Which one is better Apple or Samsung
Samsung is a foreign company and a very old company. Samsung is undisputed king of Smartphones. Apple is still distant second. Smartphones have been around for quite some time now and names like Samsung and Apple dominate the market. These two are the most renowned mobile gadget manufacturers in the world, although they also produce a wide variety of electronics. Samsung and Apple have been competing at all levels of mobile phone production and have close customers. Only one group of smartphone users comes even close to as loyal as i phone diehards.
Choices & other choices
When you choose an Android phone, you have what seems like an endless amount of choices for phones. Do you want a phone that does what phones do along with taking extremely good pictures? Buy a phone whose main focus is the camera. Do you want a rugged phone that could withstand being dropped many times? Do you want a phone that has a 4 K resolution screen rather than a 720-1080 pixel screen? Do you want a phone with a smaller or bigger form factor? Android phones cover all this plus so much more. That’s the beauty of Android phones — you can get the one that fits you.
Widgets & Multitasking
With ios 8, Apple finally just implemented “widgets”, but they are pretty limited. This somewhat ties in with the Customization section, but Widgets have long been a huge advantage of Android over ios. Android offers all sorts of widgets that you can put onto your home screens. These widgets might be anything from a custom clock, weather, alarms, direct calls to contacts in your phone, flashlight, email, messages, and so much more. Multitasking has also been around on Android for a while, and it’s extremely easy to use. You simply open up the multitask window and you can drag two apps that you want to have going at the same time in the appropriate boxes (see the picture above).
All hail micro USB chargers! They are the standard charger on tons of devices out there including Android phones. Left your charger at home and you’re on vacation or something? Have no fear, chances are someone has a micro USB charger for some device of theirs which will charge your phone up just fine.
What does Apple have? Well, they decided it would be cool to be different and have these “lightning” cables. Not only are these different and only usable for Apple devices, but they changed to the “lightning” cable from the old 30-pin charger that charges older i Phones and i Pads. So, now you have to go and buy their new “updated” charger if you want to charge your new Apple device because that 30-pin charger sure won’t fit! Why would Apple do this? Oh, because it means they’ll make a fortune selling chargers because they’re so specific to their devices and with their shoddy quality (I’m on my 4th Mac book Pro charger and 3rd iPad charger), you’ll just have to keep buying and buying.
Since there are so many Android phones out there, there’s no way to measure the durability of all Android phones. This is more specifically aimed at the Galaxy Note 3 vs. the iPhone 6 Plus debate that went on a couple years ago. The Galaxy S6/S6 Edge and the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge now are made out of durable aluminum with glass fronts and backs. With the iPhone 6 Plus being such a large piece of aluminum, it’s no wonder it bends and stays bent. Plastic doesn’t do that. You can try bending it out of shape, but it will retain its original shape rather than staying bent.
Comparison of Samsung Galaxy S 8+ & Apple I phone 7 plus
|Specifications||Samsung Galaxy S 8+||I phone 7 plus|
|RAM||4 GB||3 GB|
|OS||Android 7.0||i o s 10|
|Screen size||6.2 inch||5.5 inch|
|Front camera||8 MP||7 MP|
|Rear camera||12 MP||12 MP|
|Wireless fast charging||Yes||No|
|Processor||Octa-core 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 835||Quad-core 2.3 GHz Apple A10 Fusion|
|Battery Capacity||3,500 mah||2,900 mah|