IPhone 5S Declared As The New Fastest Phone

Posted: Oct 20 2013, 12:05pm CDT | by , in Apple


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iPhone 5S Declared as the New Fastest Phone
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iPhone 5S has become the new “fastest phone ever tested”, bumping Samsung’s Galaxy S4 out of the top spot

Apple Balla reports that a London based magazine, called “Which?”, has announced that iPhone 5S has become “the fastest phone ever tested”.

The “Which” comes in the conclusion by examining the speeds of the latest models of other reputed manufacturers, including Apple, Samsung, LG and HTC.

The iPhone’s other fierce competitors, LG’s G2 and Samsung’s Galaxy S4 handsets, find themselves in the second and third position accordingly.

The fourth position was taken by one of the HTC handsets, and the fifth position was achieved by Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Mini.

In the latest investigation, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 got itself knocked out of the top spot and moved down to two spots-the third position.

The most significant fact of the ranking lies in the point that thought Apple’s prime competitors build their handsets with quad core processors, they have not been able to top the outstanding pace of the dual core processor of iPhone 5S. It has revealed a very important point, that is: increasing the number of cores doesn’t make any device to perform faster, but it does increase the capability of performing multiple activities at a time.

With the possibility of releasing upcoming products with superb speed, Apple is expected to stay in the top position for a longer period of time.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/25" rel="author">Ehsanul Haque Kanan</a>
Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.




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