After a few months now on a Droid system, I can tell you this: It sucks.

I’m not a huge Apple fanboy, and in fact, rather detested several things about my old iPhone 3GS, but it was still AEONS ahead of this Android 2.2.1 based Sanyo Zio.

Both suck at virtual keyboards, dictionaries, and recognition, but:

Battery Charge on Standby:

Apple:
About 17 hours (new)
Droid:
Lasted 2.2 days before got the ‘plug me in before I die’ notice. Oddly, the battery and wattage was virtually indistinguishable from the 3GS, so I consider this a valid test.

Applications:

Apple:
A ton.
Droid:
A ton, and tons more, even if many of them are worthless, redundant, and/or crashy. (This is most of them)

Stop background applications:

Apple:
Hold down button (3GS+), wait for stuff to rattle, pick off stuff you want to stop.
Droid:
No easy/native way to kill off background tasks, and all third party tools do a shit job unless you root it. Even then, lord knows what’s going on until you go System->Process List, and kill off things.

Application downloads:

Apple:
Get it from Apple Store.
Droid:
Get it from any number of Market/Amazon (if not AT&T), or other sources.

Application crash report:

Apple:
Send Crash Report
Droid:
Click Close/Wait/ForceQuit, or click ‘Report’, fill out report on post, and get browser loading after report sent since it evidently uses same API.

Text Entry:
Apple:
Not too bad, but still needs work.
Droid:
Ability to use Google Voice recognition w/o prior training is amazing. It sucks, but is better than the damn virtual keyboard.