AnonD-644627, 14 Feb 2017Apple ram management is amazing is better than Android 6gb ram to load app fast good job appleuh you care for RAM management and from this you judge if android is better or iphone, mmmm ok Nokia 6210 is better because when you drop it down it will not break the screen
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Apple ram management is amazing is better than Android 6gb ram to load app fast good job apple
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2017The Motorola is larger. Try to use your brainLook, for the price they should and could make it better. With iphone 20 maybe.
Unfortunately has no radio am/fm, cover case colour too feminim, instead of 5. Inch, you just made in 4.7inch, baterry sugestion is at least 2.500-3.000..
Max, 08 Feb 2017I am abdroid user please help be about selecting one of them
Iphone 6s or Galaxy S7
. I wan... moreAre you satisfied with android?
If so, I would stay with android because then you don't have to learn the system completely new.
Else, try an iPhone and judge which one suits better to you.
Technically, the S7 edge is better, although it is slower but has better camera and display (not because of the resolution, but because of amoled technology)
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2017The Motorola is larger. Try to use your brainOk
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2017The Motorola is larger. Try to use your brainMotorola Gives some software Problems.. Andriod is like that.. i hate andriod systems.. I've been using the iDevices for years.. all they are very good.. its not a prices matter,,
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2017I never heard of your problems, but let me explain a few things
1. it has a small battery b... moreTo be honest, I have limited knowledge of processors but this is not the point. I am a lawyer, and when I need a phone to call from it, I want it to work. And I make tons of calls. If I have to reset it 5 times before I get a reception (Vodafone, not something third grade network) the phone is not able to preform its main task, and that is to preform a call. When I put the same sim in a 80 eur Chinese Lenovo, it works fine. And for the body, They told me "it rusts because you have salty hands" Phone worth 700 eur rusts because of salty hands, even when it is 80% of time in its rubber case and does not get reception due to junk antennas. This seems pretty sad from my point of standing.
For the battery, there are thinner phones with more sustain in power. Try Motorola.
AnonD-642589, 10 Feb 2017Battery power starting with 1_ _ _ is something historic. so is only double core processor. Ul... moreI never heard of your problems, but let me explain a few things
1. it has a small battery because it is a small device. It is also pretty thin so there doesn't fit a bigger battery (or do you want another Note7 with bigger battery than safely possible). And a small battery also doesn't mean it is old or cheap. I mean, a smartphone battery, any size or manufacturer, costs about $2. If it really isn't enough (but I don't think so because iPhone 6s gets you through the day without any overheating), you can buy a battery pack
2. Once in a while, I posted a comment explaining mobile processors on Blackberry DTEK60 page. This seems just the right time to repost it. It is a little bit long, but here you go
The most important thing for a processor is the architecture. The more powerful the architecture is, the more performance you'll get per second.
The efficiency of a processor is also very important. It depends on the architecture. The more efficient the processor is, the less power you need per clock. That means you can also overclock your processor further without suffering from heating issues.
If those two are good, then you can scale the performance with the clock speed (those mysterious GHz-numbers, you know). As mentioned above, you can upscale this number as long as you don't have heating issues, but of course this also means it needs more power. So you have to decide between power-usage and performance.
The cores are just for making multiple tasks at once. For example, if a program is made for multi-core, it gives 50% of the work to one and 50% of the work to the other core, if we talk about dual core. But many programs don't have this support and also many don't need it. For example, you don't need that multi core performance for WhatsApp. The most prominent example for multi core use is video-rendering. But there really aren't many programs which need or support multi core on smartphones.
Also, those cores are divided in clusters. In the SD 821, you have 2 high performance cores and two low performance cores which work simultaneously. There are also SoCs like Apples A10 Fusion, where only 1 cluster works at once and the system switches between the high performance cluster and the low performance cluster.
Now to your wrong-interpretation of cores as being the most important thing. These phones you mean are often lower end phones, which have 8 of those low performance cores also used in flagships. But they can't deliver much performance because they are just made for light usage and low power usage. That's why an iPhone 5s performs in some tasks still better than a new low end octa-core device with 8 low performance cores. This "octa-core" is often just there for bragging with numbers and make people think they made a good buy. So you have to see everything from a processor, not just one number.
Also, these low performance cores are much smaller than high performance cores. iPhones perform best because they have less and bigger performance cores. Many other things are also important for performance, like storage speed (where Apple also is the leader with newest NVMe storage) and gaming performance depends on graphics card and resolution (the lower the resolution and the more powerful the graphics card, the better you can play a game. Another example where iPhones are also leading. They have best gaming experience because they have on par graphics cards with competition but lower resolution screen)
Anonymous, 10 Feb 2017I said nothing against android (apart from the fact that iPhone 6s speed is still in top tier)... moreBattery power starting with 1_ _ _ is something historic. so is only double core processor. Ultra fast battery drain as a result of a little cold is also something old. Maybe problems with antenna and body oxidation clouded my judgement for other things, maybe not. but for the price you pay for it, they should give you more.
AnonD-642589, 10 Feb 2017It is true, if you neglect maintenance on your Android device. If you clean the junk properly ... moreI said nothing against android (apart from the fact that iPhone 6s speed is still in top tier) but your hate about this phone disgusted me. When you say you were unhappy with apple care service, then why does that mean that it uses tech from 2010 which is just wrong?
Anonymous, 10 Feb 2017tell me, did you switch from iPhone 6s to K5 note, or why do you tell this here?I had iphone 6s and samsung galaxy note 3, but now I only replaced galaxy note 3 with K5 note
I am telling this here because.. it is not of your business ;)
Anonymous, 10 Feb 2017Yeah, that tech from 2010 which is normally from 2015 and still dominates android from 2017 sp... moreIt is true, if you neglect maintenance on your Android device. If you clean the junk properly and restart it once in a while it works fine. Never had any problems on my xperia Z2, owned it for almost three years. Android gets bad on budget devices and if it is not handled properly.
kri, 08 Feb 2017i used to think same like you before switching over to ios as i used android and windows all t... moreI owned one for 6 months. It was a disaster. Antennas were hardly working. I had to waut 10 min to get reception in the middle of our capital. The back of the device started to rust after a month. When I tried to get those things fixed, apple service told me literally to go fuck myself.
I would expect a crap service for budget chinese phone as Xiaomi, but not from "most premium" brand.
Plus battery is bad and camera is not able to focus on things I wanted. I went straight back to Android and am never comming back.
AnonD-642589, 07 Feb 2017I cal only say one thing: overrated, overpriced piece of junk. Technology is the sames as ... moreYeah, that tech from 2010 which is normally from 2015 and still dominates android from 2017 speed-wise. We got it.