Will the iPhone 5 match up to its Android/WP competition?
The iPhone 5 announcement has gone out, the details are there, and so many people are excited for the release on September the 21st. But there are those who are curious as to whether the specs and the size of the iPhone 5 matches up to its competition. Some of these concerns may be valid, so let’s discuss them in more detail.
Firstly, while the 4-inch screen on the iPhone 5 is considerable, it’s not as big as, say, the HTC One X. While this is true, it may suit those who want a reasonably big screen but don’t want to go completely in that direction and still want something that feels compact whether they’re reading emails or digging into a night of partypoker blogging. So it’s not necessarily an issue.
There’s also the question of how powerful it is. Realistically, the power of the iPhone 5 isn’t really going to be an issue, although some widespread information on its RAM would be useful. If it runs things like the new 3D map interface and it’s got an A6 chip, the likelihood is that it’s going to be more than nippy enough for most.
The reality here is that iPhones are for a very specific type of smartphone experience, and there’s a reason that Apple tends to influence the designs of almost every smartphone manufacturer on the market. They’re slick, smart, fast, now more rugged than ever, and full of useful features. And with LTE coming as an option for those who want really high-speed phones, they’ll have no problem bringing the fight right to Android and Windows phones. Get ready, Apple enthusiasts, tech fashionistas and mobile gamers – here comes the 21st of September.
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