Little typo in the cons row: "Queit loudspeaker..."
But really nice new reviews otherwise. (:
The percentage displays and last star summery only shows properly when phone turned horizontal using ios 9 monile view
Pros and Cons should be on top rest of part is looking very helpful and easy and yes its really a time saving idea
Adit002, 11 Mar 2016This time saver review don't look fair at all. They give 2.5 stars for both iPhone 6S & Mo... moreWhen we calculate the battery score, we also consider the power efficiency (capacity/endurance), among other things.
The Moto X has twice the battery of the iPhone 6s, yet its rating is mere 1/3 better. That's the power efficiency thing.
Hope this helps you understand.
This time saver review don't look fair at all. They give 2.5 stars for both iPhone 6S & Moto X Play Battery life. Moto X Play Capacity: 3630mAh Endurance rating: 83h VS iPhone 6s Capacity: 1715mAh Endurance rating: 62h
DaniD, 11 Mar 2016Hi.
Even though I love your detailed reviews, I must say this is a long awaited publishing ... moreWeight: 43% means that 43% of the total available smartphones have weights less than the iPhone 6s. While 57% of the total available smartphones have weight greater than it.
Thickness: 7% of the total available of smartphones have thickness less than 7.1 mm. 93% of the total available smartphones would have thickness greater than 7.1mm as compared to the phone under consideration.
apertotes, 10 Mar 2016Very honest review and scores. Gsmarena is probably the only site that is not dazzled by Apple... moreexactly..that's why they are my favourite site, no bias..or at least they're very good at hiding it unlike certain websites *cough..phonearena..cough*
apertotes, 10 Mar 2016Very honest review and scores. Gsmarena is probably the only site that is not dazzled by Apple... moreexactly.
this is why i keep visiting this site again and again.
totally unbiased reviews since the advent of smartphones
Even though I love your detailed reviews, I must say this is a long awaited publishing improvement. I mean, sometimes it could get me 2 days to finish reading a review. Obviously it's not because I can't read faster...:)
So, since you've asked, in my opinion, that percentile ranking is not to clear. I mean, I'm not sure when is better for that indicator to bend to the right or to the left.
Ex: the first pair of them are referring to the weight and thickness of the iPhone 6s. OK. What does that mean? 143g means 43% of what? Or 7.1mm is 7% of a total of...? You should make those reference values visible, because it's not that clear for the first sight like this.
What do you think?