re: iphone vs android
Originally Posted by leboreiro
So if Ios Iphone 5s has a dual core a7 proccesor , and the i9500 has a quad cores proccessors at higger frecuency , also more Ram .
why iphone is still faster and smoother opening apps, movies, and basically lagless on UI experience?
i don't get it . if i have stronger hardware my phone should be faster than a crappy dual core
I am not technical enough to know a whole lot about iPhone/IOS and so on, but I can give you an
example so you will better understand why iPhone 5 seems to be so much faster and snappier than
any android phones are at the present time.
iPhone 5 does not have hundreds of different theming options or settings to change what the default
screens look like, IOS does not have launchers which also has hundreds of settings for all the themes,
icons, backgrounds, colors and widgets to change and to choose from.
If our SGS4 phones did not have all those features, options and user selectable modifications in it then
our S4 phones would be just as fast and snappy as the IOS iPhone 5.
We have a lot more over-head with all these basically "eye candy" user selectable features and options
in themes, icons, colors and even sizes when we navigate through are phone's screens & opening/closing
apps so naturally it will be noticeably slower and less responsive in almost all aspects.
The differences between iphone 5's and android's processor's speeds are insignificant as far as which phone
is faster and snappier when going thru the screens, opening or closing apps and doing most anything else
while using the two phones because one has a lot of over-head and the other hardly has any at all.
Here is an example, take two healthy men who are both equal in age, weight and height then
strap a 20 pound bag of potatoes on one of the men's backs and see which one can run faster,
run further, jump higher and do more push-ups.. LOL
Wish I could think of a better example but I can't!
Have a great day, enjoy!
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