public's imagination. Does the BlackBerry deserve to remain the business standard? Is the iPhone all flash and no substance? See how these two mobile 2.0 platforms compare in our head-to-head comparison.
Mobile main screens
At first glance, the iPhone (on the left in the pictures below) and BlackBerry Bold (right in the pictures below) have similar setups for their apps and other functionalities: an array of icons that open tools and folders.
These are visible as soon as you power on an iPhone; on the BlackBerry, the home screen shows just a few key apps and your mail accounts' status - pressing the BlacBerry icon next to navigation orb takes you to others. The BlackBerry setup is less cluttered while the iPhone has direct access to make items from the main screen.
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