Anonymous, 13 Mar 2016Stay away from Samsung. It will lag after few months. Buy iPhone. But my favourite are Sony and HTC.i have had s4 mini for more than 2 years and not lagging... your statement is invalid
Are you serious?
Do you actually believe that iphone 6s is better than any other smartphone?
Look at its specs.
I used the Lumia phone before I switched to iphone... its a nice phone, net and clean display... just hoping that they will increase the pixel of the main camera, greater than 12MP right now..
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2016Some thing that Samsung fans tend to mention is the quad HD screen that to me is worth nothing... moreDespite the resolution, iPhone 6s display still better then S7.
Maybe is the OS, and the selection of the apps.
CFC1, 13 Mar 2016Can someone tell which pfone should I buy the s6 or the galaxy s7s7
Mane, 10 Mar 2016iPhone 6s or Galaxy S7?Stay away from Samsung. It will lag after few months. Buy iPhone. But my favourite are Sony and HTC.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016http://youtu.be/lmF7ielJDgU I could keep adding up the evidence. True
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016That's blatantly incorrect. You're either a fanboy or terribly uninformed. Here is just one ... moreSome thing that Samsung fans tend to mention is the quad HD screen that to me is worth nothing to a phone display less than 5 inch. The display at 4k will eat battery life I believe apple decided that putting a higher pixel count on a device with a 4.7 inch display would be an overkill on a display that gives such stunning picture to the human eye anyway. I would like to also mention that the quad HD screen only displays 4k screen and has no use for pretty much most the apps. With a good balance of colour the majority of people would not notice the difference between full HD and quad HD on a 5 inch phone anyway. Samsung can keep adding more pixels to up their lead on a pointless win of screen resolution while apple holds out until better battery technology is available to support such a pointless power hungry screen. If this is not the case then why is the older full HD running the snapdragon 801 all have better battery lifespan on a single charge.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016That's blatantly incorrect. You're either a fanboy or terribly uninformed. Here is just one ... moreAlso the part about snapdragon 820 using a smaller die!!!! You are uninformed, the a9 chip has a 14nm finFET die same as your snapdragon 820. More efficient architecture haha efficient in what a larger battery on the s7 yet the s6 lasts longer on a single charge. The only improvement I really see is the camera. So if someone wants a better camera get the s7 or just wait a month for the G5 and then you don't have the freezing lagwiz. Also the 40% better performance is against the previous Samsung flagship not iPhone so try not to mislead people.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016That's blatantly incorrect. You're either a fanboy or terribly uninformed. Here is just one ... moreBy the way don't use a android fan site for example. It's like me using Apple fan site to prove my point.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016That's blatantly incorrect. You're either a fanboy or terribly uninformed. Here is just one ... moreHate as much as you like fact is fact. The iPhone 6s is faster. http://youtu.be/MQ8pTGCcW7A you can big up the snapdragon 820 as much as you like with its 4gb ram and quad core processor with quad hd making it's gpu 530 slower. The fact is iPhone will always get the job done faster lag free with only half the hardware because it has been well optimised to do so. iPhone has always been quality over quantity and the fact that Samsung will always have a touchwiz ui and slow schedule for updates means they always lose appeal faster than iPhone and even nexus. Enjoy your phone just don't come on this page hating because you made a bad choice.
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2016Yet the iPhone 6s is the fastest in every speed test even against the new s7. No midrange phon... moreThat's blatantly incorrect. You're either a fanboy or terribly uninformed. Here is just one of several comparisons available from last year:
Clearly, the iphone didn't win all the tests. Not even the majority.
A special mention concerning the on-screen tests, that although the iphone beat both the other phones in the on-screen tests, it's because the iphone has 1/3 the number of pixels to display. Something that the iphone fanboy community can't seem to understand.
With the new Snapdragon 820 using up to 40% less power than previous Snapdragon 8xx series chips, a smaller die and a more efficient architecture, the iphone will see it lose more of the performance tests.
For those of you saying, "but that's not real world use", well, there are videos you can google showing side by side tests where Apple has lost that "real world use" advantage as well.
You like your iphone, great. No doubt it's a good phone, but why spread misinformation about it?