07, February, 2022
By: Carl Iyke

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The battle for supremacy between Samsung galaxy phones and Apple iPhone has been raging on for years with no end in sight. Proponents on both sides of the divide believe that their favorite brand is better than the other. As a result, you hear comments like: "Apple doesn't sell phones, they sell a lifestyle," "While iPhones give you class, Samsung enjoys a wider market share," and a host of others from iPhone users. These comments might have you wondering what brand makes the best phones, Apple or Samsung. Are you a camera freak? Or a Geek on the lookout for the optimal machine with the best processing prowess? The above question solely depends on what you want in a smartphone. 

"Better" is a relative concept; what is better for me will almost certainly not be better for you; yet, we may determine which phone is better by examining the factors listed below:

1: User Experience 

The primary goal of any product is to sell; no corporation creates an effect because they like creating it; instead, they make things to meet the needs of people. No firm can thrive without people; thus, the user experience is crucial in deciding how good a product is.

When we compare the operating systems of Samsung Galaxy devices to those of Apple iPhone in this category, we find that, from the customers' standpoint, Samsung and Apple have become increasingly similar over time. However, even though these two businesses offer excellent items, there is always space for improvement.

Apple's user experience is unquestionably fantastic, yet many aspects of the iPhone should be revamped and streamlined. Unfortunately, this discrepancy introduces a tie between the two tech behemoths in the user experience category.

2: Durability of Product and Industrial design.

Because we are visual beings and aesthetics matter to us, when firms build a product, they focus some of their efforts on making it beautiful. Any company that ignores the design aspect of their product risks low returns and customer unhappiness.

While the user's perception of design is subjective, Samsung and iPhone have established themselves as giants in the technology business. However, after comparing several Samsung Galaxy devices to Apple iPhone items in this design category, the two firms are tied again.

A phone's CPU is essential and the core part of a smartphone; this is one of the vital areas phone manufacturers reveal their innovation and challenges their competitors. As usual, Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy smartphones are in this challenge. Apple uses a bionic a14, while Samsung uses a snapdragon 888.

Apple bionic has six cores processor while the Samsung snapdragon processor has eight cores. While core numbers are different, they run at the same speed and have a top speed of 3GHz. It is no news that Apple iPhone owns and controls their operating system; this gives them a specific CPU advantage because their products are built to suit their operating system. Samsung relies on outside manufacturers for its semiconductor design. Because Apple iPhone doesn't rely on open market semiconductor manufacturers like Samsung for designs, their chip optimization is exceptional. The winner of this category is Apple iPhone because of the real-world performance of their phones.

3: chain of supply integration

Even though Apple designs and manufactures its semiconductors, it is no match for Samsung in this category because Apple relies on Samsung to manufacture some of its products. Flash memory, dynamic random access memory, and organic light-emitting diode displays are such components. Although we cannot overlook Apple's expertise in this area, Samsung wins.

4: Applications

Apple's performance in terms of services and applications is unsurpassed. Samsung relies on Google for almost everything in terms of apps and services, whereas Apple has its ecosystem and environment. Samsung is a loser in this category because of its excessive reliance on Google.