by James Tromans, 2 years ago
Our parent site MobileBurn.com is reporting live from IFA Berlin, where Samsung have released the Samsung Galaxy Tab. This device is a direct competitor to the iPad and follows on from Samsung’s success with the…
For those interested in Android, tablet computing and addictive games, this ones for you. Popherald have posted a nifty little comparison article between the iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the latter of which currently heads up the assult on Apple’s tablet market share. The battleground? Angry Birds of course, one of the most popular Android applications around and one that saw its climb to fame take place on the iPad. It only seems suitable, then, that the most sensible and realistic means in which to compare the latest tablet computers is with this game.
In truth, the article doesn’t delve into too much. Both systems run Angry Birds very well, and from where I sit, there is not too much to separate the two and tell them apart. With that said, I am sure that some manic fans will have something more to say on the matter. One thing is for sure though, Angry Birds looks really good on Android and the Galaxy Tab. Similarly, the iPad reviewer comments that there is really no need to get the iPad HD version of Angry birds because the original looks good enough. I am not sure what the native resolution of the Android app is, but its possible that it is actually having to ensure up-scaling on the Galaxy Tab. Who knows. Check out the source article below, and enjoy.