anu97awesome, 18 Nov 2015Vr is already available for smartphones and Sony xperia z5p display is lot better than that of... moreHaving a finer screen resolution doesn't make a phone better. There are a lot of other characteristics to put into account.
"Having a 4k screen is far better than 1080p"
Well, that's your opinion. To me, 1080p is still the optimal resolution right now. QHD will probably be optimal resolution next year, who knows?
"If iPhone introduced 6s with 4k display like u guys would say that it is the innovation of the year."
I wouldn't. I would stay away from it or recommend people that I know not to get it.
anu97awesome , 18 Nov 20151) auto correct issues and I use single single hand while typing.
2) exynos does not support ... more1. Fair enough.
2. That's the problem in the Android realm. You have to choose your device based on a single SoC brand to make your device more future-proof. More often than not, these devices are not bang-for-your-buck, causing more people to flock to another high-specced device with a different SoC brand ticking in them.
3. A lot doesn't mean 'all'. Read my comment again.
4. You sure about that?
5. Fair enough.
swirly, 18 Nov 20151. VR? Don't make me laugh. Most people in the world doesn't even know what VR is, let alone u... moreVr is already available for smartphones and Sony xperia z5p display is lot better than that of note 5 and iPhone 6s and xperia z5 series has a option called super vivid mode which gives punchy colours as amoled displays do. Having a 4k screen is far better than 1080p( in our country price of z5p and iPhone 6s 16gb are same). If iPhone introduced 6s with 4k display like u guys would say that it is the innovation of the year.
swirly, 18 Nov 20151. VR? Don't make me laugh. Most people in the world doesn't even know what VR is, let alone u... more1) auto correct issues and I use single single hand while typing.
2) exynos does not support cyanogen mods like snapdragon does. Flash it on other devices which bear snapdragon chips
3)all roms are not buggy. It's Ur decision to choose which one suits you
4) many changes come in Android over a update unlike ios.
5) arm versions are important for compatibility of a os
anu97awesome, 17 Nov 2015U are an outdated brat in terms of technology. World is looking upon virtual reality(vr) where... more1. VR? Don't make me laugh. Most people in the world doesn't even know what VR is, let alone using their phone as one. Plus, the technology simply isn't there yet. What can you do with VR? Watch 360 videos? That's it?
2. Improve upon your English.
3. How many people are willing or even know how to root their devices? People in the majority are generally not tech savvy. Many expect their devices to last for more than 2 years, but Android update policy pretty much says "Hell no" to them. Yeah, custom ROMs can help, but like I said they expect better update policy. Take this for example; Moto E 2015 just got denied its first major update and it caused an uproar even though custom ROMs can be flashed in it. Moreover, custom ROMs are not always the solution since a lot of them are full of bugs. Take Note 4/5, for example; the camera goes to hell if you'd flash CM 12.1. I love Android, but they need to sort out their update policy for the better.
anu97awesome, 17 Nov 2015U are an outdated brat in terms of technology. World is looking upon virtual reality(vr) where... moreAn outdated Brat in terms of technology????.......stop, your making me laugh. I'd be confident in saying I have probably forgotten more about technology than a dullard like you will ever know.
Yeah VR is definitely on the horizon, where it has been since 1993 (which I guess going from your juvenile attitude is long before you were born kid). Here's a simple fact for you, outside of the very niche promise of VR, there is little to no infrastructure available to support 4k. SoC and battery performance have yet to adequately catch up with 2k, Why do you think Sony have restricted the use of 4K as much as they have on the Premium? it is to hide the shortcomings that would quickly become evident if it were run constantly at 4k.
As for the rest of your very poorly worded diatribe:
"arm versions are present to processors and compatibility rates decreases on increase in changes over os updates"
what in the hell is that supposed to mean????? and what is a custom room?????
Look, by all means spend the massive amount Sony are asking for the Premium and enjoy your VR lifestyle, with a bit of luck the battery will die before the heat generated by the 810 due to running VR graphics at 4k cause the thing to burn it's way through your thick skull.
In any event my point remains the same, The Z5 premium with be a distant memory after only 1 year on the market, yet the iPhone 6S will be supported for a long time.
Iphone 6s is world 's best device for itss feautres nd a good screen size
anu97awesome, 17 Nov 2015U are an outdated brat in terms of technology. World is looking upon virtual reality(vr) where... moreHaha.. VR. You want to use it when walking?? The current tech is still too bulky and ugly for everyday use.
The only good place is at home.. And since you are at home why not use Consoles tv and pc gaming rig??
Tech might "improve" but in the end, its the "application of the tech" that makes any tech popular
Lex79, 16 Nov 2015Correct. I, like you have traditionally been an Android user, and though I am quite heavily in... moreU are an outdated brat in terms of technology. World is looking upon virtual reality(vr) where u can experience the fullest of 4k screen on a mobile. Ha..forgot so say, arm versions are present to processors and compatibility rates decreases on increase in changes over os updates. But custom rooms for androids overcome this issues. In ios changes are very less and if u see a iPhone running ios9.0.2 and ios 8.4 u can say that 8.4 works best
Parbinder, 17 Nov 2015I am planning to upgrade my 5S, now whether I should buy 6 or 6S that is the confusion, differ... more"Pls let me know is anyone facing Home Button overheating issue, 3D Touch issues, Battery draining, Shutdowns"
If you believe what reads in web these iOS devices are full of problems. I have owned iOS devices since 2009 and never had any real problem with these, month ago bought the 6s and "surprisingly" i don't have any of those problems you mentioned. Apple sells tens of millions these devices, so of course its more likely to have problems for someone, but very likely you aren't going to have any problem.
Lex79, 16 Nov 2015Correct. I, like you have traditionally been an Android user, and though I am quite heavily in... moreSony is the only smartphone company ( exclude nexus) which pushes it's old devices for newer updates. If the phone gets rooted we can install latest software even after 6 years. Take example of nexus 1 which was able to run 6.0 freely without problems, not to forget we can downgrade when ever we want. So speak, even u re jailbroken u cannot upgrade or downgrade the unofficial versions. I think u guys know ios 9.1 is crap which brings all old issues back.
Parbinder Singh, 16 Nov 2015"Everyone buys IPhone and shows off". IPhone is not so cheap my brother.Yo I am not saying apple products are cheap, please don't misunderstand me. I prefer gaming on my iPad air 2 rather than z5p. I dislike(not hate) apple in only one aspect I.e price should be compensated with specs and performance( exclude cpu and gpu they are freaking awesome)
Parbinder, 17 Nov 2015I am planning to upgrade my 5S, now whether I should buy 6 or 6S that is the confusion, differ... moreTime is money. For $200, you might have an up to date device for 2 more years.
Go for iPhone 6S.
Parbinder Singh, 17 Nov 2015At the moment I am thinking of waiting till Christmas And New Year to see if I get any good de... moreQuite wise, in the meantime your 5S should continue to serve adequately. My wife uses a 5S and she is still more than happy with it, as device I have found whilst it is no longer on the cutting edge, it still offers good performance and is aging quite well.
Lex79, 17 Nov 2015Can only speak from my personal experience, but I have owned two iPhone 6S's. I first bought t... moreAt the moment I am thinking of waiting till Christmas And New Year to see if I get any good deal on this, though chances are less that price will fall. Well after hearing the users opinions I may opt for 6S as it will be future proof also.
Parbinder, 17 Nov 2015I am planning to upgrade my 5S, now whether I should buy 6 or 6S that is the confusion, differ... moreCan only speak from my personal experience, but I have owned two iPhone 6S's. I first bought the 64gb version, then after 11 days decided to take it back and go all in for the 128gb model.
In neither model have I experienced any of the problems you have mentioned, in fact contrary to the touch ID button getting hot, I haven't found it to generate any heat what so ever, in fact I have found it dam near impossible either device to warm up at all, using the camera, gaming or running benchmarks these things stay cool no matter what (the only device I have ever owned I can say that about).
Now I have found one software bug relating to using the quick reply function to texts when the screen is locked, sometimes the keyboard will crash, am betting though this will be solved in IOS 9.2.
As to which to buy, the 6 or 6S, that's a tuff one. You are undoubtedly getting the better device in the 6S, but 200$ is 200$. Though considering I bought a 64gb 6S then went back and paid extra to get the 128gb version, that probably tells you what I would do in your situation :)