...Continued fromm my last post:
One big issue is that my few months old LG G2 android has already had a virus. My iPhone didn't have any virus in several years.
Another big issue is that it sometimes gets unresponsive. I can't even answer a phone call, and I have more than 5 GB free and I am not using a lot of apps at the same time since I found that android is really bad at handling more than one thing at a time.
AnonD-308571, 17 Sep 2014Is it finally confirmed ??? :( Was confirmed at launch lol
Before I got my LG G2 (used to have an iPhone) that has the same score (around 29000) as my wife's iPhone 5S with antutu benchmark. Antutu told me that I have a good phone in the test, but I don't agree. I couldn't understand why one of my android owning friends first threw one HTC into the ground and after a while threw his new HTC into the ground. After a few mobths with this LG G2 I have actually thrown my LG G2 once in frustration over how bad android is. By the way my android is 4.4.2. It is insane that you need a Clean Master software because it is collecting junk files like crazy. Usually I clean between 300 and 550 MBs each time... and I clean my phone it almost every day. But that's the tiny issue.
The big issue will be in the next comments
AnonD-308386, 16 Sep 2014it does not have 2 gb of RAM. 1 gb.Same as little one. 1 gb.Is it finally confirmed ??? :(
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2014correction. the largest dpi now is oppo find 7 with 640dpi the first phone which use UHD screenwhat r u going to do with such higher pixel density...even if tisw 500/400/600 ppi it wont be visible with ur naked eye
AnonD-308221, 16 Sep 2014 Please do some research before commenting, I am sure that you are not aware of the fact th... moreA few corrections to your post. Yes, it isn't just numbers such as clock speed, and that is why we have things called "benchmarks" to measure said performance. In which the iPhones' processor is comparable to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800. (At this point it is important to realize that that was last years flagship processor and that people have moved on) Except it isn't. Because iOS uses native code, it runs a lot faster and more efficiantly than Android(it is also where it gets its responsiveness). Which is why Android has a new runtime, called ART, that converts everything into native code. It is disabled by default, (but will be default in Android L), but can be activated with the right know how. Switching to ART gives on average a 100% increase in floating point and integer operations, so in that case the new A8 processor is by far slower than the Snapdragon 800, which is already outdated. Another thing which is just as important as processor speed and cores and cache but which people fail to mention everytime is CPU architecture. This is the "gray area" where people like you say that speed can't just be determined by specs, which is true, but fail to realise it can give you a very good idea if all factors are considered. The A8 has a very good architecture, the same as the killer processor the Nvidia K1, which is why it performs great considering it's shitty specs. And no, even the LG G2, HTC One (M7) and Samasung Galaxy S4 from 2013 has a better ppi than the iPhone 6-. And really? Android isn't optimized for the hardware? You kidding? They optimize it for the CPU architecture which is standard across all Android phones (The are currently 4 supported architectures, each version of Android is different for them and spesifically optimized) and the rest is done on a higher level such as RAM management which is not spesific to the device but rather the available resources. And yes, you can argue that it has a better app store, if you like paying for everthing and apps only made for kids and apps that can't enhance or use all of the available hardware. But there is more apps on the App Store than on Google play, so it is valid.
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2014I prefer my iphne5s over 6plus. 5s is sleek. 6 plus looks like android.You mean ergonomicly designed with exposed antennas for better signal instead of just looks? Of course you do
Firoz, 16 Sep 2014If u buy any android phone u can use only for 1to2 years then the phone will be slow or u will... moreLike, what? Each version of Android is since ICS uses less resources!! Kitkat was made to run on phones with less than 512MB RAM. And if you use AOSP, it doesn't slow down, ever. I have 31MB of free space (that's 0.2%) left on my phone and it is blazing fast. So I guess time to buy an SD card instead of chucking the phone to buy a new one with slightly môre storage space for $100 more than the original phone? Luckily 64GB class 10 micro SDs costs 34$ on Amazon.
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2014I prefer my 5S too. 5S is more beautiful than 6 and 6 plus. And it has identical specs and a more comfortable form factor.
AnonD-299369, 16 Sep 2014I don't know why the iPhone has weak battery .. In 4G I can use it for just 1 hour .. :( iPhones aren't famous for their battery life but with all respect you probably have a damaged battery. And 4G uses a lot of battery on any phone. I got about 20-30% longer battery life by forcing 2G while not browsing
AnonD-299369, 16 Sep 2014I don't know why the iPhone has weak battery .. In 4G I can use it for just 1 hour .. :( You probably using a chinese phone lol
AnonD-156365, 16 Sep 2014So simply put., its not better, but easier to use...even though it records video only in mono ... moreAndroid is for everyone. Its not restricted as overpriced ios devices and has many features than ios. Its also not difficult.
the best ph for me is sony c3 selfie phone check that ph guys. it is so amazing ph
AnonD-156365, 16 Sep 2014So simply put., its not better, but easier to use...even though it records video only in mono ... moreAndroid is for geeks looking for specs sheet and owning the fastest processor and most rams.
somewhat IT people oriented, because to make it run fast and smooth you need a tons of hours to find out how to rootthe device.
On the other hand iphones always perform smooth and lag free for an everyday use.
And ive used a bunch of android phones and almost every iphone except the 5s.
I could just use the iphone for month without any issue without rebooting/reset (remove the battery :-)) but the androids always lags, slow down or crash after some weeks of use.
and i only do regular use.
The larger sceeen is only what missing on apple, im switching back to iphone.