- 04-28-2012, 07:29 AM #26
ICS seems to run pretty good on 1 yr old stuff fairly well. I played with an older Asus transformer tablet running ICS and not rooted. I was surprised in a good way.
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- 04-29-2012, 09:37 AM #29
After having 2 BlackBerry devices for several years, I've since had 4 Android devices. They've all suffered from some sort of lag.
Some were worse than others. I currently have the Droid Razr Maxx. The battery life is awesome.
Eventhough it has a dual core processor, I experience some sort of lag on a daily basis.
Sometimes the lock screen would lag for a second or two as I swipe to open it. Doesn't happen all the time, but it does happen.
I also experience lag while deleting SMS threads or Emails sometimes. I would hit Delete, and it would just sit there for 2-3 seconds, then it would delete the SMS thread or Email. There are also times when I would press an app icon on the homescreen, and nothing happens. Pressing it a second time will usually open the app. Since the battery life has been so great on the Maxx, I try to overlook those issues.
Hopefully it will run smoother with the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich OS update.
I'll definitely be reading the forums when the new Samsung comes out to see if it suffers from any of those issues.
If not, I will be more inclined to check out the iPhone 5 or BB10 when they come out.
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Last edited by cdf3; 04-29-2012 at 09:40 AM.Curve 8330 > Bold 9650 - OS 6.0 > HTC Droid Incredible (Rooted) > HTC Thunderbolt (Rooted) > Motorola Droid Razr Maxx
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S3 will ship with Android 4.0.4, we'll see what bloatware the carriers put on it. I watched the preliminary review on AndroidCentral. Man that back cover is plasticy! Great to have removal battery and support for 64 GB microSD card though! Also I held HTC One X yesterday, also very plasticy but very light and thin. Rumour is S3 will not be quad-core due to LTE chip but will be dual-core like One X when it launches in N. America. Any thoughts about this news?
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