That said, the Fennec build was intolerably slow compared to the built-in Chrome browser that "just works", but the above mentioned experience represents a real amount of freedom your average iOS user doesn't get... if I am given any working Android executable, I can run it. It might not run well because of said "fragmentation", but Jobs isn't putting his hand on my forehead and saying "no", either.
Yes, but between a faster CPU and HSPUA radio, the iPhone 4 is noticeably faster 3G in supported areas. I don't know about on WiFi.
The Epic 4g has the same processor as the iPhone 4, a 1-GHz ARM Cortex A8. It has a newer GPU, the PowerVR SGX 540 as opposed to the 535 in the iPhone. It also has 512mB of RAM instead of the 256 in the iPhone. It has a few other advantages, like the Super AMOLED screen, which I can attest is absurdly high in contrast, brightness, saturation, and