Iphone or Something else

By gibson18g ·
Tags: Smartphones
Is it worth saying you get an old iphone or a device like huawei that with the same money will have more ram. I mean which one will get stuck less using different applications? Does the appla's best software or processor, or the other mobile's biggest ram in terms of application crashes? What are the positives and what are the negatives? Any information welcome. Thank you very much in advance!
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Not worth saying?

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to Iphone or Something else

I haven't seen "stuck" or application crashes for many years. But there are folk with phones that do that and I look at them and see a cracked screen so the phone had been dropped so all bets are off as to if that phone is any good.

As to the H phone, no one here owns one. You first Mickey.
As to the I phone, the office and home is now all Android.

Maybe the only phone for you I would write to avoid is the under 50 dollar models at Walmart.

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Depends on your choice

by toddyhills74 In reply to Iphone or Something else

well it totally depends on you... but I must say iPhone is more faster than any other device, but if you are willing to buy an old iPhone don't go for it.... buy the brand new one you'll never regret.

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by jasminekhatun In reply to Iphone or Something else

Apple's closed ecosystem makes for a tighter integration, which is why iPhones don't need super powerful specs to match the high-end Android phones. It's all in the optimization between hardware and software. ... Generally, though, iOS devices are faster and smoother than most Android phones at comparable price ranges.

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"at comparable price ranges"

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to iPhone

I get a lot more phone for the dollar. For example, for the same dollar I get a lot more onboard storage and comparable speeds. For less money I can get more value. I'm comparing the Pixel 6a here as a prime example you pay a lot less for more.

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IPhone vs Something else

by monjo1221 In reply to Iphone or Something else

One time I used Samsung, and to be honest, this phone started to lug too early.
Then I had the first apple. I have been using it for three years (it using for two years before me). And it was alive and pretty good after that.
Now I have my iPhone X and want to say that this phone is worth the money.

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Depends on what you are using your phone for

by teamperception In reply to Iphone or Something else

I am personally an apple user but I've also used android devices in the past so I got the feel of both. The reason why I switched back to apple tbh is mostly bc of the aesthetics and how user friendly it is. I do really like how android devices like Huawei has bigger rams. Android is also way more customizable and everything is open source.

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Anything except iOS

by tusharsharma040793 In reply to Iphone or Something else

I am not an Apple fan and I favor Android devices much more. So I would pretty much have something with Stock Android, even if I have to have a mediatek chipset, if not anything else. But not Apple.

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Your personal preference

by ankitgupta040795 In reply to Anything except iOS

Well, the preferences of the users vary according to the region and while some people prefer Android, many are satisfied with the iOS as well.

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by rofamarja In reply to Iphone or Something else

maybe because of good system

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Try the refurbished market

by dyddigd In reply to Iphone or Something else

I would suggest looking at the refurbished market if you are not in a hurry to get a new device.

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