That one site (Amazon) does NOT break the pattern in spite of being e-commerce site. Amazon's consumer ratings repeat the rating pattern of two other non-commerce sites: on all three the HTC Evo has higher ratings vs. iPhone.
"Troll"? So you name calling, that means you just lost the argument
"If you bother to look", the CNET and the Phonearena don't cell phones, but result is still the same.
And since you don't bother to look, it "places you firmly" in the blind worshiper category. Apple is your religion
Consumer ratings are consistant across 3 different sites. It's not just Amazon: it's also Cnet and Phonearena.Considering antenna fiasco, I see why average iPhone user is not that excited about owning the iPhone.
Not less scientific then survey made by financial firm who has vested interest investing in Apple. At least the consumer ratings are independent and consistant across 3 different sites (not just Amazon).
What do you mean "definitely not true"? HTC has 1.3 mpx front camera vs. iPhone's 0.3 mpx camera. iPhone front camera is just crappy.
The iPhone back camera is pretty good, but again at 5mpx you can't get as much detail and low noise as 8mpx camera. Check out this comparison and you will see that iPhone camera has high noise level vs. older 2010 8mpx HTC. The new Galaxy camera is even better.http://www.gsmarena.com/piccmp.php3?...&idPhone3=3788
Also HTC has face...
It's Apple's own problem, that they unable to come up for 16 month with another iPhone. So if we compare phones it would be fair compare current-to-current.But even 16 month ago the iPhone 4 was already obsolete on arrival vs. HTC and Samsung phones. For instance, unlike iphone 4, the HTC EVO offered: 4G, 4.3" screen (while screen sizes 3.5"-4" also available), wi-fi hot spot capabilities - 8 devices, FM radio, HDMI port, removable battery, better camera (both back and...