Time of the week again when we turn to you users and consumers about what matters to you most in a smartphone. This time the question was ‘What is more important in a smartphone between Processor and OS’ asked on Facebook yesterday. We believe, it’s an ever-green question and plays very crucial role in tilting anyone’s decision if they are spoilt for choices between two or more smartphones. Moreover, technology is moving at such a fast pace that modern day smartphones can easily give a tough competition to computers when it comes to hardware configuration.
But, the question is more important because both processor and OS works hand-in-hand to give fast and smooth experience to users. To give you an example- consider Blackberry, iOS and Windows Phone offering smartphones with dual-core processors, whilst Android smartphones are loaded with quad-core and even octa-core processors. If we don’t compare the Operating Systems by the apps availability and their count, then all of them strive to provide smooth performance with almost zero lag. Without delving in to our thoughts about this question, let’s check what your responses were to the question-
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