Samsung Galaxy SII vs Apple Iphone 4s vs Motorola Droid Bionic which is BEST...
This Summer it has been tremendous pressure for the Phone companies as some of the spectacular smartphones been released this summer.It was a mere surprise to see that one motivated another and same way dethroned each other in supremacy to be on top, the Motorola DROID BIONIC, Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, and Apple iPhone 4S all sailing the same boat yet competing for best of the best.Everyone waited this summer to see the outstanding quality phone but yet to make decision on what to choose.
Starting from iphone4s the sporty and classy design make you feel royal with its glassy surface and smooth finish by its stainless steel brushed band which catch your eye at first site,Comparing Motorola DROID BIONIC and Samsung Galaxy S II with it they are decent in their own way for professionals and office guys because of the plastic construction but still as compare to iphone4s somewhat down,But when it comes to the Drop down Test as of earlier posted this two Smart Phones are way ahead and fare better than the iPhone 4S
When this smartphones kept next to one another in the dark, no doubt the first to catch your glance is 4.52” WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display of the Samsung Galaxy S II .Eventhough its resolution is the lowest out of the bunch, we’re able to overlook it due to the fact that it produces the most vibrant and distinctive colors. And no doubt it shines brightly in the dark, but in reality, the Retina Display of the iPhone 4S produces the most accurate looking colors because of it highest resolution as well. Lastly, the 4.3” qHD display of the Motorola DROID BIONIC is nice, but it’s not as sharp looking.
Interface and Functionality
When it comes to use of this phones,all three smartphones are cutting edge of technology because of the faster dual-core processors running inside also amongst them iphone4s is most responsive yet not tested on android the other two are undoubtedly fast with their executions too, especially when some of the more graphically intensive live wallpapers out there test them.
Also no doubt the user experience comes the first and since all of them are unique with their own characteristic it becomes for you to select what you want,the beauty about the iOS 5 experience found on the iPhone 4S is the fact that it’s simplistic, uncomplicated, and absolutely responsive yet their's no running away from its extremely limited personalization
Talking in terms of commumnication via messages, all three smartphones offer a wonderful and hassle-free experience with their wickedly responsive keyboards. However, considering that Samsung Galaxy S II has the largest display, its on-screen keyboard is more spacious with its layout – thus, reducing any mistakes as we type. Nevertheless, they’re all more than usable in typing up long passages of text.
Internet and Connectivity
Internet Browsing has become common and must to see the quality pages and work in phone browsing environment making it very difficult to differentiate the good from the great. Even though the iPhone 4S continues to excel in offering us a sensual web browsing experience, which has been a staple since the first iPhone, both the Samsung Galaxy S II and Motorola DROID BIONIC are able to exhibit a similar joyful experience. Adding to their prowess, both Android smartphones offer Adobe Flash support – enabling us to get that desktop-like experience in the palm of our hands.
The Motorola DROID BIONIC is only limited to domestic usage. However, what separates it apart from the rest is that it’s equipped with 4G LTE connectivity to literally knock the socks off its competitors in the data speed department. If web browsing and data speeds are most important on your list, you won’t be disappointed by the lightning fast speeds being pumped out by the DROID BIONIC – it’s significantly faster in every way.
Camera and Video
To be Honest it’s remarkably difficult to proclaim a clean-cut winner between the three devices, simply because they all take some fantastic looking pictures. Ultimately, we have to give the slight edge to the iPhone 4S with its f2.4 lens, which allows it to excel in low lighting situations. Also need to give few Browny points to iPhone 4S as it captures the fine details which is further complemented by its realistic and spot-on color production.
Actually, the Samsung Galaxy S II comes very close in producing the same visuals, but doesn’t quite pack the same sharp visuals in low lighting and even though it’s more than agreeable with our tastes, the Motorola DROID BIONIC doesn’t deliver the same high-level visuals as its rivals.
Still not ready to take decision,as both the iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II are toe-to-toe in capturing the best-looking 1080p high definition videos.However the 2 phones give video at the smooth rate of 29 frames per second, but with the DROID BIONIC, details are rather dull and muddy looking.
In contrast, the iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II produce videos that are filled to the brim with plenty of details – while maintaining gradual exposures that adapt to the shooting conditions. However, we still have to hand it to the iPhone 4S in the end with its sparkling high quality and crystal-clear audio recording.
When comparing the iPhone 4S and DROID BIONIC they presented with a 3D-like carousel for browsing through content. Between the two though, we still prefer the iPhone’s coverflow mode as it’s better able to capture our attention. No doubt apple are good at sound quality management hence the quality is maintained ,No doubt the speakers are very commanding with their output when they’re set to the loudest setting. However, the Motorola DROID BIOINIC appears to be the most well rounded as it’s able to produce the most robust tones without sounding distorted.
Also the large Super AMOLED Plus display, we find the Samsung Galaxy S II to be the ideal device for watching high-definition videos. It’s not to say that the iPhone 4S and Motorola DROID BIONIC can’t provide a smooth experience, but when you’re packing a sizable display that’s radiating iridescent colors all around, it’s very hard for our eyes to not take notice of it.
Variety is obviously a great thing to have, and it’s especially nice to find the iPhone 4S available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities. However, both the Motorola DROID BIONIC and Samsung Galaxy S II offer removable storage via microSD cards to easily transfer data from them to a computer.
Not a single doubt but many of it as the Motorola DROID BIONIC is the clear-cut winner in the calling quality department as it’s able to provide us with an experience that’s free of any background noise or static – while producing audible voices on both ends of the line that are clear in tone. Furthermore, its speakerphone is abundantly superior with its strong output versus the competition.
The 4G LTE connectivity has its drawbacks but still the poor battery life we’re able to get out of a single charge on the Motorola DROID BIONIC eventhough greeted with 10 hours of normal usage. Samsung Galaxy S II is also rather ok with its battery life as well seeing we’re only getting 11 hours normal usage. MOving to iPhone 4S is indeed the more forgiving handset in terms of battery life. Specifically, we’re getting at least a solid one day of normal usage.
If Money is not your concern then definately check out the Motorola DROID BIONIC because it’s seriously the most future-proof device out of the three. Yes, it’s priced significantly higher, but you’re going to be presented with a device that’s packing lightning fast 4G LTE speeds and the additional functionality of Motorola’s Webtop experience while offering all of the lovable aspects of Android in general.
But dont be in wrong impression that other two phone's aren't great but rather, they’re reasonably priced high-end smartphones that will appease people with their performance. With the iPhone 4S, it isn’t necessarily classified as a next-generation iPhone, since it’s nothing more than an incremental upgrade. And with the Samsung Galaxy S II, it doesn’t quite behold the same blinding aura as it did when it first launched overseas back in the spring.
via [ phonearena.com ]