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Top message:  Android VS Apple by txtjunky   Jul 3, 2012, 7:43 PM

Replying to:  Re: simple by txtjunky   Aug 1, 2012, 4:16 PM

Re: simple

by sb_178    Aug 14, 2012, 7:43 PM

Why is Android superior to Apple? Just look at the specs. You can't argue those hardware specs. High-end android phones are way ahead of Apple products, and offer much more of a selection and better customization features. LTE blows away 14.4 H+ (even the H+ droids were rated for 21 Mb/s).

Apple is a terrible company. They trick stupid consumers into believing they had lowered prices with the release of a new iphone, yet they cut the memory down to 8 Gbs. Memory is one of the more expensive features on a phone both to make and buy... People think they are getting a cheaper iphone, yet they are really still getting an over-priced iphone that also dropped in quality (in the form of memory), and not just price. Greedy... They can always get a comparable droid or windows phone for a fraction of the price.

Yes the first droids were buggy, but still superior to the iphone. Newer droids with dual-core processors are much more stable, and still cheaper than the iphone. It really shocks me that consumers are still paying $199 for the crappy 4s, when they can get an S3.

Everything else aside, I just can't bring myself to support a company that had to put suicide nets on its buidings overseas... I didnt believe it until I saw it on the news. Ill Stick with Samsung and HTC... even Pantech has LTE smartphones that I would take over a plain-ass Iphone...

Apple took a good idea and ran with it. Android improved it further and blew by them. Apple sued Samsung... Really? 'Cuz we all know we would rather be stuck with a stone wheel before improving it... Greedy jackass hypocrites...

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