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Lol. What a dumb picture.

Let me go full Android.

Android sheep don't actually use these features yet still pay for them. Lelelelelelelelelelelele.

This type of attitude creates such meaningful discussion. rolleyes.gif

I downloaded this photo and uploaded it directly from my Galaxy S 8+. You are correct I don't use NFC since I have MST which the Galaxy S6 has also. Split screen is awesome.

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The only noteworthy difference there is Spilt Screen apps, the rest mean nothing. OLED =/ OLED in this case, RAM doesn't matter, core count doesn't matter, NFC is barely used (even with AP).

Can I expect to see something similar for the Pixel 2 vs S6?
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The only noteworthy difference there is Spilt Screen apps, the rest mean nothing. OLED =/ OLED in this case, RAM doesn't matter, core count doesn't matter, NFC is barely used (even with AP).

Can I expect to see something similar for the Pixel 2 vs S6?

No because most Android phones had the same features. That's the point the iPhone finally caught up with 2015 features. Apple's been playing catch up with major phone manufacturers. You can brag about their new A11 bionic(which is amazing) but non-tech savvy users won't be able to tell the difference since the iPhone 7 opens Facebook just fine.

Two things I hate about my Galaxy S8, it runs out of RAM too quickly. 4GB isnt enough for this bloated phone. It only has 1 speaker.

I have a large 6.2" screen with thin bezels. I still have a finger print scanner along with iris scanner which is as secure as Face ID. I have a heart rate monitor I use often when I forget to charge my gear s2.
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From the perspective of a person who was on Android from day one, until the iPhone 5s, at the time of swapping it wasn’t a hardware choice. While it is completely disingenuous to say Apple has lagged in mobile technology. It is really hard to say the iPhone X is the superior when compared to its Android counterparts.

The hardware difference between the two has yet to be established as a huge factor. They are both ludicrous in capabilities for what they are!

The difference between the two is truly the software. It is an Android vs iOS discussion. The software is what moved myself, and at the time business, all to iOS.

But just my thoughts.
    
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No because most Android phones had the same features. That's the point the iPhone finally caught up with 2015 features. Apple's been playing catch up with major phone manufacturers. You can brag about thr new A11 bionic(which is amazing) but non-tech savvy users won't be able to tell the difference since the iPhone 7 opens Facebook just fine.

Two things I hate about my Galaxy S8, it runs out of RAM too quickly. 4GB isnt enough for this bloated phone. It only has 1 speaker.

I have a large 6.2" screen with thin bezels. I still have a finger print scanner along with iris scanner which is as secure as Face ID. I have a heart rate monitor I use often when I forget to charge my gear s2.
I think the iPhone 6S+ was pretty "caught up" back in 2015 when it was released. Did it have every feature that Android smartphones have? No. But is there any one Android smartphone that has every feature that there is to have? I suspect not. Ultimately Apple is one company producing one smartphone per year (this year excepted) whilst there are myriads of companies that produce multiple Android smartphones per year and naturally because of this they tend to adopt new features faster than Apple does.
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That entire picture is a straw man argument. None of those numbers actually represent the capabilities of each phone.

Thickness at this point isn't particularly relevant, the S6 isn't IP68 rated, the 12MP camera on the iPhone shoots better pictures and video than the 16MP one on the S6, both displays are a high enough PPI that the actual resolution is irrelevant, the iPhones storage is much faster and there's a 256GB option which the S6 doesn't have (nor does it have expandable storage), the iPhones lower core count CPU is much faster, and iOS manages memory better.
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I downloaded this photo and uploaded it directly from my Galaxy S 8+. You are correct I don't use NFC since I have MST which the Galaxy S6 has also. Split screen is awesome.


And? I can download the photo as well. I also don't remember a time where I benefited from split screen and I had (in fact still have) an Android phone for years. I have quite a collection of boxes from my time in Retail and thanks to Jump on Demand from T-Mobile. The only big features that the iPhone is "missing" is expandable storage and wireless charging. One of which is rectified, and the other is irrelevant to the majority of users.
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Only 256gb max in a iphone is already a big lost

This sentence is incoherent.
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And? I can download the photo as well. I also don't remember a time where I benefited from split screen and I had (in fact still have) an Android phone for years. I have quite a collection of boxes from my time in Retail and thanks to Jump on Demand from T-Mobile. The only big features that the iPhone is "missing" is expandable storage and wireless charging. One of which is rectified, and the other is irrelevant to the majority of users.
This sentence is incoherent.

The iPhone was missing a ton of useful features. All these features the Galaxy S6 has. I guess it's better late than never.

High resolution display
Wireless charging
Quick charging
Always on Display
Quick access to the camera
Heart rate sensor
Tracking autofocus

Galaxy S6 has an IR blaster which I missed. I had the IR codes for all my devices. My tv, AC, receiver, and lights. I would also change the channels at bars.
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The iPhone was missing a ton of useful features. All these features the Galaxy S6 has. I guess it's better late than never.

High resolution display
Wireless charging
Quick charging
Always on Display
Quick access to the camera
Heart rate sensor
Tracking autofocus

Galaxy S6 has an IR blaster which I missed. I had the IR codes for all my devices. My tv, AC, receiver, and lights. I would also change the channels at bars.
Aside from the high resolution display and quick access to the camera, I agree. There's diminishing returns after a certain pixel density, and also you need higher resolutions on AMOLED since they use a different pixel stripe than a standard LCD. The difference isn't that big between the two.

Quick Charging and Wireless Charging are definitely useful to have.
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The iPhone was missing a ton of useful features. All these features the Galaxy S6 has. I guess it's better late than never.

High resolution display
Wireless charging
Quick charging
Always on Display
Quick access to the camera
Heart rate sensor
Tracking autofocus

Galaxy S6 has an IR blaster which I missed. I had the IR codes for all my devices. My tv, AC, receiver, and lights. I would also change the channels at bars.

Useful, not mandatory. I did not see a great benefit from switching to an iPhone or iPhone plus display, both of which are below qHD resolution. In fact, I could still use a non-plus variant without any complaints. I certainly don't need wireless charging. I barely use my wireless pad as it is. Quick charging was always useful, but again, I simply learned to keep my phone charged, it's not that big of a deal to me and I don't consciously structure my day around iPhone charge cycles. Even at the moment, I don't use my quick access camera on my iPhone and I never did on any of my Androids. I've never used a heart rate sensor in my life, jk, I have a fitbit. My iPhone pictures have always turned out great. So did my Android ones, but I'm not a photo guy. All modern cameras ever since the S6 and iPhone 6 looked great to me.

And an always on display? Really? It's cool and useful but hardly something I'd crucify iOS over. Most Android phones don't even have it.

I am a power user in a sense that I really beat on my phones. I use youtube, a ton of tabs on my browsers, remote access desktop applications for work, office suites, etc, etc. My Androids always, always reached a point of overheating, lagging, or general Android jank unpleasantness. And I could literally show you my stack of Android phone boxes, I am a fan of many things that Android does "better". But what phone do I use as my primary work and day-to-day tool? An iPhone. It does the core smartphone functions better than Android and that's why it's better for so many people. I appreciate Android for pushing the envelope, but iPhone consistency and excellence is much more important to me.

Just watch this Linus bit on his beef with Android

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sx2Lnhth5qg&t=604s
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Aside from the high resolution display and quick access to the camera, I agree. There's diminishing returns after a certain pixel density, and also you need higher resolutions on AMOLED since they use a different pixel stripe than a standard LCD. The difference isn't that big between the two.

Quick Charging and Wireless Charging are definitely useful to have.

I honestly don't mind even the smaller iPhone low resolution display. I guess it's because I'm not an enthusiast. rolleyes.gif
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