iPhone lovers now have a choice between Verizon’s EVDO Rev. A iPhone4 and the HSDPA 3G AT&T version.  They are of course very similar on the outside but inside they differ in several key ways.  For instance, you do not have to jailbreak the Verizon in order to use your phone as a hotspot, but do not expect to be able to transfer data at the same time as you are using its voice functionality.  Digital Trends has compiled a list of the differences between these two phones here, if you are still trying to decide which one is best for yourself.

“Like identical twins, Verizon’s new iPhone 4 and the version that has been available on AT&T since this summer may share a vast majority of their DNA, but it’s the fraction of a percent where they differ that geeks and analysts will be picking apart. Wondering how the same phone will work differently on different networks? Here’s how Verizon’s iPhone 4 will diverge from AT&T’s iPhone 4.”

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