You had to ask, huh?
On some level, it’s too crude a question to take very seriously. There are just too many ways to define “winning,” and neither platform leads in every area. But here’s the closest thing to an objective answer I can manage.
Market Share – Android
Tablets usage. Net profits. App Quality. Money from apps. Internet Usage. Enterprise acceptability. – iOS
Nobody makes a high-end Android phone with a 4.3-inch screen anymore. Notice I’m not talking about tiny-screen phones like the iPhone – I’m talking 4.3 inches, which was considered big a few years ago. It just isn’t a thing.
Exactly my thoughts.
P.S: I use a Galaxy Nexus.
Nice concept. There has been a increase in concepts coming of late indicating it’s time to move from the subtle iterations to adding more features and still keeping it user friendly.
HTC launched it’s (yet another) flagship device yesterday. As always another Android device that is way better than an iPhone in terms of hardware specs but when you zero down to software and other features it’s a different story altogether.
HTC and the likes have to up the mantle in terms of developing UI and Software, Google can give them a headstart, Jellybean 4.2 FYI is a great one, all they have to do is capitalize on that and not screw it up like Samsung did with it’s Touchwiz. I doubt despite the fact of Touch wiz being criticised up down left right Samsung will do away with it in the upcoming S4.
I’ll leave you with a quote from John Gruber of Daring Fireball about the innovative UI and features of HTC One –
Aluminium casing with antennas integrated in the exterior? Long press the home button to get a voice-driven interface, double-tap the home button to bring up the multitasking switcher? Can’t quite put my finger on where I’ve seen these things before.