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Study: Android Users Are Better Partners in Relationships Than iPhone Users

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Study Android Users Are Better Partners in Relationships Than iPhone Users

Smartphones are so ubiquitous nowadays that sometimes even when you are dating your dear ones, it seems that we are more focused on the cell phone than on the person who is actually in front of us.

Well, part of being in a relationship is accepting our partner’s flaws and bad habits. However, have you ever wondered if certain bad habits are related to the type of cell phone used?

Yes, the folks at Compare My Mobile definitely did and with Valentine’s Day coming up soon, they conducted a survey of over 2,000 people asking about annoying phone habits that can irritate a partner.

Study Android Users Are Better Partners in Relationships Than iPhone Users

According to the study, it was found that Android users were less prone to annoying habits than their iOS and iPhone counterparts.

As you can see, the chart details the types of bad smartphone habits and the percentage of how likely they are to look good on iPhone or Android users. The lower the percentage, the better for this type of smartphone user to become a romantic partner.

Reporting from the World of Buzz, Saturday (13/2/2021), the last column displays the percentage difference between the two types of smartphone users for these bad habits.

Based on the survey, it seems that the bad habit that annoys people the most is using a cell phone while watching TV shows or movies. Apart from that, iPhone users are the worst at this with 75% errors doing it.

To further contextualize the findings, here’s another relationship study chart by Compare My Mobile that details the percentage of people who view the bad habit as deal breakers in a relationship as well as the sexes most likely to commit the offense. .

Based on all the surveys, it’s quite interesting to see that Android users are much better than iPhone users at avoiding this bad ‘deal breaker’ habit when they are with their loved ones.

However, if you’re an iPhone user, don’t be too sad about this study because even though you’re statistically worse off at being the perfect romantic partner, another study done by Compare My Mobile last year showed that you’re more likely to get dates from Android users.

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Xiaomi 13 design leaks, how does it look like the iPhone 14 Pro?

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Xiaomi 13 design leaks

Xiaomi 13 is expected to be launched sometime this month. The Chinese company has not officially announced the launch date of the new device.

However, before the launch, leaked images on social media showing the design of the Xiaomi 13, one of which was uploaded to the Twitter account @OnLeaks. After looking around, how come the shape is very similar to the iPhone 14?

The leak shows the Xiaomi 13 has a box-shaped design with flat sides and a screen. The design is different when compared to the Xiaomi 12 which has sharp and curved edges.

The Xiaomi 13 also has minimal bezels and the punch-hole camera is placed at the top center. The design of the rear camera setup also resembles that of the high-end iPhone Pro models.

The smartphone also does not have a headphone jack.

Is there a Dynamic Island too?

Will Xiaomi also offer the Dynamic Island feature seen on the iPhone 14 Pro model? The company claims that they are working on a similar feature, but it is not clear whether the feature will be embedded in the Xiaomi 13.

Overall, the design of the Xiaomi 13 is very similar to the iPhone 14 Pro. Though, the renders show that the Xiaomi 13 has a slight curvature at the edges, which is not the case with the iPhone. The company may have done this to offer a better grip for holding the device.

The leak also suggests that the Xiaomi 13 will pack a triple rear camera setup. The location is also similar to the iPhone 14, with a square-shaped camera frame, and stored three cameras and an LED flash in the lower right corner.

Reports say the dual-camera models of the Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro will sport 50MP and 50MP sensors. While others use 50MP, 50MP, and 50MP sensors.

Other rumors say that the Xiaomi 13 will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, and already runs on the MIUI 14 operating system based on Android 13.

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A Chinese YouTuber Modifies iPhone into a Folding Screen Phone

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Chinese YouTuber Modifies iPhone into a Folding Screen Phone

Currently, folding phones are becoming a trend that is being loved by a number of smartphone manufacturers in the world. Several smartphone manufacturers that have released folding phones are Samsung, Oppo, Xiaomi, Huawei, and many others.

Unfortunately, until now Apple has not provided certainty whether it will release a folding phone as well or not. Because of this uncertainty, there is a YouTuber from China who is willing to modify his iPhone into a foldable phone.

Through his YouTube channel, he shows how the process of making this folding phone and also how it works after it is assembled in such a way. This folding iPhone he made was named ‘iPhone V’.

A Chinese YouTuber Modifies iPhone into a Folding Screen Phone
iPhone modified into a folding screen phone. (YouTube/Technological Aesthetics)

In making a folding iPhone, the YouTuber used a Motorola Razr chassis so that the phone could be folded into two parts.

Then, he also relied on components derived from the iPhone X, to smooth out his plans to make the world’s first foldable iPhone.

On the hinge, it says iPhone, and the Apple symbol is at the bottom of the camera. As a result, the assembled cellphone is increasingly similar to a folding iPhone which until now has not been made by Apple.

After everything was finished, he tried to operate his folding iPhone and it turned out that the cellphone could operate normally. In fact, the iPhone can charge well and can open social media.

It’s not enough to stop there, the camera features can also function well. He is also able to watch videos from YouTube without having to worry about experiencing lagging.

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Congratulations, Samsung Wins Award as Best Company of 2022

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Samsung Wins Award as Best Company of 2022

A multinational electronics company headquartered in Yeongtong District, Suwon, South Korea, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd has won the title of “The World’s Best Employer” from Forbes for the third year in a row.

Quoted from Sammobile, this ranking is based on a Forbes-Statista survey that interviewed more than 150,000 employees at 800 companies in the US, UK, Germany, and other countries.

Survey participants were asked to rate their willingness to recommend their employer to family members and friends. Next, they were asked to rate companies based on economic impact and image, gender equality and responsibility, and talent development.

From these results, there is a result if Samsung employees are among those who have the highest job satisfaction.

A key factor contributing to the validity of the survey is that companies are prohibited from being involved in the survey process. They cannot recruit survey respondents and the anonymity of survey participants will be guaranteed.

Forbes said that “The Great Resignation” is today’s global phenomenon where people voluntarily quit their jobs, but are still running smoothly after starting in early 2021.

Today, Samsung employees not only earn higher salaries with better benefits, but also advancement opportunities, work-life balance, and work that is driven by clear goals.

This survey puts the Samsung Group which has 266,673 employees in the first place and was named the World’s Best Company. Followed by Microsoft, IBM, Alphabet (Google’s parent company), Apple, Delta Air Lines, Costco Wholesale, Adobe, Southwest Airlines, Dell Technologies, and many others.

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