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Top 5 Google Nexus 5 Features That Can Beat iPhone 5S

Top 5 Google Nexus 5 Features That Can Beat iPhone 5S

giant by releasing smartphones with high end specs (SPECificationS) The details of the components built into a device. See specification. and features and are

sold cheaper than Apple’s flagship phone.

Google Nexus 5, on the other hand, is one of the highly anticipated

smartphones in the market. It is speculated that the handset will have

an October release date.

Early this month, Google slashed $100 off the LG Nexus 4 in the

Google Play Store. This caused the device to run out of stock in less

than a week. To affect with great wonder; astonish. See Synonyms at surprise.

2. Obsolete To bewilder; perplex. and high end specsBelow are the top five rumoured Google Nexus 5 features that will

surely beat the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.

Quad Core A single chip with four distinct processors that work simultaneously. Intel introduced its first x86 based quad core CPUs in late 2006 (see Core 2), and AMD introduced its first x86 quad core chips in 2007 (see Opteron). See dual core.

Android An open platform for cellphones from the Open Handset Alliance (OHA). Based on Linux, Android includes a library of Java classes for building mobile applications.

iPhone 5 tops Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as best gaming device

iPhone 5 tops Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as best gaming device

The Apple iPhone 5, in spite of its smaller display, offers a more enjoyable gaming experience than that on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, users claimed Wednesday, Dec. 26.

In an earlier report, gamers championed the Note 2’s 5.5 inch display, noting that it boasts sharper colors and superior brightness, as well as more gaming real estate.

“The Note 2 is bigger, and just as fast as the iPhone,” an Indiana gamer said. “But, look at it this way: the Retina display has yet to be reckoned with.”

Users are also countering a claim that the iOS App Store will soon be engulfed by the Google Play Store, which already offers more games.

In testing the validity of that claim, gamers found that the Note 2 may be just another Android device swimming in a sea of under developed, untested and unreliable applications that comprise the Play Store. For iPhone 5 users, there’s no reason to tinker with unfinished or unpolished apps.

Apple continues to be extremely careful about which apps and games it allows in the App Store. Google remains a bit lax, allowing a range of games some still in testing stages in the Play Store, making the ecosystem a bit more attractive for developers.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 5’s 4 inch display, Apple’s largest yet, packs 1136 x 640 pixel resolution, which translates into 326 pixels per inch (ppi). Its multi touch function is almost flawless, while the brightness and contrast are nothing short of stellar.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s 720 p Super AMOLED screen is brilliant, sharp and bigger. In certain applications, it appears slightly grainy and dull. But, that hasn’t stopped some industry experts from ranking the Note 2 the No. 1 smartphone on the market, with the iPhone 5 holding the No. 2 spot.

These rankings may be a bit skewed, however.

In comparing the handsets, the Note 2 is packed with all the Samsung and Android bells and whistles: Jelly Bean, widgets, S Pen, TouchWiz Premium Suite and S Beam, to name a few. The iPhone 5 basks in iOS simplicity.

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