Whats your excuse now?
>in gaming it is important to note that the Iphone has a significantly lower resolution than both android phones
>it's not even faster
These kind of speed test are really ridiculous in my opinion.
You won't really launch that much apps in less than a minute so a few miliseconds doesn't really matter.
I use Android, I'm not an Apple apologist.
the octa one is supposed to be more power efficient: it uses the higher clocked, newer quad core for games and intensive computing, and it uses the older, slower quad core processor for stupid background shit like listening to music while the screen is off
>Hating technology based on origin
It's a good looking phone with great features, stay mad, oligarch
>implying it's not
I've had extensive experience with both iOS and Android and there's nothing that makes it exceptional. I switched to Android back when my iPhone 4 stopped working and in all seriousness the only way I would go back is if someone paid me to take the iPhone and use it. If you're even slightly technologically inclined then Android offers so many more possibilities.
Look! I baseless samsung hater! I bet you enjoy your moto g
>unironically shilling for gookshit
How are you enjoying lagjizz? I bet you'll love it in a year when samsung refuses to give you software update as part of their planned obsolescence strategy
>I bet you enjoy your moto g
Nope. Currently sporting a G2.
Ha, fucking hardly. From the garbage that is Touchwiz to their shitty build quality, Samsung is pure trash. The iPhone of the Android world, praised only by ignorant fanboys who've never used a good phone
Since there's already a thread about this, I'll just ask here
Should I get the nexus 5 (priced $370) or wait for the nexus 6 (almost double the price) to arrive in my country?
What are the differences other than resolution and camera?
Moto X MasterRace reporting in.
You do know what the 'i' in iPhone stands for, right?
I have, actually. ios is shit compared to android, and the hardware isn't substantial enough to compensate, considering the phone doesn't even outperform it's android competitors.
>hardware not subsantial
So outperforming most Andrroid handsets, and keeping up with or being close to the rest and doing it with only 2 cores instead of 4 means the iPhone hardware is not substantial?
u wut m8?
Of the complaints one could have about an iPhone...weak SoC is not one of them.
>and keeping up with or being close to the rest
The definition of "outperform". Look it up. The only androids the iPhone can beat are like, year old budget phones.
It only loses by a couple of seconds to the note 4 and the nexus. It would win with more ram. That's the worst thing about the iphone.
But it does have a better camera, better AppStore, better apps, etc.
tfw: I just bought an Iphone 6+ 128gb 2years contract
I forgot android spergs like you don't get outside so you don't need a good camera. Not everyone is autistic enough to carry a dslr everywhere, nor can they.
>your points are wrong because I said
>800 dollars for a phone with outdated hardware
>b..b..b..ut it's shiny!
>Better camera than the Note 4/S5
Yeah sure, the Note 4 is better at everything else besides slow mo and in some cases, lowlight.
Is there ever a phone thread where there is no HTC shill bogging up that fat bezeled piece of crap
Just a note here. This test looks clever, but what is actually going on here is a test of the amount of RAM the phones have. Rather than comparing performance of any single application, the tester is flooding the phone's memory by opening a shit ton of applications, to the point that CPU/GPU performance is actually negated and the phones with more ram, to allow for holding the shit ton of apps in RAM instead of reloading them into and out of RAM. Essentially it is a rigged test for the Android phones, because they have 3GB of RAM as opposed to the IPhone's 1GB. On actual benchmarks geared to CPU/RAM performance, the iphone wins, because it's hardware, even with the 2 core CPU vs the Android devices' 4, is faster.
So as a comparison of the hardware performance, frankly, this test is pretty much bogus. No one is going to be running this much shit at once in real life. But Android partisans will still pat themselves on the backs for it, because well, people who somehow associate their personal value with their choice of phone are dumbasses.
I've used all three, and my choice went to the Nexus 6. Which I promptly returned after 4 days because the fucking control logos at the bottom and icon bar at the top of the screen were getting burned in. I fucking loved stock lollipop though. I'm going to stick with a piece of shit throwaway phone (Moto G 2014) til the HTC Hima comes out I guess. Or possibly the Experia Z4. We'll see. Now is just not the time to buy a phone.
>implying every second you spend on the phone is productive work.
Or you could just spend less time doing useless shit on your phone.
Youll save much more time than the milliseconds you build up in a year
>No one is going to be running this much shit at once in real life.
You honestly think most people force-close every app they use when they're done?
>hint: they don't
You wasted a lot of time saying absolutely nothing anon.
Nokia user here.
It's a sad day when people buy asian branded products such as samsung. I dont care how much ram or how fast the cpu is, if you buy an asian branded phone then you're just laughable
You're like a little kid sticking his fingers in his ears and yelling over and over "I CAN'T HEAR YOU!!!!" after he is told something he can't handle. Deal with it, don't be a little bitch.
>On actual benchmarks geared to CPU/RAM performance, the iphone wins, because it's hardware, even with the 2 core CPU vs the Android devices' 4, is faster.
protip- browser benchmarks dont count