Apple iPhone 4S

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Reviewed by sonelone (Currently owns)

Where to start...

First of all, this phone still looks very nice, just like the iPhone 4. However, that is also a con because the design is starting to look very old. Also, a cover is basically required because the glass build along with the weight makes for a fragile device, even though it may feel durable. The display is also still very nice, although I would have preferred a larger screen(between 4 and 4.3 inches). The camera is very nice, with a fast shutter speed and great image quality, although some pictures look a bit saturated. It competes with the likes of the N8, Amaze 4G, Galaxy SII, and whatever other really good camera phones. The performance is still excellent and very fluid, as with the iPhone 4, but the software still seems lacking compared to ICS and WP7.5. However, the app selection is still unrivaled and is definitely still the best. Call quality is good, but not as good as the DX2 and Galaxy Nexus and the speakers on the phone still seem very low quality(carries over from iPhone 4). Overall, this phone is great and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a device that is simple to use. For those that want more control and options, go with the Galaxy Nexus.

P.S. Siri really isn't that great. She is very buggy and gets old very quickly.

The Breakdown

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  • Design 8
  • Display 9
  • Camera(s) 9
  • Reception / call quality 8
  • Performance 10
  • Software 6
  • Battery life 8
  • Ecosystem 10
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