iPhone 4 Introduced at WWDC 2010: Retina Display, Gyroscope, 5MP Cam With Flash, A4 Chip
A couple of minutes ago, Steve Jobs just introduced the iPhone 4, the follow-up to the iPhone 3GS, during WWDC 2010. The handset comes with the A4 chip, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and 32GB of memory, at best. The device is 24% thinner than the 3GS, it comes with a front camera, Bluetooth, GPS and WiFi.
The screen is the revolutionary Retina display, a 3.5 inch unit, with a 960 x 640 pixel resolution, 800:1 contrast ratio and IPS technology, better than the OLED one. iPhone 4 relies on the in-house made A4 chip and also comes with a micro SIM tray, for some extra space to crow in that big battery.
Said battery provides 300 hours of standby, 7 hours of 3G talk, 6 hours of 3G browsing, 10 hours of WiFi browsing, 10 hours of video, 4 hours of music. Dual mic noise suppression is also on board, as well as connectivity options and support for HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity (7.2Mbps/5.8Mbps). You also get some fun features, like the 3 axis gyro, proximity sensor, compass and accelerometer providing a great gaming experience.
As far as the camera is concerned, there’s a 5 megapixel sensor in the mix, with 5X digital zoom, tap to focus and LED flash, plus 720p video recording @ 30 fps , video editing and one click sharing.