hh, 13 Feb 2014Do touch id iphone 5s scratches? thanks No,it does not.touch id sensor is covered by shaphire crystal which is really hard to scratch.so dnt worry,use it wisely
Why is it the fingerprints id is too much problem.. Can't do it in a sweat.. A bit wet!! Always state "Try Again" until came out with password. Embarrasing!! The sensitivity sensor is not good enough!! Things keep happening even i already rub my fingers till dry. Its seems like better i'm using passcode rather then touch id sooner later whenever it can't work.. Still gonna ask for passcode!! Sick
Guyzzzz plz tell me iphone 5S battery timing is better then older iphones ???????
hh, 13 Feb 2014Do touch id iphone 5s scratches? thanks it depends on your usage
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2014the screen was a bit washed out but the real point of Nexus devices is software experience and... moreYes I think your right,,HTC Nexus ONE was a good device and loved rollerball dpad thing with coloured notification lights..
i understand it has multiple cores, and i will testify my self that all the 3d games run really smooth without lag and i love my iphone 5s cause there is no lag and its really fast, but one thing that i wounder is when i played Flappy it run really slow and lag, thats the thing that i wounder
it has a Power VR G6430 (quad-core graphics) and processor is first 64 bit based on arm v8 architecture. guys believe it or not this is the most powerful mobile phone in the world right now.
flappy bird is running really slow on this device but the reset is ok, I wounder why
brynn, 12 Feb 2014Nexus 5 was a good effort but screen,can,speaker bit poor,,they need someone else next time to... morethe screen was a bit washed out but the real point of Nexus devices is software experience and considering that especially nexus 4,5 and 7 are flagships on budget that is to be expected but i really love Google products the way the are currently especially with this new approach in lighter RAM usage on KitKat. They have matured really well. Are they on Apple class performance? Not really but they are getting close and for more flexibility you could sacrifice that.If Google decides to make a flagship Nexus 5 they should go with HTC like they did with the first one but i don't see Google making a premium Nexus soon. I hope the rumors on a premium Nexus 8 by HTC are true.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2014even on Nexus-es there is lag but very minor. But Android has matured pretty well and it has c... moreNexus 5 was a good effort but screen,can,speaker bit poor,,they need someone else next time to build Nexus6 but I am not saying who,it will just cause another argument on the forum..
If Apple built a Nexus it would cost the earth.
xxxxxxxxxxjj, 12 Feb 20141560 mAh hhahahahaand yet that is superior to Android flagships and lasts much much longer. hahahah
Neutral User, 12 Feb 2014Hi. I am not a fan of smartphones' brands. I am interested in the operating systems they use. ... moreeven on Nexus-es there is lag but very minor. But Android has matured pretty well and it has come to the point where that minor occasional lag does not matter. Google has done a great job with Android but it needs flagship Nexuses which have all around great hardware no compromises in build,performance,camera,battery etc. I would buy one if they made a flagship premium Nexus.
Haters , 10 Feb 2014People are influenced by the cost of the components then then equate it directly to price they... moreOhh ! apple is very good phone but its screen size very small.But its very functioning & very good phone .Looks a phone which is preety
Hi. I am not a fan of smartphones' brands. I am interested in the operating systems they use. I use both famous operating systems namely the Android and the iOS. Do you notice that I didn't typed out the brands or the smartphones' companies' names ? It is because most of us too excited in the battle of the specifications rather than battle of the operating systems that run the smartphones. First of all, iOS is developed by the Apple's engineers while the Android is developed by Google's engineers. Personally, I like the functionality-cum-aesthetic value over specifications value. Why do you think that Android becomes lagging when you use it on Samsung but it is not when you are using it on Nexus? Take the same specs and compare them. You will know why. How about the iOS? Have you ever seen this operating system in smartphones that are not Apple's? These questions will make you think why people choose Android over iOS and why people choose iOS over Android. I acknowledge that Android is very flexible in terms of appearance, layouts and stuff. However, it is vulnerable to threats such as the viruses and malware. In contrariwise, the iOS is highly secured and chances to get infected is very low (it depends on the users. If they jailbreak the iOS, it will heightened the risk of being infected by both viruses and malware). Both operating systems are great but you have to find the device to match it. Since the Android is developed by Google, why don't you consider buying Google's smartphones? The software and hardware are combined together under the same company just like the iOS and Apple. The basic thing is, you have to consider the operating systems that run them smartphones and the build of the smartphones; not the specifications which sometimes are overwhelming (my personal view). I am trying to be as neutral as possible. Any incorrect opinion I stated in here, I apologise for the mistake made. Kindly share your opinion with mine or exchange it with all of us here. Sorry for the long post :P