AnonD-446990, 28 Oct 2015My 2013 Galaxy S4 runs fine.My office provided 2013 Galaxy S4 is also running fine.
Proof is in the pudding and today GSMA is giving loads of pudding ;) Lol droidboys all over the world right now like: "I have to think of something bad to say about iPhone, Apple and all the iSheep! How can this be true? The Horror!"
I would love to switch to IOs, the day they provide a T9 option in their dialers, to get the required contact fast direct through the dialer app not by searching from the phonebook in case you have more than 700 contacts. The simplest thing is missing from the IPhone Dialer App. Why ? As this is the one of the reason I can't make IPhone my primary phone, and using Note 4 as my primary and business phone.
i recently change to ios from android. now i want to go back to android. i miss the better file managment and flexibility of android. upgrading to ios 9, my iphone 6 has become laggy and hang sometimes.
Anonymous, 28 Oct 2015The Nexus 5 is the exact same class device - never had a remotely similar issue, so I'm more q... moreEcosystem preference. They could upgrade their phone from their shit android to a high end android but they went with iOS anyways. Thats what the data infers.
All Android Phones Lag after few Months and Years....IOS is Slightly Better than Android....
I was Iphone 6 user and switched to Galaxy S6 this fall and I think in functionallity Galaxy s6 is way better. I like it
So 30% come from Android and less than 30% come from previous iPhones, then please tell me, do more than 40% come from Windowns phone?
Wth I think Apple's marketing team need to visit a stats class or just stop lying blatently to their customers.
Well, i own an iphone 4s, 5s and planning to upgrade 6s plus. but i also own a lg g3 and the only thing i complain on the g3 is sometimes the response time some functions like, unlocking, typing, and dialing, is slow but sometimes its ok. maybe its because i'm running on lollipop (BTW 5.0 not even 5.1.1 why LG?) and reports show that there are bugs on that version lg g3. still waiting for the marshmallow upgrade but planning to buy an iphone 6s plus anytime soon.
AnonD-234961, 28 Oct 2015The fact is, Android is very slow, laggy and overall inefficient. I (still) own an LG G2 but p... moreThe Nexus 5 is the exact same class device - never had a remotely similar issue, so I'm more questioning what YOU did to the phone. Even the N4 (and LG Optimus G for that matter) also never had this problem as far as my past experience goes.
I'm more interested to know what devices did those 30% switch from - how many of them were using a legit phone and how many bought the "sign up for basic contract and get the lowest tier phone possible for free". That would be interesting to know. Or maybe when you survey them, ask what was the reason - did they get a recommendation, were they just looking to try out something new, were they not happy...0 info here, so who cares how many switched? I'm pretty sure at least 50% of the people that buy a new car have switched from one manufacturer to another, so how is this shocking?
The fact is, Android is very slow, laggy and overall inefficient. I (still) own an LG G2 but plan to switch to Windows Mobile 10. I can't stand to wait like 5 seconds for the keyboard to appear after I select an edit field in the browser.
My gf has a Galaxy A5 and is just atrociously slow even compared to my G2. A friend of mine has a Moto G 2014 and is just as slow as the A5.
On the other hand, I have an old Lumia 520 lying around and it is incredible how fast and fluid it is.
No more Android for me.