We all know very well that the rivalry between Android and iOS is something that comes from far away. The race to try to be the most innovative or the first to integrate the latest technologies has always been very disputed.
Android Always Ahead Of iOS And iPhone With Innovation
The rivalry between Android and iOS is something that comes from far away. The race to try to be the most innovative or the first to integrate the latest technologies has always been very disputed, although, sincere, has often won Android.
This time it has been the company of processors Qualcomm the one in charge to stoke to the company of the block. The microchip company has listed all the new features that are expected to integrate the new devices of the tech giant Apple and has indicated that devices of Android released or have such alleged innovations.
Most are the devices that have been in the market for a while – one of the newest is the Galaxy S8 – so what’s new, it seems that there will not be many in the new iPhone. Fast charge, water resistance, high definition OLED displays, face recognition unlocking or frameless design are some of the new features mentioned. And if you look, you will see that these inclusions and technologies are already available on Android for several years, however much they want to sell the bike and surprise the world.
Here is the list published by Qualcomm on its official website:
Qualcomm Apple Android
Of course, despite Qualcomm’s willingness to praise Android, we have to say that the list they have composed has some flaws. When talking about two-camera phones, the American company mentions the HTC One M7, a device that only had a rear sensor. Likewise, neither the LG V30 nor the G Flex 2 have been the first devices to have fast charge and OLED screens, respectively.
With this, we do not want to say that the new products that the tech giant Apple presented today are going to be outdated devices or bad devices, but we are shocked by the huge acceptance and the stir generated by the integrations they make in their phones when other devices have already integrated into them earlier.
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