Android Authority, 21 Oct 2020There is nothing in the iPhone 12 that is better than your average 2020 Android flagship.
Tha... moreYou are kind of wrong. I have both Android and iOS and I like both, but Apple is in many ways more seamless, has a better UI feel and it integrates within its ecosystem better. I completely understand why most of my friends prefer iOS and are willing to pay a premium for it, the ecosystem, the hardware design, fit and finish and support.
I buy Androids for the camera hardware and for testing purposes, but while the specs sound great, the software is generally poor -- both Huawei and Xiaomi for example have camera software which makes photos look like velvet paintings. If that's your taste, fine, but it's not mine and most people I know prefer the color balance of Apple or Google's apps. Both Apple and Google have better computational photography than anyone else, IMO.
But if you like your Android, good for you. Why bother spamming Apple reviews? Unless the sour grapes taste makes you do it :D
Anonymous, 22 Oct 20205G does reduce battery life on Android phones lolI must be hallucinating because I see Androids getting way larger batteries and iPhones only getting slightly larger batteries resulting in a MUCH larger battery life hit. Because Androids have battery life problems right? I'm just hallucinating and that increase in average battery capacity isn't happening for Androids right? Because we're seeing iPhones with 5000 mAh batteries right?
That's not right.
Darshada, 21 Oct 20205G is so useless... By 2025 only one third will have access to 5G so Right now what would be ... moreY'know, what if I told you that there were phones with 5G that also had 120hz displays. Y'know, Androids.
Hahahahaha this has me dying. Because Apple users always say "Noooooo Apple doesn't copy stuff, they just wait until they can perfect it to release it on their phones!". Meanwhile we have this bs, a year and a half after Androids started getting 5G. And even back then, Androids didn't have this issue.
ASUS ROG Phone 3, 21 Oct 2020Ok.....but iPhone is very recently started having near QHD res but most or many Androids start... moreScreen resolution, OP8 Pro has IP rating, main camera Sony IMX689 48MP sensor vs IMX586 on OP8T, 3x optical zoom lens, 48 MP ultrawide angle lens, wireless charging, reverse wireless charging.
OP8T has faster 65W charging, UFS 3.1.
They aren't the same phones at all.
Unless you were referring only to display refresh rate and battery size for the battery life on 5G network test.
Who cares? Apple still rock
5g is like 100 times faster than 4g so all internet related work on phone is going to be done in blink of an eye fast because alls gonna take few seconds like downloading gigabytes data also or streaming loading, sending uploading downloading everything superfast so lots of hours will be left for phone will feel good
dotatoc, 21 Oct 2020Good evening. I am 57 years old, and have exclusively used Android devices since 2010. I'... moreI'd recommend not seeking objective information on the Internet. There's only crybabies online. If you ever use facts or question the comments posted by others, you'd instantly be considered a fanboy, and you'd never be able to defend yourself, as all subsequent message you'd publish would instantly be ignored and met with another reply, calling you once more a fanboy (while never presenting actual reasons why you'd be one).
[deleted post]Uh, 5G NSA is glorified LTE. Yet, enabling 5G clearly drains the battery. Fanboy? No. Techie who knows the real facts? Yes.
And I have a Note20U 5G, thanks.
The problem is that people automatically assume the iphone 12 is better than anything else without doing their proper research to notice whichever phone suits them the most.
We will be glad to get one ☝️!
Good evening. I am 57 years old, and have exclusively used Android devices since 2010. I'm interested in trying iOs for the first time.
Can anyone recommend a tech website where the comments are helpful? Or do they all consist of you fanbois screaming at each other?
Android Authority, 21 Oct 2020There is nothing in the iPhone 12 that is better than your average 2020 Android flagship. Tha... moreMost probably for a lot true as you say. But isn't the cases with cutout looks so bad? Never thought of someone with a little bit of taste would buy those.
Anonymous, 21 Oct 2020LOL. Is this your magic thinking? Apple is the most profitable phone company and has the best... moreThere is nothing in the iPhone 12 that is better than your average 2020 Android flagship.
That is the reality.
People who buy iPhone are just people who want that Apple logo on the back.
Another reason why smartphone cases for the iPhone without the cutout at the back for Apple logo hardly sell.
Wily2020, 21 Oct 2020With Android phones 5G and 120hz takes 3 hours from your battery. I bet most people have disab... moreThen why buy an iphone 12? Just for the "new design" and oled screen?
In Czech Republic the iphone 12 starts at 25000 czk. That is 920EUR.
The iphone 11 starts at 18500 czk. That is 680EUR.
So, 250EUR difference for oled screen and slightly improved camera and chipset? No way.
That is why I always said to people wanting to buy iphones: Never buy the newest iphone models. Buy the ones from 1 or 2 years old, even 3 years back. You will have almost the same performance, definitely the same experience and you pay half the price in some cases.
Android.Master, 21 Oct 2020This is why most people want nothing to do with iOS as it is full of compromises and shortcomi... moreLOL. Is this your magic thinking? Apple is the most profitable phone company and has the best selling in class products, precisely because of iOS, its ecosystem and because of the quality of its products and its support. Have you ever held an Apple product?
Nick Tagataka, 21 Oct 2020Ah, ok? We have a new fact guys, phones drain more battery when using more power draining 5G c... moreI would definitely be interested in seeing the difference for Android devices. Presumably it's smaller because Apple have smaller batteries and a 5G modem might be expected to consume the same amount of power either way?