Before the Mesuit Case, there has been an ongoing debate on which is better between Android devices and iOS devices. IPhone users feel the Android OS is inferior and lags a lot. While Android users feel the iPhone hardware is outdated, offering inferior specs compared to Android flagships like the Samsung Galaxy flagships, HTC, Nexus, and Sony.
The debate is in high gear as both Apple and Samsung prepare to unveil in a matter of weeks, the iPhone 7 and Galaxy Note 7 respectively. Having used both platforms (although currently an Android Smartphone), I could say they both have their strengths and weaknesses. It all boils down to preference – the smoothness of the iOS or the somewhat unlimited capabilities of the Android.
This post is not Android vs IPhone, that can be settled another time. How about having the best of both worlds? Having the Android OS on your IPhones or IOS on your Android smartphone. Would be awesome right? Well, look no further, it’s no longer Science-fiction, it’s real.
The MESUIT case offers you the flexibility of running both iOS and Android simultaneously. Sounds like Mesut Ozil of Arsenal- Playmaker connecting the defense to attack, giving wonderful assists – (lol! I love football).
The device produced by Haimawan, a Chinese manufacturer that does OS virtualization, allows a propriety Android-based OS called the MESUIT OS 1.0 to run as an app on iOS. It is compatible with the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus.
- 1700 mAh external battery for iPhone 6 and 6S, 2500 mAh battery for the plus versions.
- Second Nano SIM compatible with Android use
- Extra 16 GB of storage
- Sadly, there is no SD or HDMI port.
The device is exclusively on sale in China via its subsidiary website for $150 (iPhone 6 and 6S) and $165 (iPhone 6 Plus and 6S Plus). Meanwhile, Haimawan has said an iOS case for Android smartphones is in the works and could be unveiled next year.
So far we could just stop the tussle and enjoy the best of both worlds. Would you try this out? What are your views? Feel free to use the comment section.
Source: Android Authority
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Frederick Damasus is a tech enthusiast and blogger who has a passion for creativity and innovation. He is a self-taught graphic designer and currently delving into web design and development. He loves photography and volunteers his spare time to inspire children in orphanages through dance. He is a trained Petroleum Engineer but found himself in the AID/Development sector. He currently serves as the M&E/ICT Manager at the Center for Creative Development Strategies, an NGO based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
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