Agawi is a game and app streaming firm that has done this bench mark test to calculate iPhone 5 touchscreen response time. VBreports that "the results confirm what users believe about the devices, and they highlight a feature that is usually left out of technical comparisons."
Peter Relan, chairman of Agawi, said, “Apple trounced the competition. There is this whole other dimension of responsiveness that Agawi cares about.”
The average time calculated for iPhone 5 touchscreen response in first TouchMarks benchmark test is 55 milliseconds. Samsung Galaxy S4 is the nearest Android devicewith response time of 114 milliseconds. iPhone 4 touchscreen response time is 85 milliseconds. Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone response time is 117 milliseconds
Relan also said, "Even a two-year old iPhone 4 beat out the other Android devices. You expect this from Apple’s design team, while others may view their responsiveness as good enough. Now we know why the Android touch keyboard is not as snappy.”
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