Android vs. iOS: Which smartphone is the best

Android vs. iOS: Which smartphone is the best

 chances are very good that it will run one of two operating systems: Google’s Android or Apple’s iOS. These two platforms accounted for virtually all new smartphones shipped in the last couple of years, according to idc
The good news is that both smartphone operating systems are excellent. They have quite a bit in common with each other, but there are some important differences that you’ll want to consider. We’re going to pit Android against iOS in several categories here and pick a winner for each one. Ultimately, the best platform for you depends on, well, you. Pick the things that matter most to you, count the wins in those categories, and you have a personalized recommendation.


Apple has always been at the high end of the market in terms of pricing, but the I PHONE X took things to a whole new level with a starting price of $1,000 and the I PHONE X 11 PRO starts at $1,100. If you need something more affordable, the I PHONE starts from $700 and the older I PHONE 8 from $450. That’s as cheap as it gets unless you delve into the secondhand market.
For sheer scale and variety, nothing competes with Android. You can spend a lot if you want to, — for example, Google’s  and Samsung’s line almost match Apple’s iPhone pricing, but there’s also a huge selection of from a wide variety of different manufacturers, and the platform has been deliberately optimized to run on low-end hardware. The fact that Android also leads the field in free apps makes it the natural choice for the budget-conscious.
Winner: Android

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