Oh and on the N95 note, we use a car charger when we're using the GPS. It's a small screen but big enough to see an arrow and you get the voice directions telling you which turn to take etc. The GPS works well, I don't use it for sports tracker when I'm in the woods, through a Camelbak and tree cover it seems a bit patchy. On the road though it's fine, the newer firmware spots where you are much faster as well. The iPhone hasn't had ANY guided GPS since release anyway, I'm pretty lost as to what it thinks people use GPS for, wasted feature.
They're not perfect, it oversaturates quite badly if you take shots into the light, bright photos like the last one can come out grainy too. It's a mobile phone camera though, could do a lot worse. Due to the micro-SD slot I've got a good few GB of storage on there as well.
The iPhone is just so far advanced in every way it just not true.
Well, except for the above I guess, I still think the GPS is leagues behind. Yes, it's got a bigger screen but aside from that it seems to do less It's also literally a newer phone, it must be a year newer than the N95? And this is the original model, 3G must be a couple of years newer.
Can't really argue with the browser, it is a bit of a pain, it does render everything well though, even a lot of Flash stuff. Hence thinking the N97 with a big screen might be good Once the 30 day novelty of wasting money on apps had run out I think I'd feel a bit cheated on the old tech with a spangley UI approach of the iPhone.