April 6, 2012

Stop Paying Attention to Specs

David Pogue, New York Times


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As far as I’m concerned, for the customer, it shouldn’t matter if the phone has a Snapdragon, a dual core or a hamster wheel. All that matters is how fast the phone winds up.

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