The good news for HTC fans is that the One’s camera is as good as or better than the iPhone’s.
According to Chitika’s latest US and Canada mobile web traffic report, if we only take the iPhone 5 and S3 into account, the score is 51% – 49%.
In a survey, American smartphone users say they’re more satisfied with 4 Android smarthphones than the iPhone 5, although Apple still leads as a brand.
While we can’t really claim secrets are better kept in the Android décor than in Apple’s world, especially now, we can’t help but laugh our behinds off whenever iPhone clones looking exactly like the originals come out before the authentic devices.
After many years of living in the shadows, Sony looks like it could finally break into the high society of smartphones with the Xperia Z.
According to the WSJ, Apple had cut orders for the iPhone 5 screen by half. Does that mean Android is stealing their thunder?
2012 will no doubt be known as the year of the Samsung smartphones. The Galaxy S 3 was a mega hit and the Galaxy Note 2 was very successful as well. Due to this, Samsung posted a record $8.2 billion in profits during Q4 2012.
Apple’s iPhone 5 got its fair share of Chinese Android-based clones before and around the time of its release, but since it’s been out there hasn’t been much movement in Shanzhai Land.
According to the data gathered by Strategy Analytics, Samsung took the biggest chunk of the LTE smartphone market, with its LTE-enabled devices accounting for 40% of total unit sales. This number is actually lower than its record last quarter, which reached 50.9% at its peak. But it’s still a good deal greater than the share of other phone makers like LG, Motorola, and Apple.
Both the Apple iPhone 5 and the Sony Xperia T are great phones, but how do they fare against each other? What are their strengths and shortcomings? Which one you should pick up this holiday season? Find out in our post.