It has become usual that when Apple launches a new product, especially the iPhone, you find many opponents and some supporters are indignant about what Apple has provided, such as the introduction of the notch screen in the iPhone X, and also the iPhone 11 received the largest share of mockery and ridicule because of the camera system The triple is, and they said about him a "butane phone." And we wrote previous articles on this matter, including one “They mock you and then imitate youIndeed, all Android phones have a notch, and most of them also contain cooker eye cameras! And this time, the supporters clamored before the opponents because of Remove the charger and headphone from the iPhone boxAfter a while, we will find companies to follow the example of Apple. In fact, the new iPhones are embarrassing Android phone makers in a number of key areas, not just simple aspects like performance. Here's a comparison IPhone 12 devices Against their Android counterparts, should Android owners learn from Apple?

High quality designs

The iPhone is always characterized by high quality in design, even in affordable devices, and the "luxury of the apple" that many people deliberately show to people suffices.

Each iPhone 12 model contains a series of features that you don't see on their Android counterparts. All of them contain high-resolution OLED screens; Each one has a very durable front glass thanks to the new Ceramic Shield technology; They are all IP68 rated for water and dust resistance; All of them have a new wireless charging system with MagSafe technology. While the minimal iPhone 12 models have aluminum sides instead of stainless steel, this you see as an acceptable compromise instead of plastic or even glazed plastics.

On the other hand, many mid-range Android phones have great features, but there are usually problems. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is characterized by speed and has a great screen, but it makes clear design concessions, such as that it is "Glasstic" or glazed plastic. Google's Pixel 5 is also better designed, but it is not backed by high-quality silicone. While the Xiaomi Mi 10 series offers high-quality design and features at a good price, it is not readily available in America and other parts of the world. This is apart from the very weak support for 5G technologies in all previous phones.

Small phones with big features

While the iPhone 12 mini is smaller than the SE, it has features that put many Android phones in an awkward position. The little iPhone has the same A14 chip, cameras, and MagSafe charging as its older brother. That is, yes, the OLED screen is characterized by a slightly lower resolution than the standard iPhone 12 screen. And as we mentioned earlier, there aren't major design sacrifices compared to the larger versions.

On the other hand, you find many small Android phones are old, slower, or both, and this is clearly visible around you. And the Apple offer is one of the best options in a sea of ​​small smartphones that rarely fall into the demand that satisfies you.

Easier wireless charging

We know very well that Apple has been slow to adopt wireless charging, and only introduced it with the iPhone X and 8 of 2017. But this time Apple used the MagSafe feature, which uses magnets to align the iPhone for wireless charging, so why didn't anyone think about this earlier? Although the feature is similar to an old feature that Apple used to install the charger port on the Mac for nearly 15 years. The whole story is that you have to put the iPhone on the charging pad and do not worry about whether it is set with the charging ports or not, because it will set itself. Apple has also provided accessories that feature this technology, such as additional covers.

More camera features aimed at hobbyists and professionals

Android phones are often packed with camera features, but they tend to target regular users more. The Single Take feature in Samsung's Galaxy S20 family is handy in the event that you're not sure which shot you need, but it doesn't offer much help if you are a good photographer. The notable exceptions are the latest Sony phones like the Xperia 1 II, which are really special.

As for the iPhone 12, although the official camera application from Apple will not provide comprehensive control over the shots, all new competing phones cannot shoot Dolby Vision HDR videos, because the iPhone 12 is the first phone that can do that, while IPhone Pro and Pro Max offer support for RAW images through the new ProRAW format. Also shooting in night mode is now much better.

Yes, RAW photography has been present on Android since Lollipop, but it is available in a form that needs further improvement. The same applies to HDR video recording.

Apple is giving iPhone buyers a series of powerful camera features that are really aimed at amateurs and professionals, which could be the main goal of iPhone upgrade for some buyers.

Custom processing power

AnandTech pointed out that last year the iPhone 11 models were superior to the Snapdragon 865 phones that were released after several months, not to mention the iPhone 12 and the A14 processor. We know that Qualcomm is the main controller in the design and manufacture of processors for most smartphones, and we may notice a limited delay in the development of these industries.

Apple does not have this limitation. It designs the processors it uses in its machines on its own, aiming for improvements on specific phones rather than trying to design a one-size-fits-all. Whether or not Apple's claims of speeding up performance to 50% out of competitors are true, its expected lead is evidence of the importance of dedicated processing power.

Few Android phone creators appreciate that as well, as Samsung has (sometimes weak) Exynos chips, and Huawei had a cutting-edge Kirin chipset that was even banned in the US. The rest of the phones are mostly Snapdragon and Media Tech, and this lack of customization makes the iPhone 12 so special.

IPhone 12 has a shortage

This does not mean that the competition between iPhone 12 and Android is a one-sided battle. We know well that Apple lacks things, such as the lack of a 120 Hz screen, the inability to expand the capacity due to the lack of support for external microSD memory, the lack of a USB-C port, the lack of the camera on a high zoom, so you will not find a screen with a resolution of 1440p even on any IPhone Pro Max, while this has been around for some time on Android phones such as Motorola Z, Honor 8 Pro, Pixel XL, S7 edge and S6 edge, Nokia 9 and others.

We cannot overlook the software issue. As far as iOS 14 has made progress, the additions such as home screen widgets, changeable default apps, picture-in-pictures, all of these features depend on they have been present on Android for a long time.

Android owners can take an outline of new iPhones and work with them. This is what we will see already, as usual. What Apple offers will be taken into consideration and work on introducing “Android (Motiven)”.

Do you think Android owners should consider Apple's iPhone 12 policies? And attention to detail? Let us know in the comments.



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