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AT&T’s iPhone 3GS vs. Verizon’s Palm Pre Plus: Video

When is comes to handsets, Verizon could certainly do with a few more decent smartphones. They still do not have the Apple iPhone 3GS, but they do have the Motorola Droid and now they have the Palm Pre Plus. This is not exactly what users what, but at least it is one more choice for them.

While doing some digging, we found that Phones Review located a video on YouTube that puts these two smartphones side-by-side. It does seem unfair to compare the Pre Plus to the iPhone 3GS as the latter has set the standard when it comes to cell phones.

The original Palm Pre had been pitted against the iPhone 3G when it was first launched, but that go blown out of the water with the launch of the 3GS version. The Pre Plus has seen a minor upgrade, nothing that will help it worry Apple.

There have already been a number of videos of both these phones, but this particle one lasts for just over 24 minutes. When viewing the video both handsets have been put through a series of test, comparing browser speed, navigation, applications and much more.

View the video below and let us know what you thought of the results, nit that they came as any surprise.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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