Prizefight: Speed test: iPhone 3G vs. T-Mobile G1 Video
Prizefight: Speed test: iPhone 3G vs. T-Mobile G1 Video Transcript
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>> What's up Prizefight fans? I'm Brian Tong and things look a little different here. I have a competitor, a friend, foe, rival, what is it?
>> A foe, an enemy perhaps -- today.
>> Okay. Well for today, Ms. Bonnie Cha is in the studio. Now we have a special request that you guys all ask about.
>> Yeah. So we are going to compare the Apple iPhone G3 versus the T-Mobile G1.
>> Compare 3G speeds.
>> Which one is faster?
>> Which one is faster because we did one similarly with the original iPhone and iPhone 3G, people were like, we got to see this.
>> Okay, now some things you guys should know is that the web browsers that we're actually using are different on each phone. Apple's iPhone has the Safari browser, where Google has their own proprietary mobile browser.
>> Their own mobile -- yup.
>> Okay and then any other factors we should take into consideration.
>> 3G coverage is gonna depend on your area. You know, it's just a variant.
>> Of where you are.
>> And I might get screwed off in the line just chaps right here.
>> Right there.
>> And my 3G is gone, right.
>> If PDD is not an excuse, that's fine.
>> Okay, alright. Well are you ready about -- are you ready for this?
>> I'm ready.
>> Okay. You guys are ready, we're ready. Okay, get ready. On your marks, get set, go. Alright.
>> Alright, I got some progress here.
>> Your progress far looks a little oh.
>> Look at how fast this it's going?
>> What's going on?
>> Oh, no. what happened? Did my network hiccup for a second -- oh.
>> I've got, I have got --
>> Wait, wait, I'm catching up.
>> No, no, no.
>> No, you're not done yet, I'm about...
>> I don't even see anything on your page.
>> Go, go, go.
>> Go, go, go.
>> You have graphics and I don't.
>> You're banners in -- no. Oh, wait.
>> Here we go, here we go.
>> I think I'm done.
>> She's done.
>> I'm done.
>> She's done, right.
>> You're still going, huh? .. It's probably because we're in San Francisco and there's so many iPhone users -- and I'm done.
>> Yeah. Anyway.
>> Mine hiccup -- mine hiccupped.
>> Oh yeah, a hiccups, sure.
>> Okay, let's check out the times.
>> Okay. What do you got?
>> I got 22 seconds.
>> Twenty-two? I have 30 seconds.
>> Yeah. I win.
>> I swear, like I was saying, there's a lot of people in the AT&T network.
>> I know. I'll give you that.
>> But this is juts a test.
>> But it doesn't matter. It still beat the iPhone 3G.
>> It did.
>> Okay, we'll, there you guys have it. T-Mobile G1 kicks the booty of the iPhone 3G. You know how we close the show right?
>> You know what time it is.
>> I know it's time.
>> Alright, thanks for watching Prizefight. We'll catch you guys next time. Ready?
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