10-16-2011 03:37 AM
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  1. Slingbox's Avatar
    The Speed in which this phone operates is hands down insane IMO. I have only own two Android phones and played with my wifes EVO but i have seen some great reviews here about other phones. Crapple has good reason to go against Sammy, Its the best out there right now and if it can stop them from continuing to dominate then why not.

    This phone can be faster and some of the problems that people are having do need to be addressed but by far Sammy is the top dog right now IMO.
    System wise Sony PS3 has to most power out there but XB360 is top system. Everyone I know that plays games has both or the 360. those that have both play 360 more.
    So if Crapple scores higher in these test let them. I still will enjoy my phone and its great power.

    About closing the thread, I don't see why but if need be.
    Great post!
    PS3 ver 360 example hits the nail on the head.
    A buddy of mine picked up iphone yesterday we did a side by side.
    Performance speeds the same only difference was mine did a lot more .He was pretty impressed especially with display he will be replacing it with GS2
    10-15-2011 03:22 PM
  2. dwaynewilliams#WN's Avatar
    I did take back my Epic Touch to pick up the iPhone 4S but not because of the benchmarks. I had been waiting for the iPhone to have some key features that Android has had for a while like the speech assistant and better notifications. I have really started to enjoy gaming and the gaming experience on the iPhone is great. The first day I was starting to regret not having the big screen, but I quickly got used to the downgrade in size. The phone is faster than the iPhone 4 but not by that much. I love Siri and can't wait to see what the next generation of iPhone games are going to be. The SGSII is awesome. I think that it is weakened a bit by Sprint's service.
    10-15-2011 03:36 PM
  3. Demosthenes9's Avatar
    Don't make me pull up the benchmark threads for the e4gt! Lol these forums were abuzz with how ba it was in benchmark tests! Lol

    I like how we pick stats that make us look good but brush them off when it's to our demise, lol. I'm all about stats and I'm bout to trade my e4gt lol

    Really depends on what you are comparing. Two Android phones ? Sure, benchmarks will be meaningful. Two different Iphones ? Benchmarks would matter here as well.

    Iphone vs. Android, less about benchmarks are more about overall capability, that is, unless one phone is just painfully slow. For example, while I prefer Android for a number of reasons, I'd take an Iphone 4 or 4s over my HTC Hero simply because the Hero is sooooooo damned slow.

    In other words, there comes a point where speed/benchmark performance matters less than overall capabilities.
    10-16-2011 01:52 AM
  4. Ricolando's Avatar
    Yeah it really comes down to preference. My girlfriend has an iphone, and I'd never really recommend her to get anything else. It works for her. She thinks my Epic is awesome, but since she has small hands it's a little ungainly for her. There really isn't a top tier, small android phone nowadays. Bigger is quite literally better in the Android world.

    Sent from my Epic 4G Touch
    10-16-2011 03:37 AM
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