iPhone 4 - unboxed and compared to the 3G

Aug 2, 2010
  The big winner for the iPhone 4 (right) is it's Retina screen, with 960 x 640 pixels, compared to the iPhone 3G's 480 x 320 (right).

Yes, the iPhone 4 has four times the pixels! 

If you look at the word "phone" under the phone icon at the bottom left of each phone, you should be able to see the difference in the crispness of the text.

You may be able to see the Moiré pattern on the iPhone 4 -- an artefact generated by the additional pixels causing interference.  
 
The big winner for the iPhone 4 (right) is it's Retina screen, with 960 x 640 pixels, compared to the iPhone 3G's 480 x 320 (right). Yes, the iPhone 4 has four times the pixels! If you look at the word "phone" under the phone icon at the bottom left of each phone, you should be able to see the difference in the crispness of the text. You may be able to see the Moiré pattern on the iPhone 4 -- an artefact generated by the additional pixels causing interference.
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