Originally Posted by AllyOmega
It'll be the only phone with a Cortex A15 for a few months, if that. And that's just because the major Android OEM's have a different release schedule.
Better display quality is always good. However, there are already Android phones that have great screens that I believe can compete with the iPhone 5. For example, the One X and Sony's phones.
Camera's cool. PureView probably outdoes it, but we'll see. A better camera isn't exactly revolutionary though.
Yep. It's ahead, and at least "up there" in terms of the processor. Though it's probably going to have a lower clock speed than the Android smartphones.
The iPad 3 came out with top notch display quality, and it seems the iPhone 5 is following. It's still high end quality, even if it's competing with other smartphones.
No, it's not, but it's good nonetheless.
Originally Posted by Benladesh
All of these numbers (2 times .etc) are compared to a previous iphone.
They are playing catchup with this phone and it's features.
Uh yeah what else would they compare it against? They're not playing catch up, they're just updating like normal.