|Feature||Motorola E1||Apple iPhone|
|Price||$134.00 (price varies from store to store, this was the first price I've found), unblocked||You can't buy it unblocked, $500 for AT&T|
|Dimensions (small phones fit better in your pocket)||108 x 46 x 20.5 mm, 89 cc||115 x 61 x 11.6mm|
|Weigth (the lighter the better)||107 g||135 g|
|Set your own music as a ringtone||Of course||Nope|
|Screen gets smudgy with usage during a couple of minutes||Huh?||Er, yes|
|If the battery starts getting way to used you...||...go to a store near you and buy another one||...send your phone to Apple|
|Regarding to getting software||I install here what I want and can even develop stuff.||Software? Well, I might be able to buy stuff to Apple if they release it...|
Q: Are you serious? You're comparing the hyped iPhone with a Motorola E1, for real?
A: Yes. I have an old cheap cellphone that is better than iPhone, and I wouldn't change.
Q: Huh... Now, for real...
A: For real? I instaled an SSH client in my cellphone that I often use. Can't do with an iPhone. I'm a MMS sender and reciever. Can't do with an iPhone. I often use my cellphone as a modem. Can't do with an iPhone.
Don't confuse this as an iPhone-hate blog post: it really isn't. Is just that after my yesterday's post some people thought I was kind of mean with it. This post just gives you some reasons why the iPhone isn't suitable for me.