Review: Apple iPhone 5s
That doesn't sounds convincing, nor like a "Quality"/"Premium" device. A "Quality" device should allow me to do more with it, at least be on par with the competition.
-"Performance of iOS 7 on the iPhone 5s was a bit uneven. The first version of any major new operating system from Apple is typically buggy, and iOS 7 is no different. Despite updating to 7.0.1 right away, the iPhone 5s had plenty of app crashes (including Apple stuff like the Settings menu and Safari.) There were some jitters here and there, and the screen transitions -- especially the ones that occur when you jump to/from the home screen -- were som...
Remember "Vertu" phones?
In-gold-clad feature phones (or early smartphones). They had a skin-deep premium feel, though, they were just phones after all.
The rear shell of the HTC one is curved, though, the phone is big. The curved back is necessary for the phone to rest well in the hand.
The front of the phone fits a bit more unevenly with the back chasis, and you can tell by just looking at it. It is a top-notch device, but obviously, the Iphone still has better looks than the One.
In my opinion, a device that looks and feels better than the two mentioned above is the One Mini. It's my favourite hardware (external hardware) to date. I wish it had better battery life.
A "Premium" device should have a casing that's sufficient to make the device last (polycarbonate is a good material for this) and a software that sums all the technological improvements.
Having a metal case is not good for a smartphone, as metal is a great heat conductor and may lead to the phone to overheat (damaging the battery and so), plus, it also blocks/weakens some wireless signals. Besides the thing with sealed battery, inexpandible memory and so...
So that subjective "Premium" feel of the iPhone's case kil...
One question comes to my mind, though.
Why you mad bro?
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