AnonD-356282, 30 Jan 2015yeah, because Apples sales have continued to grow every year over the last 8 years...
All p... moreDo you remember the old days when all the Nokia fans who since jumped ship to Samsung used to whine about the iPhone 3G's "giant" screen?
Good times, you'll find the comments in the N95, N96, N97 sections when Samsung was messing up Symbian with poor implementation and slow updates, back when they were copying Nokia's dual sliders.
Meladyx, 30 Jan 2015Tell me what that 64bit architecture is doing for you. Please enlighten me.240fps video, smashes any other processor in benchmarks especially the iPad Air 2 with the A8x running more efficiently at lower clock speeds, fast and smooth real time video, photo and sound editing, the fingerprint scanner that actually works, high end graphics in games, etc, etc, etc.
Meladyx, 30 Jan 2015Tell me what that 64bit architecture is doing for you. Please enlighten me.Let's not start this argument again...
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015Just a one time bump in iPhone sales due to large screen increase that customers previously sa... moreyeah, because Apples sales have continued to grow every year over the last 8 years...
All phones evolve, and Samsung initially also only played in the 3-4" space. Yes, they released the note. Yes, it was successful, but overall the market trend has gradually been seeing an increase from 3, to 4 to 5" and above. And Phablets are still a bit of a niche market.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015Seriously?! Why dont you check all the versions that Samsung has released for the Note 4 alone... moreDid they also make a 64bit operating system, Tizen perhaps?
The "64 bit" chips Samsung uses are running in 32bit mode.
So, so far behind.
AnonD-78985, 29 Jan 2015When i see the spec of my S3 and look at the spec of iphone 6 i can stop laughing. :)When I look at my 64bit iPhone 5S and see Android still hasn't caught up after almost one and a half years, then I laugh at your lack of knowledge.
Still far behind. It's a misleading headline, it should be written "Apple is catching up to a mighty Samesun king"
What will happen is samsung release both flagships, note 5 and s6 together??? That is the case here... nothing too special... won't be case with iphpne 6s and 6s plus...
Um no,....apple sold more than 2 devices. The 4s,5,5c,5s,6,& 6+ all accounted for sales during Q4. Sure the 6 & 6+ accounted for the majority of sales during that Q. But let's not forget that the 5c & 5s accounted for almost 2/3 (plus whatever 4,4s,&5 accounted for) of iPhone sales for 2014. But yes, it is an impressive feat none the less for apple. And couple that with those enormous profit margins, you have a win, win.
As a N6 owner and a previous owner of a N5 & N4 as well, I would like to see google take a more apple approach with their nexus line. I understand they make their revenue from ads,but I would like to see them push to do the same with nexus devices. Build their own HW and optimize OS for them specifically. Push them as a google phone and push android OS to forefront. I mean, how many times do people ask is that a DROID phone? Or a galaxy whatever. I mean full in on phones ie custom cores, camera, etc.
I'm a fan of nexus devices and some other android phones (HTC one series, note series, moto x series, Sony z3), but I would like to see google take more control of the whole process. Let HTC have their version of Sense, Sense OS perhaps and brand it powered by google or google apps or something.
Just a one time bump in iPhone sales due to large screen increase that customers previously said they wouldn't buy until they saw the benefits on Android devices. Questionable if Apple can repeat with next 6S and 6S+.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015Lol. That's hilarious if you are foolish enough to believe any of thatSeriously?! Why dont you check all the versions that Samsung has released for the Note 4 alone?! Why dont you also go and check that Samsung has launched a 64bit Note 4 but only for the South Korean market.
When i see the spec of my S3 and look at the spec of iphone 6 i can stop laughing. :)
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015I'm talking about Android flagships like the Galaxy S5, Note 4, Alpha, HTC M8, LG G3, not chea... moreExactly. In surprised. Believe it or not there are not so many realistic comments like that here