My 2 Cents:  Here is a nice little comparison between the new gPhone and iPhone.  What do you think…is it the iKilla?

After the T-Mobile G1 was announced this morning, we went over the features of the G1, compared it to other phones, and listed what was missing. But we think a lot of you are asking if this compares well to the Apple iPhone 3G, and if it’s a so-called "iPhone killer." Here’s a simple side-by-side comparison chart of the two devices, with what we think are important design and feature differences (Bear in mind that some of these features might change as new applications surface). Let us know what you think.

 T-Mobile G1Apple iPhone 3G
Dimensions4.60 inches x 2.16 inches x 0.62 inch5.5 inches x 2.4 inches x 0.48 inch
Screen size3.2 inch3.5 inch
NavigationTouch screen, QWERTY keyboard, trackball and navigation keys. No multitouch-gesture support.Touch screen, Home button. Multitouch-gesture support.
Camera3.2 megapixels, no video recording2.0 megapixels, no video recording
ConnectivityQuad-band GSM, dual-band UMTS, Wi-Fi. Bluetooth-headset profile is supported, but no stereo Bluetooth, no tethering.Quad-band GSM, tri-band UMTS/HSDPA, Wi-Fi. Bluetooth-headset profile is supported, but no stereo Bluetooth, no tethering.
MapsGoogle Maps with Satellite View, Traffic, and Street View. Also has a compass mode that orients the screen as you move.Google Maps with Satellite View and Traffic. No Street View
MemoryMicroSD-card slot expandable up to 8GB, with MicroSDHC-card support. Comes with a 1GB card preloaded8GB or 16GB, no expansion slot
E-mailPush Gmail, POP3, IMAP, no ExchangePOP3, IMAP, Exchange support
SyncingOver-the-air synchronizationDesktop synchronization, with over-the-air sync for certain cloud-based applications like Web mail and online calendars.
Visual VoicemailDon’t know yet, presumably noYes
Music StoreAmazon MP3 StoreiTunes Store
Application StoreAndroid Market. The SDK is open source and applications don’t need to be vetted for approval.iTunes Application Store. Applications need to be approved by Apple to appear in the store.
Multimedia MessagingYesNo
Copy and PasteYesNo
Voice dialYesNo
3.5mm jackNoYes
Removable batteryYesNo
Price$179 with two-year service agreement$199 with two-year service agreement for 8GB, $299 with two-year service agreement for 16GB
Data plan$35 a month for unlimited Web, e-mail, messaging, and T-Mobile HotSpot access; $25 a month for unlimited Web, e-mail, unlimited IM on Google Talk, 400 total messages (text, picture messages, non-Google Talk IM), and T-Mobile HotSpot access.$30 a month for unlimited consumer data plan, $45 a month for unlimited business data plan, $5 a month for 200 text messages, $15 a month for 1,500 text messages, $20 a month for unlimited text messages

T-Mobile G1 Vs. Apple iPhone 3G | Crave, the gadget blog – CNET

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