ISJ5, 05 Jan 2013Iphone is far Better battery management than androidAnd it's no need to download apps to manage battery....my son using android! GS3 and he is charging at night and during the day....and he downloaded whatever he could to try and manage battery drain. This morning he told me that he is so tired of all the stuff on the phone, and he is using just what I am using on my iphone! And the battery....draining 3 times quicker in % than iphone!
deep111111, 05 Jan 2013Note 2 is not a phone , it's too bulky , uncomfortable , poor display, plasticky , and Samsung... moreNote 2 is a hybrid of a phone and a tablet that's why it's called phablet. So, it's a PHONE. And it's not bulky. It's big but THIN and has an awesome BIG screen perfect for viewing videos, gaming, and Web browsing. So, stop your envious sentiment over the note 2. Better check this out:
Rakesh, 05 Jan 2013How many days its battery life plz suggest meDepends on usage. Mine is better than galaxy note 2 or GS3.
Sniperhitman, 05 Jan 2013Guys i'm really really confused .... Galaxy Note 2 or IPhone 5 ?Note 2 is too big, slippery, battery drainer, and mainly for play. Customisation is a bad thing for android. In the end the whole lot of details are so mixed up and messed up! Iphone 5 is 1million times better, easier, more classy and can do everything note or GS3 can do.... I would go for iphone 5!!
Sniperhitman, 05 Jan 2013Guys i'm really really confused .... Galaxy Note 2 or IPhone 5 ?Note 2 is not a phone , it's too bulky , uncomfortable , poor display, plasticky , and Samsung , so stay away from note 2 , my advice rest upto u
Guys i'm really really confused .... Galaxy Note 2 or IPhone 5 ?
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2013Can we install Android on this or it damages the phone?If you want android buy and android phone.
I rather keep my super phone Samsung note 2. I enjoy the ram and big screen. Big is good
Apple2014, 04 Jan 2013In the search part of message in iPad I should search the phone number or Apple ID?Whatever you put in, if it's on your phone it will search and find it. Just check on settings/general/spotlight search if all items are marked. It will only search if it's marked there...
In the search part of message in iPad I should search the phone number or Apple ID?
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2013My experience exactly same! One question...whatsupp, it's not downloaded at my phone...is it d... moreEach app that has push notification installed on an android phone will increase its battery drain.. Depending on the developer's design..
However for iphone.. U can install as many app u want and the battery drain remains constant, this is because they all use apple's designed push services. Unless the app use VoIP, or constant gps background.
Szakalit, 04 Jan 2013I recently sold my Note 2 and purchased iPhone 5. I hope this explain you which one is better.... moreMy experience exactly same! One question...whatsupp, it's not downloaded at my phone...is it draining battery when not in use?
I recently sold my Note 2 and purchased iPhone 5. I hope this explain you which one is better. Both the Os's have apps, games etc but the THING Android sucks at is battery.
I sold my 4S and upgrade to Note II considering that massive 3100mah battery will last a day for a traveler like me, but it was completely opposite.
I have tried custom roms, stock deodexed roms, custom kernels, removed all bloatwares from Samsung douchwiz, but still it didn't last a day for me. Average screen time was 5-6 hours on Note II which would be the best if you compare it with SGS2, SGS3 and HOX.
Compare the same with iPhone 5, right now my battery is 56% with screen time of 5hours 43mins, 15 hours standby. It gonna last more than a day.
Same apps, same social bunch of apps like facebook, whatsapp, twitter, instagram which I installed in Note II.
Now, decide yourself. Either enjoy massive screen, huge custom roms, customizations, custom kernels, tons of launchers and suck battery life for 10-15 hours.
OR enjoy closed OS, no customization, no different launchers, no jailbreak (iPhone 5/iOS6), amazing battery life of 1-2 DAYS.
Make your choice!
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2013Yes, IOS is easy on developers because it's the simplest UI ever. And it's designed for only... moreNoways... IOS maybe simpler to the user not the developers, from that point of view android is simpler with corejava base...
Plus i think you are forgetting that name of different brands does not affect coding if it is done on similar processors...so there is nothing so great about android doing it...
It is not at alll butttery smooth...