Android versus Apple

The two main phone brands are Samsung and Apple. Samsung is Android and Apple has IOS.  


iPhone 11 Pro Max

The phone comes in 4 different colors, it is midnight green, space grey, silver, and gold with a 6.5 super retina XDR OLED display. For gamers, who want a lot of storage and a good processor, the phone has an Apple A13 Bionic chip which gives the phone extra battery life and the phone has storage options of 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The ram for the phone is 4GB. Even though the iPhone has a good processor, the Samsung Galaxy note 10+ has a bigger and better screen.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 

This phone comes in 4 different colors Aura Glow, Aura White, Aura Black, and Aura Blue with a 6.8in AMOLED display. For those gamers looking for storage and processor, the Note comes with 256GB and 512GB with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor that is capable of running many applications. However, even though the phone runs Android 9.0 Pie with Google apps and is more Linux based, it is not as great as the iPhone’s IOS 13 which as many people say, has ease of use. 


For more information on these phones go to DigitalTrends

These are the brand new phones from android and IOS. the android has many types of brands like Samsung, Google, Motorola, LG and etc. the IOS has only one type of brand and it is signed by Apple and owned by them.

Students at Green Level use many different types of phones like Apple, Samsung, Motorola, and more. But to see what they really use and think about it we interviewed Harvey Wilkinson (iPhone 8), Srithan Surapaneni (iPhone 6S), Pranav Rajagopal (Google Pixel 4), and Kaustub Maruvada (Samsung S10). Wilkinson said, “I really like the phone, but I don’t know which is better and which is worse.” Surapaneni said that he likes the iPhone, but he really likes Samsung because in his opinion it was really good. Rajagopal said, “I once had an iPhone but I bought the google pixel for a change and currently I will not go back.” Maruvada says that he loves his S10 but he wants the Nokia because all you can do is call and text which is all that is needed for a phone and he thought Nokia would keep him on task. 

Our school is really diverse, not just in culture, also in phones. Everyone has their own opinions on phones and likes what they have.