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NTT Docomo taps into Google's Android in bid to dethrone iPhone 3GS

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According to the Mainichi daily news, with smartphone sales growing slowly but steadily, NTT Docomo is going up against current champ SoftBank, with the nation's first smartphone powered by Google's Android.  In fiscal 2008, smartphones accounted for some 5 percent of the domestic cell phone market, but this is set to double over the next 2-3 years. Now, however, Docomo's HT-03A, released in July, is facing off against the Apple iPhone 3GS, which came out in June. Both are large touchscreen-based phones, but how do they differ?  The iPhone 3GS, the current reigning champ, boasts a 3.5-inch touchscreen, with a smooth, responsive user interface. Rounding out the package is the world-famous iPod media player.  The newer contender, the HT-03A, is a tad smaller with a 3.2-inch screen. However, in addition to the touch interface it also comes with a trackball and several buttons, putting Google's Search and Maps applications a single click away.  On top of that, when accessing Google's Street View, the onboard compass allows users to change the view just by moving the handset in the desired direction. Furthermore, while Android has just a tenth of the software available, developers are likely to catch up in a short time thanks to the open source nature of the platform.  However, when pitted against regular cell phones, some might find their basic features lacking. Both have on-board cameras, but these lag behind those on other phones, at just 3 megapixels for the iPhone 3GS and 3.2 megapixels for the HT-03A.

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