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post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by E_man View Post
This. My phone is plenty responsive, just as responsive as an iPhone 4 most of the time, with near identical specs. The times it's not, full HW acceleration will fix I'm sure.



Not sure if you're serious. If you are, I definitely agree.
I am one hundred percent serious, android names are totally nuts, thats just another reason for loving them to bits.

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post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by 996gt2 View Post
Why doesn't Android support full hardware acceleration of the user interface? It seems like a waste given the really powerful hardware that's present on current high-end Android phones. The Evo 3D has a 1.2 GHz dual core and 1GB of RAM compared to the ~800 MHz A4 and 512MB RAM in the iPhone 4. There's really no reason why it should feel "laggier" when scrolling or when moving across screens.
I don't know why they haven't so far, but they do in HC+

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I am one hundred percent serious, android names are totally nuts, thats just another reason for loving them to bits.

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Like I said, if you were serious, I agree. I love those names.
    
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post #23 of 27
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Android just doesn't appeal to me. To each and his own.
So you bought something you don't like? That's new.
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post #24 of 27
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I am one hundred percent serious, android names are totally nuts, thats just another reason for loving them to bits.

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If you ever used Linux b4 then these names are not at all surprising
Ubuntu uses an adjective and an animal, on Natty Narwhal now, mint uses girls name that end with an A, on Katya now
All following an alphabetical order

As far as screen responsiveness I can't complain with my mytouch 4g
I get a little stutter when i unlock it but it's smooth sailing after that.
it's underclocked an undervolted so that's to be expected
Then again I also don't have an iphone to compare
post #25 of 27
Yes the iPhone's responsiveness is fairly unmatched. It's quite nice.

The Evo 3d is very close, imo. No cigar, but close. It's the first Android phone that has won me over, toppling my preference for the iPhone.
    
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post #26 of 27
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I think I know what you mean.

The overall interface isn't as smooth as the iPhone's on the Androids (when scrolling, it doesn't seamlessy scroll, but there's a little bit of stutter)

That's one of my main drawbacks on getting an Android phone anyway, especially when the phone has better specs overall than an iPhone, but still does that.
Em, my phone has no stutter. >_>

I recommend next time you test a vanilla Android device rather than one infested with Motoblur. Or whatever. X3

Having used the iPhone, I haven't noticed any interface lag with my Android phone vs my iPhone 4. I'm not implying my iPhone experience was bad, but that it wasn't any better than my Android experience.

I mean in terms of the interface, beyond that, Android is by far more fun to use. XD

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I used a Galaxy S II in a local Bell store and it was super responsive, just as responsive as an iPhone 4 but it felt MUCH faster when loading anything... probably twice as fast.
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