Samsung Galaxy Note II vs Apple iPhone 5 – IFA 2012Posted 10:38 am on Saturday, August 4th, 2012 by Steve Ahmad
Neck and neck in court litigations over patents worth billions and shoulder to shoulder in campaigns to win the hearts of the smartphone consumers, but at the end of the day and no matter what Samsung or Apple achieve, being number two is never good enough. Now Samsung has its crosshairs on the recent rumored announcement that Apple will be unveiling their iPhone 5 sometime in September. In a battle to reign king the South Korean company has announced that on August 29 they will unveil at Berlin’s IFA, a European consumer electronics show synonymous in comparison to the states Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, an anticipated update of the Galaxy Note.
Apple has its iPhone, every other company has a smartphone. The Galaxy Note sold 7 million units between an eight month span from October to May. Samsung also had its very popular Galaxy S not far behind.
It use to be that Apple had the phone of smartphones, an echoing of ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ “One phone to rule them all”. Nowadays companies are nearly all the same. If one application isn’t provided on one brand, expect to find it on another. Moore’s law was correct and the only thing in its way now is how good a piece of technology looks while holding it, in a pocket, on the dash of the car, at home on the desk, or anywhere conceivable. Personally I am tired of the Android and am going with the iPhone when it comes out for a change. Sorry Android.
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