There are hundreds of phone manufacturers and there are a few very large. Whether phones with Android, iOS or Windows, whether they use other systems, there are some truths that you should know and do not let yourself be conquered by the language of marketing.
No phone is perfect, nor will be, but there will always be those devices that are useful to you and your money’s worth. For someone is an iPhone, someone else prefers a smartphone Meizu and Xiaomi from, and another category adores Microsoft phones. In essence, all of these devices are the same. Each screen has a certain diagonal and resolution, using AMOLED or LCD from different manufacturers were able to film and cameras to take pictures at resolutions high enough and use a set of applications that most users will.
Then comes refining design, quality materials and software, but also how a phone is passed. While mobile manufacturers in China offers the best balance between price and features, Apple offers an ecosystem of services and support. As phones are similar, so are some lies told about them. Or if not lies, omissions or embellishments are of truth.
When Apple introduced the Retina display on iPhone 4, he said that man can not see with the naked eye but less than 300 pixels per inch. That means the pixel density on 2.5 square centimeters. Currently, the highest density is that the Galaxy S6 has a 5.1 display and a resolution QuadHD translated into 577 pixels per inch. Screen quality is very good but not just because of the resolution. Motorola Moto X 2014 , for example, has a screen of 5.2 inches full HD resolution with a density of 424 pixels per inch. Increasingly uses AMOLED, but a lower quality panel besides Super AMOLED from Samsung.
Although not discern, in normal use and not under the microscope pixels display technology maked the difference. The most popular processors in 2015 are with eight cores. Samsung Exynos and Snapdragon Qualcomm to have models which gives you eight cores, but split between two processors to four. A quad core processor in this system is dedicated to low power consumption, operating at lower frequwncy and the second is dedicated to performance, with greater frequency.
In essence, you have a phone with all four cores, just that sometimes consumes less because you do not need more power. LG G4 has a hexa – core, two cores are dedicated to low power consumption. Then it MediaTek processor with eight cores, all running at the same frequency. Energy comsuption is of course higher. All MediaTek is also preparing six – core processor.
Finally, it is Apple has the dual – core on iPhone 6. Processors are relevant only when they are satisfied two rules: the software is optimized for them and the manufacturer devotes time, money and his development engineers. In the latter case are two example. Samsung Galaxy S6 processor is best, both by consumer demand and performance, while Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 and has earned a reputation by overheating problem. On the surface are two octa – core, but that is not enough. Like megapixels and this is more often than it should, a game of large numbers.