You don’t need to have a brain like Einstein’s to figure out that iPhone has achieved a legendary status. It’s not an exaggeration to say that almost all cell phones today are patterned after this amazing device. Samsung, for instance, came out with Galaxy S2, a cell phone that boasts 4.3 inch touchscreen.
Obviously, that is an attempt to rival iPhone’s bigger computer display. But Samsung is not the only one copying designs. HTC Sensation has also done its fair share of “misdeed,” by making more user-friendly cell phone displays available to the public. iPhone competitors think that they will succeed where iPhone fails.
But it doesn’t seem that way especially when it comes to 3D screen. When the creators of LG Optimus and HTC EVO 3D offered a three-dimensional display they thought that they had taken a step ahead of iPhone. Later on however they realized that there’s not enough content in three-dimensional form to fill their devices. In addition to that 3D screen users complain about the feeling of vertigo after using their cell phones for about half an hour.
If there’s anything iPhone should improve it should be the camera. While many users are still fascinated about its five megapixel camera, it remains inferior to its rivals. Other smartphones take pride in eight-megapixel camera. Everyone should understand that eight-megapixel camera can do far better than five-megapixel camera. The images are clearer and sharper. But this is not a reason for iPhone fans to be upset. Rumor has it that iPhone5 will be using Sony’s 8.1 megapixel Exmor R sensor.
Everyone in the industry is looking for fast dual-core processors. But Apple made it already for you. In fact, fans of iPhone2 – the first device upon which the speedy processor A5 chipset was used – could testify to its incredible performance. Imagine how much better it would be when the next generation of iPhone comes out. Connoisseurs of this brand say that people should get excited about gaming and video streaming, because aside from the amazing chipset onboard it will also have HDTV high definition video modes.
When it comes to memory, however, iPhone5 is not ready for micro SD support, meaning there will be no flash card upon which you can store data. But Apple feels there is a need for data storage, so they built the next iPhone with the capacity to save data up to 64GB.
If you think about it, you will see that that’s a lot of data, considering the amount of weight that would be removed. Yes, iPhone5 will be thinner than any of its previous versions. Some experts say that the reason behind it is to make Samsung’s assertion over Galaxy S2 as the world’s thinnest mobile phone wrong. Whatever the reason is iPhone5 holds promise of being incredibly slick, perhaps to suit the most demanding taste of cell phone buyers.
It’s September already and iPhone5 may come at any time now. Surely, it will not have everything that we need and everything that we want on a smart phone but it will definitely have the features that will make us happy.