Apple’s iPhone 5 Touchscreen Is 2.5 Times Faster Than Android Devices

Dean Takahashi, Venturebeat:

The results confirm what users believe about the devices, and they highlight a feature that is usually left out of technical comparisons.

In its first TouchMarks benchmark test, the iPhone 5 responded to touches at an average time of 55 milliseconds, compared to 85 milliseconds for the iPhone 4. The closest Android device was the Samsung Galaxy S4 at 114 milliseconds.

“Apple trounced the competition,” said Peter Relan, chairman of Agawi. “There is this whole other dimension of responsiveness that Agawi cares about.”

Interesting to see it measured, but this is something we’ve all known all along.

Sunday, 22 September 2013

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