The iPhone 5 screen is definitely one of the best parts about the phone. While the design is great and the materials are premium, I still love staring at the beautiful screen. When I upgraded to an iPhone last year, I remember thinking how much more responsive the glass touchscreen seemed compared to my Android phone.

If you’ve ever thought that, there’s a reason for that. According to a new report from cloud gaming company Agawi, the iPhone 5 screen is twice as responsive when compared to Android phones and even Nokia’s Lumia devices.

According to the report, the iPhone 5 can register app responsiveness at a minimum of 55 milliseconds, which is an improvement on the iPhone 4s, which came in second at 85 milliseconds.

These were actually the only two devices to come in at under 100 milliseconds. The Galaxy S4 was the best non-iPhone device at 114 milliseconds, which shows that the iPhone is significantly more responsive than any Android phone.

While I am not surprised that the iPhone is the most responsive touch screen out of the devices they tested, I was shocked to learn that it was twice as responsive as any non-Apple made device.

It is likely that it is because the iPhone was built to work seamlessly with iOS, whereas Android is built to run on a wide array of devices.

Do you notice the difference in responsiveness between the iPhone and Android devices? Do you think responsiveness is important when choosing a phone? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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