So I heard you had enough power and the ability to emulate and play everything from a N64 to PSX. Oh yeah, you can even boot any windows from 95 to XP on your iPhone via an x86 emulator too, right? How about them native libs and terminals, got anything that can compare to Android's stuff? Let's just say that practically any Android phone which is on-par with the iPhone's price (hell, even cheaper) can handle 32GB+ memory cards, effectively wrecking the iPhone in terms of memory. Can't wait for them 128GB cards to come out either
Also unliked your closed source crap of a system, Android is both built upon a public base and can be forked by anyone, the kernel used is a variant of the main linux kernel, meaning anyone can easily switch OSes and/or kernels. Personally I've got 3.0.28 built for Tegra and I'm using CM9, chances are you'll never come close to touching my phone's performance when I'm running it at 800Mhz, let alone when I step up the clock to 1400Mhz or higher (who would have though Android would be the first system on a dual core phone? or on a quad core mobile device too...).
Hell, you can even program and quasi-compile apps real time on the phone.
What is it you can do again? Oh yeah, Angry Birds.
PS: leave me a message when your phone lasts 2 days 8 hours and 49 minutes on battery, while being occasionally used on a 3.5G network and clocked at 1200Mhz. Oh and that's since my last charge, I've still got 69% of my battery left.