- Apr 22, 2015
any mother is above the samsung or Apple.so make your choice accordingly
iPhone operates differently, has a very closed ecosystem that allows for better optimization of apps but less control and flexibility for you the user
Thats one reason. But have you seen the performance of Apple's processor? One thing Apple still make top notch is their A series processor. They're usually ahead of processors used in Android phones. Although there is 6 months gap in releasing processor between Apple and Qualcomm/Samsung, the newer one always scores better on benchmarks. But I've been told that Apple's processor architecture is superior to Qualcomm/Samsung ones. Not GPU though. Apple's slightly behind there. The powerful processor, the OS being lighter because it does less than Android, better background management compared to Android are the true main reason for iPhone being faster. To your screen resolution point, true that iPhones have low resolution screen, but look at iPads. They've high resolution and the iPad LCD screen is not as efficient as Samsung's AMOLED screen. You can say that tablet processor(AX) is better than smartphone's but that tablet processor has always been surpassed by Samsung/Qualcomm/Apple's smartphone's processor just few months after. I won't bring Apple performs better because of "optimization" because Apple is having many bugs and crashes issues lately. Not as optimized as in the past.Once again, any tiny speed difference is largely because one phone is pushing a low res, antiquated TFT LCD screen, the other one is pushing a high resolution 2K OLED screen.
Hardware wise iphone 8 can't be more powerful than galaxy s8