iPhone vs Android iPhone vs Android Donald Bramer University of Maryland University College 1
iPhone vs Android It would almost seem abnormal for a person to not own a cell phone nowadays, but for some choosing which phone is right for them is rather difficult. With so many options to choose from, one may not know where to even begin in choosing a cell phone. Apple and Android are the two biggest companies currently on the market, with lots of different models. Apple’s iPhone 7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 are the most popular models out as of now. The three main factors that come into play when contemplating which phone to buy come down to cost, features, and hardware. Cost is one of the most looked at factors when it comes to any purchase. Both being rather expensive, it will come down to what the consumer can afford in this aspect. Apple’s iPhone 7 currently sells for $743, or $31 a month plus the cost of you plan you decide to purchase with it. The Samsung Galaxy S7 on the other hand currently sells for $705, or $29 a month plus the cost of your desired plan. Overall the prices are quite close, probably not too much off a difference to persuade the consumer’s choice. However to some, that extra $2 a month for the iPhone could be a game changer. Features, a cell phones strongest selling points. Some of the most looked at features for any cell phone are the camera, screen size and resolution, memory capacity, customization, and the available apps. The iPhone 7 comes with a 12 megapixel 28 millimeter rear facing camera. With the ability to shoot full high definition video in 2160
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