iPhone 4G: What’s changed from 3GS

By Alan Ng - Apr 20, 2010

In our previous article, we briefly told you about some of the new hardware specs within the iPhone 4G device, but now we have a more detailed report for you to read.

From the now ‘infamous’ Gizmodo review, we now know that the iPhone 4G will pack a considerable amount of changes than the old iPhone 3GS.

Main additions include a front facing camera, a larger back camera with flash, a higher resolution screen and a secondary mic located at the top, thought to be for noise cancellation. Other hardware changes include a Micro-SIM port, split volume buttons on the side and an aluminium trim featured around all the sides of the device.

Another main change about the iPhone 4G includes an all-new flat design on the back of the device – we have to say that this looks great compared to the 3GS’s rounded-finish. Gizmodo is also reporting that the screen is slightly smaller than the 3GS, but is running a higher resolution this time around.

Consumers looking to pick this up this Summer will be very pleased to hear that that the iPhone 4G will offer much more battery life, with the inclusion of a 16% bigger battery than the 3GS.

For more information regarding specs of the iPhone 4G, including dimensions, head over to Gizmodo for the full lowdown.

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Also See: The 4G iPhone is already here, false impressions