Now, this article is not undermining the iPhone users but simply going to present all features an iPhone user may not be able to enjoy by using Android N. The following unique features of this OS make it highly competitive for iPhone in this “Smart” industry.
Flexibility in storage space:
Android N offers detachable external memory space feature that you can take out, exchange or permanently get rid of whenever you may please. Not just that, you can also alter the battery for a brand new one without changing the whole device itself if you think those batteries are slowly decimating.
iPhoners (short form of iPhone users) on the other hand, are stuck in a limited storage facility and a permanent battery life that you cannot alter even if you must.
Also, read the steps following which you will be able to save more space in your smartphone.
In Androids, you can easily find all your desired apps in the Google Play Store that you can download and install to use successfully. Installation may take only seconds in high-speed internet connection.
However, in the case of iPhone, it’s not that simple as you have to download and then synchronize using your iTunes for the app to function.
The similar concept is applied for storing new songs and other files since Android does not care about the source; whereas, your iPhone will require you to use iTunes for songs and iPhoto for storing images.
Highly connected Google Voice:
The user experience of Google voice is multiple times more engaging than that of the experience you are likely going to encounter while using the iPhone version.
Google voice connects with Android by default, and for every number you dial on your phone’s keypad, it will automatically pass through Google Voice and reducing the chances of wrong dials.
All these functionalities and features may not seem apparent, but these intricate differences are significant enough for Android N to survive sharing the same domain with Apple, the existing giant of innovations!
Universal power cable:
All iPhone users are required to use their own unique cable already included in its package which has already proven itself to be not very efficient as you may often forget to take your cable with you before heading out.
But in the case of Android phones, a universal charging cable has taken care of this troublesome issue since such mobile phone chargers are highly popular, and who knows maybe your best friend could also be carrying one in case if you have forgotten for the trip.
In all the latest Android phones, you can use multiple apps in separate windows, customize transparency and change the size of those windows based on your preference and view span.
Since the veracity of smartphone’s usage has been rising steadily over the years and we have been carrying out increasing number of tasks using our smartphones than our laptops or computers.
Since you can’t work on multiple applications in iPhones, multitasking may become highly complex and challenging in this device.
Gaining access into your iPhone may either require you to give your fingerprint or input a passcode.
However, Android N offers multiple features such as patterns or facial recognition that will grant you easier access of your Android N smartphone.
Remote controlled functionalities:
The latest Android phones that even include the HTC One, LG G3, and Samsung Galaxy S5 all have infrared transmitters embedded on top of the devices.
As a result, you can also use any of the above devices as remote controls; whereas, this feature is not available in iPhones.
Also, check out its emergency info screen feature.
With all the given information keeping in our minds, we must remember that Android N is still a code name of this latest project. The list of possibilities includes Android Nutella and Android Nougat which Google will announce in the upcoming weeks before bringing 2016 Nexus devices under the spotlight.
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