1. mellimel2212's Avatar
    No. Just no. The CPU in the iPhone 5 clobbers the exynos in the S2 (assuming you have that and not the gimped snapdragon S3 version), and both have the same amount of ram.
    My CPU is over clocked and undervolted for good battery life I guarantee the iPhone can't run as many apps at once at the same time without crashing or lagging. I've tried well my bro did on his ip5 black. I'm not knocking the ip5 cause its a raw phone and would smoke my CPU stock but mine isn't and plus I have more screen real estate to work and play with and plus other android defaults

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    11-08-2012 04:08 PM
  2. sting7k's Avatar
    My CPU is over clocked and undervolted for good battery life I guarantee the iPhone can't run as many apps at once at the same time without crashing or lagging. I've tried well my bro did on his ip5 black. I'm not knocking the ip5 cause its a raw phone and would smoke my CPU stock but mine isn't and plus I have more screen real estate to work and play with and plus other android defaults

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    What good is having 3 dozen apps all running at the same time on a 4-5" screen? You can only use one at a time. All you are doing is wasting system resources and battery. The extra screen also is moot mostly. As most cross platform apps simply scale up and don't actually use the extra pixels to display more information. The only apps that do are Google's own apps, sometimes.
    BLiNK and MrszBerry like this.
    11-08-2012 04:20 PM
  3. Jeremy's Avatar
    This thread has overstayed it's welcome. Closed.
    11-08-2012 04:38 PM
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