Anonymous, 1 hour agoThanks for the question. Samsung Galaxy A51 from 2019 already received a security patch in January and has so … moreExactly
Android has been using 48 megapixel sensors since 2017 and now in 2022 crapple will only bring one 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Most likely, by 2050, they will use 108 mp😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
Anonymous, 48 minutes agoLol, this guy is seriously comparing the Galaxy A51 to an upcoming, not even released, iPhone … moreHaving something to be of high spec is more important than using those specs. This unfortunate mentality has long been one of the main motivations behind Android sales.
Not to say the operating system itself is bad, it isn’t, and I count myself among those Android fans. I am fortunate not to be stupid enough to lapse into the youthful thinking, “When you choose one option, you must 1. stay true to it forever and 2. hate the other option”.
No, I can switch between iOS and Android as I wish. But if or (as I know myself) when I switch back to Android for my so-called “day driver”, it won’t just be because something has an absurd amount of RAM, a high MP camera, or some other technical discussion point. No, I’ll see how well it uses these specs.
From the reviews I’ve read of the A51, it doesn’t seem to get the most out of its own hardware.
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Lofi, an hour agoiOS 15 is still super handicap when it comes to the very optimistic view in terms of functions close to Android 7 … moreBecause the use of BT and NFC and the ability to have a custom launcher is all that an OS is in your books. Maybe iOS doesn’t have that many features by raw numbers, but it’s still very unlikely that I’ll ever go back to Android. Not with how little f ** ks all sellers give about their products after they have been sold. Not only are there a bunch of features and settings to brag about, but how it works and how to maintain it, and iOS is just on a whole different level. You will understand if you actually use it for a while, rather than just “I’ll try it with friends for 10 minutes and then decide it’s useless”. I have a donce that I’ve passed Apple’s own (often silly) ways of doing things, the experience is great.
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Anonymous, 1 hour agoThanks for the question. Samsung Galaxy A51 from 2019 already received a security patch in January and has so … moreLol, this guy is seriously comparing the Galaxy A51 to an upcoming, yet-to-be-released iPhone 15 Pro and bragging about knowing that its useless 48 megapixels and 8GB of RAM are superior because big numbers certainly have to be better. You can’t do this lol.
DMX, 1 hour agoI hope that’s sarcasm or you’re a 15 year old fanboy hahahahahahaI think it’s the opposite and you are what you just described
Lofi, an hour agoiOS 15 is still super handicap when it comes to the very optimistic view in terms of functions close to Android 7 … more“Still super hampered by Apple’s enormous profit from the sale of user data”
Apple doesn’t make its profits by selling user data. Apple makes a profit with hardware and services. Apple is not Google or Facebook
I am about to upgrade to iPadOS 15
a) Reports of significantly poorer battery life (in contrast to iOS 15 on iPhones)
b) UI changes that appear like downgrades, such as removing the Today view (pinned widgets) from the home screen, which is scrollable; unnecessary padding on the sides in a vertical view that looks strange; even fewer apps per home screen than iPadOS 14, which I found for a good layout.
Sumsang, 2 hours agoHow about Android? 😂. Thanks for the question. The 2019 Samsung Galaxy A51 has already received the January security patch and has some features from the 2023 iphone 15 Pro that include an Amoled screen and 48-megapixel camera, as well as 8GB of RAM.
No it’s not crazy. we only live in the future.
Lofi, an hour agoiOS 15 is still super handicap when it comes to the very optimistic view in terms of functions close to Android 7 … more“Basically, if someone has an IQ above room temperature, they will buy Android because it offers strong security and privacy and features that iOS has not yet invented.”
You forgot / s
someone might actually believe that you mean business: D
And they only released it a few days ago *, instead Android 12, which is around a year old, let’s see it came out as soon as it was available on some devices, which would be less than 3% if you do some good research , that’s the difference between one and the other, google for the greed of elegant Fas runs the system like an artist who releases a new album every 6 months hahahahaha and they only use it to market and sell the latest device, as people talk loudly about last year, they are still on Android 11 and maybe with that November patch
iOS 15 is very optimistic about features close to Android 7
Still super hindered with Apple’s huge profit from the sale of user data
Basically, if someone has an IQ above room temperature, they will buy Android because it offers strong security and privacy and features that iOS has not yet invented
Alex Christine, 2 hours agoiPadOS 15, 15.1, and .2 are still lagging and buggy AF. I use my iPad with iPadOS 15.2 a … moreon my ipad 8th gen i have no problems .. rather it seems to be more stable than ipad os 14
Sumsang, 2 hours agoHow about Android? 😂. Keeps working when you step away from the mirror. 🥴.
Alex Christine, 2 hours agoiPadOS 15, 15.1, and .2 are still lagging and buggy AF. I use my iPad with iPadOS 15.2 a … moreThere just seem to be a few issues on the latest devices. Aside from the still fluffy Do Not Disturb planner, I don’t seem to have any other issues on the iPhone XR with the latest iOS 15. And I got pretty much all of the functionality on the latest devices, so it’s not because they’re missing. Must be something else.
iPadOS 15, 15.1, and .2 are still lagging and buggy AF. I’m using my iPad with iPadOS 15.2 and I’m literally struggling with it.
How about Android? 😂.