Huh? It's not that different. Both have "retina" type displays.gilboman wrote: ↑Feb 7th, 2013 5:09 pmI don't think they copied the ancient and low tech iPhone. I mean the Bb actually has a HD screen, can actually multi task and can actually handle notifications.
The iPhone has none of that. The iPhone is a me too device for past 3 years and always trying to chase android and Samsung. They copied camera features. Copied larger screens but failed completely with the small outdated retina display and the phone is so ancient it can't even multitask lol
http://www.todaysiphone.com/2013/02/bla ... omparison/
Getting down to the basics of specifications, the iPhone features a 4-inch, 640×1136 resolution display boasting an impressive pixel density of 326ppi. The Z10 has a 4.2-inch panel with a resolution of 768×1280 pixels, giving it a density of 355ppi. Both are impressively sharp, and – although the Z10 has the higher pixel count and density, the difference isn’t easy to detect with the human eye. If at all.
One thing I did notice (but only when the iPhone and Z10 were side by side) was that the BlackBerry handset had a faint yellow tint. It did affect color reproduction, more so the whites and blues. Contrast levels are good on both, but blacks appear darker on the BlackBerry. Colors are a little more vivid on the iPhone, and the screen in general is brighter and seems sharper. Even with the iPhone at 75% and the Z10 at 100% the Apple handset was noticeably brighter and clearer.