Rohit12, 01 Oct 2017Those who want Fastest and greatest will go for iPhone 8 because it has fastest mobile process... moreFastest chip. Not necessarily the fastest so far.
And not ever has been the best
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2017Most people "think" that iPhones are luxury devices or are status symbols, but yeah in reality... moreYeah, apparently sheep's this days can't tell the difference between luxury and overpriced average quality device.
PRoPratt, 30 Sep 2017Look at Samsung Benchmarks and then, see it lag and hang :D SHAME!Those who want Fastest and greatest will go for iPhone 8 because it has fastest mobile processor on the planet currently. And even upcoming Snapdragon 845 will be much slower compared to A11 chip.
Drickz, 30 Sep 2017In the old time iPhone superior hardware and innovative feature justify the high price and loc... moreApple A11 is Miles ahead of Fastest Snapdragon currently ie 835
infact performance of A11 is equivalent to Core i5 laptop processors of Intel 7th generation.
Choeneqck, 30 Sep 2017So much hype about the A11 bionic chip. Milli-seconds faster in real life performance doesnt c... moreIn Single core performance apple is 30 months ahead of Snapdragon
Snapdragon 845 that will launch in March 2019 will give single core scores of 2600 which is same as given by A9 launched in September 2015.
When your iPhone 6 is 3 years old and yet, you still can't afford an upgrade and you claim, that people with Galaxy S8 in hands, who are critical towards Apple are "poor" android users.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2017iLuxury. When you buy an 16GB iPhone, cause you can't afford 64 GB one and then bash "poor" A... moreWhat's funny is that for the price of a 64GB iPhone 8, you can buy the same storage size Android phone like the LG V6 or S8 plus enough cash to buy a 128 to 256GB Micro-SD (which is usually now UHS-I or faster).
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2017Please re read my commentPlease , use correct technical terms.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2017All it takes is a bit of reading. Almost every iPhone made has its costs analysed by iFixit, s... moreiLuxury.
When you buy an 16GB iPhone, cause you can't afford 64 GB one and then bash "poor" Android users.
The man with no name, 30 Sep 2017Why I don't & won't have an iPhone.
1. Poor interconnectivity - If I want to transfer a... moreWhy I don't & won't have an Android.
1. Poor interconnectivity - If I want to transfer an image/file from iOS device to iOS device, or iOS device to a Mac I can easily via a Bluetooth and Wifi using a builtin OS service called AirDrop, if I want to transfer iPhone to Android, I have to email it, which isn't helpful if you haven't got a signal.
2. Slow Memory and insufficient backup options - I want quick access to my data, and Android doesn't support NVMe flash storage. In addition, with iCloud and iTunes backups, if something happens to my iPhone I can quickly restore from backup. If I buy a new phone, I can restore the old phone's backup to the new one and be running in a little over an hour. If I upgrade, one iPhone will transfer its settings to the new phone just by placing them near one another. With no external memory card, I don't have to worry about someone stealing it and getting my data. No tightly integrated backup scheme, no phone to phone transfer scheme, not interested thanks.
3. Chaotic environment - I find that Google's control of things to be chaotic with unconvincing security. It seems there's always malware roaming around in the Google Play store, with second class apps which developers spend less time on because Android users don't pay for apps and the only way they can achieve success is by offering a free app and showing advertisements. Google just doesn't exercise enough control over their platform.
What I find quite interesting is most companies don't allow Android phones due to their chaotic security situation, and have standardized on iPhone even though they're more expensive.
Point counterpoint. You have to look at the situation from both sides of the fence.
Verne, 01 Oct 2017Like Google did last year when their Pixel was number 1? Like it or not, most of these site... moreThey sure did test it thoroughly, shame they did not include in results camera ui, shutter speed in low light and audio recording, of which at least 2 are as important to shooting as that bokeh. Or more.
Carol, 01 Oct 2017Iphones are luxury devices? Are you kidding me or Something? They are sooooo average from qual... moreMost people "think" that iPhones are luxury devices or are status symbols, but yeah in reality they're just shoddy products with defects (Antennagate, Scruffgate, Sensorgate, Bendgate, Chipgate, Hissgate, and now Cracklegate and Splitgate) in every model released yearly.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2017 No it's not Agreed. Removing the headphone jack just creates more wear on the USB-C/Lightning port causing earlier repairs or premature failure of the port. Removing the MicroSD card slot makes users forced to buy the higher capacity phone, not to mention faster wear on the flash storage instead of having the removable storage be the one subjected to wear.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2017All it takes is a bit of reading. Almost every iPhone made has its costs analysed by iFixit, s... moreIphones are luxury devices? Are you kidding me or Something? They are sooooo average from quality to everything els, that actually the only thing you pay for, is a way inside the prison of a Corporation.
pramod5774, 30 Sep 2017In short, It is a killer phone with big bezels and no 3.5 mm audio jack. Apple doesn't pay reviewers because they don't have to - though I do recall a scandal involving Samsung paying posters.
As for exposures - Samsung tends to oversaturate and slightly overexpose. Apple's exposures are generally more lifelike, though now with HDR always on it seems like you get more bluish skies.