Apple vs Samsung - Comparative Essay

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Apple IPhone S or Samsung Galaxy S II
Raychelle Hatchett
ENG 121
Marine Nollette
May 21, 2012

The IPhone S or Samsung Galaxy S II

Everyone has to communicate with one another; it can be family, friends, or business partners. At some point in time communicating seemed to be as easy as tying your shoe laces. I say this because, we had one to two choices in sending messages or speaking to the other party, either by mail or by a landline phone. I never knew in my days of living, it would become so difficult, to choose what type of phone to have just to speak, or get a message to one another. In contrary, to that we now have a way to send pictures and texts to others just by using the device of a telephone, in which is now called a “Smartphone”. These past few days had me in a disturbed moment, especially when it came to my options of getting a Smartphone, because there are so many to choose from. The two most sophisticated and popular devices on the market are the Apple IPhone S and Samsung Galaxy S II. These two devices are very hard to choice from, because the both have my attention, but the three functions that I look for when making my decision, will be who has the more reliable carrier, the best specification, and the length of battery life. Here we will distinguish who has the better ratings out of both. The IPhone S is on many network carriers which include Sprint, AT&T, as well as Verizon. All Three of the carriers named, are powerful networks to keep you from drop calls that most people hate these days. There’s nothing like being on an important call, and right before you get your important information the call hangs up. That is the worst feeling to experience, when you are in the middle of a conversation. Another feature is the specification the IPhone S display/screen is 3.5 inches in size with a liquid crystal display (LCD). LCD technology uses two major components to display, namely; Cold Cathode Florescent Lamps are used to...
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