Anonymous, 04 Aug 2017"Quad Core CPU clocked at 2.34 GHz (only reason iPhones are fast is because Apple makes both h... moreOh, I know that Apple's cores have a higher IPC rate than other octa-core and deca-core CPUs, but you never denied the fact that they would perform slower on a customisation heavy OS like Android than on a Ultra-lightweight OS like iOS. So my point still stands.
Qwerty2017, 04 Aug 2017LOL... U r a role model for all SMART-ASS isheep fanboys in comments section...
U talk like ... moreyour talking like a smart guy ha.. wanna bet? if apple has a solution for that? I will give $1000 if my statement was wrong .. ..
just wait for it boy once apple release the phone.. and by the way.. Since when apple release a half baked phone? All I know is only android is good in releasing half baked feature,..
By the way.. I am formerly a note 3 user that suffers burn in problem. while my iphone 5s still rocking to this date :)
FullMetal, 05 Aug 2017Google Pixel for example :) Fact due to the time i write the comment
2160p@60fps is great, 05 Aug 2017Can't wait for the 4K@60fps. However, I would also like 8 MP front and rear cameras. Lower res... more*mp on the back would be too low a resolution. And While in theory an 8mp sensor could have much larger pixels and be far superior in low light they would not give you that bright an aperture or make the pixels that big to make up for the resolution drop.
Can't wait for the 4K@60fps. However, I would also like 8 MP front and rear cameras. Lower resolution cameras can be made to cope with lower light conditions better than higher resolution cameras.
Kucma, 05 Aug 2017I agree Note 2 was a great phone. Obviously it could not keep up with time. Mine got slow and ... moreThat's my point though. That's like comparing a Note5 or other Android in that time frame to an iPhone 5. Granted most could find something better even comparing the Note5 to the 6s.
But to a i5 doesnt give a fair or direct comparison.
Anonymous, 04 Aug 2017Don't get me wrong. The note 2 is still a great phone actually. Obviously lacking in a few are... moreI agree Note 2 was a great phone. Obviously it could not keep up with time. Mine got slow and very limited with what I could do on it in terms of apps. Didn't have that many apps on it, perhaps two home pages but anything more would start to crash it. Saying that I still miss some aspects of Note in my iPhone. To me a perfect phone would be a Note with iOS. Can't see Apple including a stylus with any of their phones anytime soon though... All the shortcomings aside, for what I need from the phone I would pick iOS over Android any day having experienced both.
wow, 04 Aug 2017are you serious? only iphone has 120 fps capture and no other android phone has? I suggest you... morePlsss don't be a blind, dude. I said 120fps recording at 1080p, tell me any android devices that can do that
Don't be a blind fan boy, credit is due to the one that deserve it
7.7, 04 Aug 2017Unless Apple switches to HEVC 4K at 60fps is going to be really impractical, you'd probably on... moreTHAT's their "strategy" in marketing iphones for year, mate...
Apple WON'T add HEVC codec for video recording, instead add more storage versions, like 320GB iphone 8, to milk their isheep for good.
Next year, they will add better heatsink design for iphone 9, & equipped it with better GPU that could handle 4K @60fps recording with ease.
next, they will add HEVC code for iphone 10 and ALL metal back cover for better heat dissipation, as well as better chassis, and introduced new CPU, claimed to be "on-par" with desktop-class CPU.
and so on, and so on for the next decade...
It's ALWAYS FUN to see isheep defend & justify EVERY MOVE made by Apple when they are actually getting milked out of their hard-earned money EVERY YEAR by Apple.
not to mention iOS is a REALLY impractical, backward OS that can't even do basic things without 3rd party app that's out-of-the-box feature in Android OS stock. That's why most people who switched from Android to iOS revert back to Android, and iOS user who switched to Android NEVER LOOKED BACK or missed iOS.
Anonymous, 04 Aug 201760FPS is better than higher resolution in my opinion. The previous guy was right though, when ... moreI actually think too that 4K@30 is useless too. It's not like people have 4K phones and 4K tablets and 4K TVs (UHD displays are still relatively rare and people still buy 1080p TVs) and 4K monitors for PC. 1080p@60 is already more useful, we can even risk and say 1440p is useful since it's a popular mid-high end resolution.
You're just not going to enjoy 4K, but you'll enjoy shortage of storage
4K @ 60 fps is awesome. I hope at least now Apple will provide the option to change the resolution through the Camera app rather than the settings app.
Unless Apple switches to HEVC 4K at 60fps is going to be really impractical, you'd probably only get a few minutes of recording before your phone runs out of storage
ProJames, 04 Aug 2017Improve it? They just enabled 4K recording @60fps. Nothing else. But if you want to waste all ... more60FPS is better than higher resolution in my opinion. The previous guy was right though, when 4K came to android devices, taking up tons of storage space, it was seen to be a great thing, Apple behind again. But when Apple want to introduce 60FPS using a highly compressed codec for less storage space, its time to say its pointless. 4K 30FPS was pointless when it launched, barely any displays to play it back on, most people share to facebook and the like, I would rather record in 1080p 60fps than 4K 30fps. This could be a good move from Apple. Offer the choice at least
-NEOPHYTE-, 04 Aug 2017Wow, you are really slow...lemme just give you the specs of the iPhone 7:
-720p screen (techn... more"Quad Core CPU clocked at 2.34 GHz (only reason iPhones are fast is because Apple makes both hardware and software. Put an Apple SoC inside something like an S8 and the phone will lag even more than all the haters says it does. FACTS.)"
Just shows you know nothing about hardware and only look at numbers. Do some reading. iPhones are fast because they have huge CPU cores compared to the competition, with very high IPC. Number of cores by it self means nothing if you compare different architectures.