Anomynous, 12 Sep 2014Your LOGIC is based on a list of useless specs, you have no logic whatsoever that comes from y... moreand on the specs side, if i pay $700-$900 i want the best on software and hardware, so try any other phone instead of iphone and then talk.
[deleted post]Your LOGIC is based on a list of useless specs, you have no logic whatsoever that comes from your own experience in real life usage. Your theoretical opinions are as worthless as the spec list of the phones you are mentioning. Go get some real life experience, then talk.
pparadisom, 12 Sep 2014Just 1 GB RAM, just Dual Core, only 8MP... Blah, blah, blah. You always say that but iPhone al... moreYou better read this.. http://www.gsmarena.com/iphone_6_a8_gpu_benchmark_suggests_its_behind_the_curve-news-9630.php
TheBeast042, 12 Sep 2014Android devices for mainstream, iOS devices for gaming or luxury. I personally own an S4, can... morewhen apps or games designed for a single known device and hardware!, then settings are limited and optimized by that device for best possible performance! and if target device is not be same and variable, when there is no hardware limits! ,apps and games have maximum output . for example when a game designed for xbox360 and pc ,the xbox is limited graphics and resolution and pc have no limits and that because when you run games on high settings even on powerful pc may be a little heavier.
TheBeast042, 12 Sep 2014Android devices for mainstream, iOS devices for gaming or luxury. I personally own an S4, can... moretry using a nexus or a motorola device, like the moto G, which is funny, since the new moto g has almost the same specs as the iphone 6,the only difference is the price, not performance, the price is the difference (and no nfc on the G)
Stop comparing 1GB of iphone6 is much faster than 3GB on Androids, of course the access time for a lesser ram is much lesser. More ram is not about faster execution but it's about multitasking. But honestly, ifans how much have u become smarter than anfans by having a smarter phone?
davidzxa, 12 Sep 2014Quality? that phone can't even handle a bit of water,you are getting apple minimum effort, tha... moreWe can't say any thing about I6 until we can't compare to android phone in performance.
Android devices for mainstream, iOS devices for gaming or luxury.
I personally own an S4, can't afford an iPhone but the app optimization on Android is pathetic. Especially in games where it's easily noticeable how it drops frames left and right. I can't believe no one's complaining about this.
And it's funny how people think Android devices are faster because they have quad core CPUs. Most apps are designed to utilize only 2 anyway. From what I've noticed on my phone 90% of the time 2 cores are sitting idle. Get system monitor and see it yourselves.
The thing is, you can have 20 cpu cores but if the app is not optimized for that system it's gonna lag. In the same way as bad console to PC ports like GTA IV.
Dua core on iOS vs octa core on Android, who will win? Logically octacore will win on paper, but when Come real life, dua core on iOS will win quadcore on Android for smoothing, garing and all aspect, really impress what Apple secret for this achievment... I am android Hard fan, but Just upgrade 128gb Ipad air from secondhand Ipad 2 (for testing iOS system)... Good job Apple, only Apple user know this...
leonal, 12 Sep 2014outperform ? in terms of what ? lets talk about processing power , it loses outright in every ... moremulkti tasking is not exactly possible on any mobile phone the screen is too small plus are you capable of multi tasking and giving more than one app attention at the same time? you fandroids bore me! I have never had a problem with iphones having just got rid of a Samsung galaxy s5 which was great at first but then lagged like hell within one week and crashed apps constantly! android os is buggy and a shoddy user experience
Is not only about the hardware. Apple has shown over the years that the IOS is the most well designed and advanced OS in the world. Remember that is strictly designed to fit perfectly to the iphone. In every aspect, in the most minimum piece of hardware. So lets wait and see what the new iphone could do.
i had that phone in my hands and rly i have LG G3 and i speed-tested them and only what i can say is that iphone outpreforms G3 a lot, smoother animations, better response times, smoother gameplay (i know it hasnt been relased yet but i was on keynote and i had chance to be in Hands-on pavilon) one thing is sure everybody can talk about Android phones vs iPhone but one is sure iPhone is best phone out there, it doesnt need spectacular specifications it is just much better optimized and much better quality, ALL OF THIS WROTE AND ANDROID FAN - ME and i am planning to sell lg g3 and buy iPhone 6
[deleted post]Android phones have 84% of the smartphone market share with Apple 11% and Windows Phone 2.5%..
I think it's time Apple falls to single digit..
Just 1 GB RAM, just Dual Core, only 8MP... Blah, blah, blah. You always say that but iPhone always outperforms in almost every benchmark (and real use) any QuadCore Snapdragon or any OctaCore Chipsets. Even the iPhone 5S with Dual Core A7 and 1GB of RAM nailed it against the Snapdragon 800 and Samsung's OctaCore Exynos. About the camera, it's true, they could improve resolution at least to 10MP back/5MP front and put OIS in the iPhone 6 (no plus) but I can bet you It's going to be one of the best cameras despite the 8MP sensor (even better in 6 Plus because of OIS). Just wait for reviews and we will see...