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4. Re: Morning Mobilization Sep 20, 2012, 16:16 SectorEffector
best there is, is impossible in the market of smart phones anymore when screen size comes into play.

So many people love either way, and I always have found my Android devices to be wonderful, the iOS devices always felt way more solid when it came to visual response and FPS. Even my Nexus with Tegra 3 has FPS caps all over, and the menu is really sluggish when the card inside has no problem rendering Unreal Mobile Engine but a menu of icons with text and widgets has sluggish below 24 fps response.

I love both but its really like comparing 60 hz and 120 hz monitors.

Playing a game at 2560x1440 at 120 is night and day.

While the Apple is probably at 60fps, ( my iphone 4 and 4s New Ipad)

my Android ( droid Razr, Nexus7, Transformer ) feels like it's smooth sometimes but then often it just gets sluggish and feels unresponsive, not to say it freezes ( all phones do ) but it just has sluggish performance rendering a set of icons for apps.

Moreso a programming issue I'm sure, but side by side each iOS UI wise is much smoother imo, in terms of FPS. While I feel my Android devices have greater functionality, I'm part of the hobbyist group that demands full fps, without frame limits etc.

Love both, but I think Apples got the right idea with pretty, and smooth. They need bigger screens. Still wish the nexus had a home button , I find it get's really 2nd nature when you're used to the iOS having some semblance of a mechanical button to hold on to hope to a physical connection to the mobo that's mechanical.
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