If you are thinking of switching to an Android smartphone, you can test some functions directly on the iPhone.
Instead of poorly made comparisons or social media posts sent from an iPhone, Samsung has started a very good marketing campaign in which iPhone users should give Galaxy smartphones a try. On the “iTest” website, it is enough to scan the QR code with the smartphone camera. A digital assistant leads the user by the hand and shows some of the possibilities offered by Android smartphones. “iTest” is basically a highly responsive website that almost feels like a real application. In order for the user to perceive this, the website suggests adding their own link to the home screen, from then on it looks like an app.
The settings are in English, as are the messages from virtual friends. They then send out suggestions at regular intervals on what can be tested with the virtual Galaxy.
Zoom In This is what a standard screen looks like on the Galaxy.
On the home screen, for example, you can try themes, alternative layouts for background images, but also for applications and setting items.
Expand Settings can be viewed, but not edited.
We tried “Settings” first, but this is where the website reaches its limits, you can scroll through the list of settings, it is not possible to switch to the “Privacy” settings one level deeper, for example. We really liked the camera. You can’t take photos or videos with it, but it’s a completely different experience than iPhone. There are significantly more settings as formats at first glance, at the same time Samsung better solves different recording modes: There is only photo or video on the home screen of the camera, for more options you have to click on “More”. Panoramic mode is hidden there, but so is professional mode, food photography, and much more.
Zoom in on camera settings on a Galaxy smartphone