Originally Posted by Mattykinsx
Every phone I listed save for the Nexus S was announced and set to launch THIS YEAR, and the Nexus S launched just before the end of December.
What in the world are you talking about?
And no, they don't also all use the Tegra 2. The ARC and PLAY actually both use a 1 Ghz Snapdragon compared to 1.4 Ghz Snapdragon in the Pre3. The HTC Thunderbolt, one of the two phones I mentioned that does have 768 RAM, ALSO isn't dual core or tegra 2 but again a 1 Ghz snapdragon as opposed to the 1.4 Ghz in the Pre3. The Nexus S is also 1 Ghz in a single core.
Seriously, please...I'm fine with having this discussion, but research before you speak.
Could you quote me a legitimate source to suggest that the iPhone is going to change that? Cause I've not seen any legitimate source stating such.
As has been pointed out, its suspected that the iphone will be getting a bigger screen.
I clearly have stated already that the Pre3 is definitely beat by high end phones with regards to resolution. I also stated it is still better than the previous Pre's AND that to me the trade-off for the potential bonus of gaining developers due to it allowing for multi-platform development is worth it.
Again you compare to last years technology.
Your resolution comment again compares to last years phones.
I believe engadget and others stated it felt a bit like a toy, too plasticy, and a bit wobbly even then not to mention the whole razor sharp edge thing.
As far as your comment about the build quality.
How many of those reviewers said the original Pre was built poorly?