How does Superman know his phone is ringing? He uses X-ray vision to see the vibration motor moving, of course! Well, okay that’s probably not canon but someone with access to an X-ray inspection system shot the iPhone 7 Plus and Google Pixel XL and the operation of their vibration motors.
Apple made a big deal about the Taptic engine - the well-loved feature from MacBooks made its way on the iPhone and pushed out the 3.5mm headphone jack along the way. Now, we’re no experts on the matter, but the Taptic engine definitely looks different than the regular vibration motor in the Pixel XL.
The iPhone 7 Plus component seems built up of multiple weights instead of one big one and it is controlled differently - short bursts with little travel. Meanwhile the weight in the Pixel travels further and for longer.
Apple is trying to simulate a “click” with the Taptic engine (with arguable success), while the Pixel simply vibrates to get your attention.
Guess what for the first time I see an amazing vibration in a smart phone. My Sami S7 does great job. The ones I had before had very bad ones. I don't know about those new techs
that may be true...come to think of it, phones like sony or asus have capacitive touch buttons, and they didnt get rid of the jack..sony had awesome waterproofing before stupid users started abusing it for diving...even samsung has 2 of 3 buttons as ...
even they have jack... i dont think u will buy it .... theres a lot phone still have jack ... why still bother about what apple did ?? just buy 6s if u want jack.. theres no big different between 7 and 6s ... theres also android phone dont have ...