The expectations were high but the show was rather uninteresting iPhone 4s is launched much to the disappointment of a few Apple fans this wasn’t the way Apple used to launch products (sadly no WOW factor this time ) and the atleast in the name “iPhone 5” would have made Apple fans much happier. 8 mega pixel camera a dual core processor A5 and no change in the looks .Apple may have given Android phones a slight edge for two reasons

1) Samsung Galaxy S2 looks more impressive in looks and specs compared to iPhone 4s and Apple seems to be playing the catching up game which is unusual  to the company Apple which usually sets the trends for others to follow.

2)Apple’s  iPhone 4 s launch will quickly be eclipsed by the fabled Nexus prime (yet another Google’s attempt at Nexus series but this time with a reliable partner Samsung as the hardware vendor) which might be  technical advanced specs compared to Galaxy S2 or iPhone 4s.

Here’s the comparison drawn so far between the two smart phones.

Apple iPhone 4S vs. Samsung Galaxy S II .: Specifications

Feature

 iPhone 4s vs Galaxy S2 Do we have a winner yet ?  iPhone 4s vs Galaxy S2 Do we have a winner yet ?

Operating system

Apple iOS 5 Google Android “Gingerbread”

Display size

3.5in 4.3in

Display technology

Capacitive LED-backlit IPS Capacitive Super AMOLED Plus

Display resolution

640×960 480×800

Pixel density

330 ppi 217 ppi

Multitouch

Yes Yes

Front camera

VGA 2 megapixels

Rear camera

8 meapixels w/single-LED flash 8 megapixels w/single-LED flash

Camera features

Autofocus, touch focus, geotagging, face detection, video stabilisation Autofocus, touch focus, geotagging, face detection, smile detection, image stabilisation

Video recording

1080p HD @ 30fps 1080p HD @ 30fps

FM radio

No Yes

GPS

Yes Yes

Internal memory

16GB, 32GB or 64GB 16GB

Expandable memory

None microSD

Dimensions

115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3 mm 125.3 x 66.1 x 8.5 mm

Weight

140g 116g

Application Store

Apple App Store Google Android Market

Processor

Apple A5 dual-core (1GHz) ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core (1.2GHz)

RAM

1GB 1GB

Australian 3G networks

HSDPA 850/900/2100 HSDPA 850/900/2100

Wi-Fi

802.11b/g/n 802.11a/b/g/n

Bluetooth

4.0 with A2DP 3.0 with A2DP

NFC (Near Field Communication)

No No

HDMI-out

No (Yes with Apple Digital AV adapter) No (Yes with MHL adapter)

Quoted battery life

Up to 8 hrs Up to 8 hrs 40 min

Battery capacity

1420 mAh 1650 mAh

Adobe Flash support

No Yes

Dont miss the  windows-8-giveaway-.What do you think? Has Apple done enough with the iPhone 4S to counter the Android threat? Pound for pound who will come out on top? I think you may already know the answer.