Geeks at Techradar reckon that Samsung should be allowed to design the iPhone 5 so that it can pack the best features out there. This is in reaction to view that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is lacking in the looks department, while the iPhone hardware needs an upgrade. The iSung Galaxy 5 would have a larger clearer screen plus NFC and micro SD card slot. See short video if Samsung made iPhone 5.
With so many rumors of the iPhone 5 and with Samsung loosing their case against apple. The signs look good for the upcoming handsets which has also been romored to be released earlier this year followed by the iPad Mini a month later. The latest geek news also have the view that the situation creates a way in for Windows Mango and Nokia. Both companies were praised by apple for their unique approach to the hardware and the software they have in the Lumia Range of smartphones.
As usual, the internet is full of creative designs of the iPhone 5. We are all aware that Apple does not comment on any releases of its gadgets so no confirmation on any of the designs. Apple will have to massively step up the game to avoid what happened with the iPhone 4S which was launched and soon followed by many worthy Android Rivals.
Weeks after launch, an Android army of smartphones soon followed suite some with much much better hardware specs. The Samsung Galaxy S2 was already the most popular Droid.
Unfortunately the iPhone 4S could only just about match its hardware specifications. When handsets like the Droid Maxx, Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC One X were launched emulating the Samsung Galaxy’s unique Amoled Screen, there wasn’t much left for iPhone 4S.
As it stands Samsung have since launched the Galaxy Note into a market of its own and the award winning Galaxy SIII which also rivals the iPhones Siri voice assistant due the better hardware. The iPhone 4S does not sparkle or stand out compared to the usual attention Apple products are given.
With the patent wars going wrong for Samsung it would be very controversial if the two companies made a deal where. Samsung could licence some that features and even bring iTunes to Android Market in some bizarre way. If that say Apple agreed to have Samsung as a partner just like Microsoft and Nokia, Google and Motorola – Samsung on iOS.
Q – Would Samsung really need Windows or Android?