Star Traders RPG v6.1.35 Update Released Sept 9, 2017 10:00:51 GMT -5 via mobile
Post by stratego on Sept 9, 2017 10:00:51 GMT -5
Android: Often better multithreaded due to more simpler cores, graphics vary widely between products.
Apple: Usually faster storage, often higher native capacity available.
Android: Usually cheaper storage per gigabyte, sometimes expandable with sd cards.
Apple: No really inexpensive options
Android: Probably more options than healthy for the market ... some are actually decent though.
Apple : Good mid (phones) -hi (tablets) res screens
Android: Screens vary alot, some are much better, at least in the phone space, particularly for niches like VR...
Apple goes cheap on available ram, taking advantage of aggressive software and fast storage, speeds are good though. I strongly disagree with Apple's position on adding adequate RAM, arg!
Android's premium phones extra ram is still often a substantial advantage
Apple: Cameras are good, but not always best, especially recently.
Android: Camera quality varies alot.
As far as Macs go... I've known people that buy macbooks just for the touchpads...
Screens, keyboards, mice these are important hardware too.
Umm kirin 970 the fastest mobile SoC, CPU is a lot faster, it has the best mobile GPU and it has NPU which boosts performance on both CPU and GPU processes when it doesn't work with AI.
Storage speeds in the price range that apple uses are better for android phones from popular companies, like Samsung and Huawei...
Apple uses Samsung screens now and those are more common on android devices...
RAM is definitely better on Android phones and if you have midrange phone from Huawei or Samsung(and few other companies) you can play every game on max settings and use heavy loaded applications with max performance, while Apple's S models are slightly weaker at this because of ram speeds.
I am not going in hardware details of Mac's as everything there is discutable, but in means of software it is getting proportionally more malware than any other ecosystem and Apple has done a lot so you wouldn't be able to fix them in 3rd party services with 3rd party details(same goes for iPhone)...