[deleted post]Enjoy waiting for whatever Android "next best thing" to arrive, I'll be enjoing using my iPhone 6, 64 GB, space gray, NOW!
Jovan, 29 Sep 2014 I sympathize on your bad experience with the S3, but you can't believe that it would be the s... more"The best display" shows the most off, oversaturated colours. Take a look at phone arena display comparison. I for one don't want the Note 4. If I was looking for a phablet I would have bought the iPhone 6 Plus not the iPhone 6. The bendgate is a farce, with enough force I can bend my iPad 4 too, I'm sure. The crook from the bending video still didn't explain how come when he was bending the i6+, the phone shows the time 2:26, and after is bent the phone shows the time 1:58. You need to apply an unnatural amount of force to bend the i6+, but the gap on the Note 4 is real, you don't need to do anything to get it;).
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2014Can't read small text on S3. Lol. That's a cute touch to your little fairy tale. So basically... moreYea, a 2 seconds lag is a lot of fun! Sometimes I think the phone didn't register my press on the power button to wake it up, so after 2 seconds I press again, just as the screen lights up, and then switches off following the second press. Cool, huh?
Anon, 30 Sep 2014What a long list of main disadvantagesMost of them are pretty rubbish though. Very nitpicky.
X, 29 Sep 2014"When you compare it with the Note 4, all of those advantages vanished (except the elemen... moreCan't read small text on S3. Lol. That's a cute touch to your little fairy tale.
So basically all you really did is go into this head first with a one sided opinion from the start and bash.
Anything the Note has superior you just claimed to be useless.....But every little thing you think is better on the iphone....even if it's not....is so superior and amazing and innovative.
The same old story. Everything the iphone does not have or is not as good at is something useless anyway...until it gets it. Then it's the best there ever was.
The truth is that the Note 4 demolishes the iphone in just about every possible way.
Even the S3 is a much better overall device.
Sure the Iphone will be a little faster and stronger....Great while your sitting their showing your friends how you can open apps a little faster someone will be using the S3 to a more enjoyable true smartphone experience.
AnonD-209094, 29 Sep 2014Thers one thing that Note 4 or any other high end Samsung can not offer: SIM free. the region ... moreWhy would anyone pay even more money for a phone that has the world lead in app crashes, and multiple endless updates that plague you with random bugs. Comes to fix one major issue and brings another.
Tells you what you are allowed to do in limitation.
Has weaker battery. And bending problems?
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2014It's better to have a few App crashes then having Apps that don't support your make/model/chip... moreLol. You mean having a chipset that is physically unsupported by the device.
Jovan, 29 Sep 2014 I sympathize on your bad experience with the S3, but you can't believe that it would be the s... moreThers one thing that Note 4 or any other high end Samsung can not offer: SIM free. the region lock on Samsungs does not work as advertized, people are getting their phones bricked when abroad, even inserting the original SIM doesnt unblock the phone. Why on earth would anyone pay REAL MONEY for a phone like that?
Also, i am sure that the region lock is part of the reason for Samsungs declining sales and it should be. I dont like iPhone 6 but they work, everywhere, cant say the same about Note 4.
DeDeTe, 29 Sep 2014So, go buy a Note 4 (which is not out yet) and stop posting multiple posts of cr@p. I haven... moreSmart-phone is a tool but not jewel therefore iBend6+ is useless with its absolutely "emasculated" OS.
I am currently 1047 on my carriers waiting list for the gold version 64gb. can't wait.
i must admit the performance and camera of the new iphone are amazing.
Jovan, 29 Sep 2014 I sympathize on your bad experience with the S3, but you can't believe that it would be the s... moreSo, go buy a Note 4 (which is not out yet) and stop posting multiple posts of cr@p.
I haven't used the Note 3, other than minimal testing, but I did have the GS5, which I returned. I've had a few Samsung phones, never been happy with any of them, but keep buying them because I forget after a while... Samsungs also feel cheap in the hand, but maybe you like that.
I have the iPhone 6+. I am telling you, from my experience, it's the best phone I've ever had.
X, 29 Sep 2014"When you compare it with the Note 4, all of those advantages vanished (except the elemen... more I sympathize on your bad experience with the S3, but you can't believe that it would be the same experience with the Note 4, can you? Though the Note's display is pentile, but it's diamond pixel arrangement and QHD resolution make all the difference, and the 'best display' acknowledgment came from displaymate, not me. It's stylus is a great addition, it's like you'd always have a piece of paper with you whenever you need to scribble something quickly, and when I said design I don't mean like a building or a car or something like that, maybe just some things that you need to make or want to create. I'm definitely gonna make good use of it. The multitasking is also much different than the previous versions, it's even more practical now with floating window, it's definitely much better than what the iPhone has to offer. And the virtual reality capability? You must be kidding me comparing it with TV, right? It's been reviewed on various tech sites as awesome. I believe it'll be a different and amazing experience and something unique to the Note 4, I know you'll be thinking like this too once you've tried it yourself. It's also really cheap since Sprint is offering it for just $720, you can even pay just $30/month for two years without a down payment, 32GB with micro sd card extension. With the Android L coming, the phone is going to be even better, super smooth and really fast because of the new ART protocol to replace the old Dalvik. Battery life? You do know that early findings show that it's going to be even more efficient than the 1080p phones, don't you? It's because of the new tech on the display. And it also had the Ultra power saving mode that'll give you 24 hours of juice with just 10% of battery left. One of Android L's biggest advantage will also happen to be power efficiency. And to top it off, the Note 4 also has the fast charging feature that'll make you reach 50% of it's massive battery charged in just 30 minute and 100% in just 70.
So, there, there's nothing that the iPhone has to offer that the Note has not, yet there are plenty more from the Note 4 that the iPhone just simply lacking and doesn't have any answer. Sorry :)
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2014So you mean that the iPhone 6 has all those features?
First, you don't need to have them al... moreThis is such a stupid comment...
More features means little in the real world.
The iPhone has by far the best functioning fingerprint sensor (I've had and tested the S5 and it sucks in comparison).
The iPhone has the best camera on a phone right now: fast, excellent balance and best panorama there is.
The iPhone has a really good ecosystem, including AirPlay, which is heads and shoulders above Chromecast (yes, I have both, never really use Chromecast, even from my Android).
The iPhone, thanks to that really good fingerprint sensor, has the best point of sale payment ecosystem there is.
iOS 8 is actually really good and it has gained a few points on KitKat (but still behind on a couple). But they are both excellent OS platforms.
So, for now, the iPhone 6 is probably the best phone there is.
I have an Xperia too, and I returned a GS5 (poor dynamic range in photos, which made too many of them unusable for me on a large TV screen).