@SkyWhisperer - If you want an even higher resolution, then consider Windows phone, like I did. I couldn’t be happier with the resolution.
My Windows phone 7 has WVGA (480 by 800) and HVGA is supported as well. When debating whether to choose WVGA vs HVGA, more is not necessarily better.
For example, heavy gaming applications which use a lot of resources might do better scaling down to the lower resolution. However, if like me you just want to browse the Internet and take photos, WVGA is the best way to go.