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ANDROID VS IPHONE?

Author : ArNo94

Submitted : 2018-02-26 04:59:50    Popularity:     

Tags: ANDROID  IPHONE  

I have never ever had an Iphone and not planning on it. I just love Android especially how theres much more functionallity and customization than apple.

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Ok. So what's your question?

The older 2012-2014 Android phones I had were excellent but the O.S. and the quality of those phones has been slowly falling off the map since 2015.
I was the first person at work and with friends to buy a smartphone, which was the Droid X back in 2010. It was awesome at first until the Gingerbread version killed that phone. lol, the only reason I got and I was willing to pay more for the Data plan was because all the Flip-phones and Media phones were awful.

Then after toiling around with the Motorola Droid X and Droid Razr, I got a slightly used S3 from my sister who only had her phone for a month. She was unhappy with it and wanted an iPhone again. Man, was I ever blown away by the S3. It was 10x better than those old Motorola phones. The only issue I had with the s3 is after a year it developed call quality issues so I traded it in for a s4 which was built like a tank. Then I gave the s4 to my daughter and I got a Note 3. The Note 3 was by far the best Samsung and Android phone I ever had and I wish I would have never gotten rid of that Note 3. Then I upgraded to the s6 but that was quite unpleasant.

These new android phones are loaded with Bloatware I can't get rid of unless I root the phone. All I can do is disable the apps but they run and use up small amounts of Data. My s6 came preloaded with Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter which I couldn't do anything about. After 18 months my s6 couldn't make it through the day on a full charge, and at the 24 month mark it was half a day. Sometimes the phone would restart but that wasn't a widespread issue. A lot of time restarting the phone would cure any issues it had. The only good thing I can say about the S6 is it was fairly fast and it functioned fairly well on a consistent basis.

I am blown away by my iPhone and I love it more than I loved the Note 3. It's on a whole other level than android, or at least the older ones like the s6.

IPHONE.

I feel as if they honestly are the same pretty much except androids are opened source which could be good or bad depending on who you are



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