Requirements gathering is a vital process in any project. When timelines are thin, the scope is creeping, and budgets are economical, conducting a gathering process helps speed up efficiency. Disregarding this process means skipping a needed point of reference for balances and checks for the future. To collect requirements on iOS and Android phones, functional and non-functional features are analyzed; with the improvement of Android’s security in the recent releases, it’s prudent to pick a combination of both phones for a family.
Functional requirements define what smartphones should do.
Functional requirements define how the smartphone should work. These requirements describe more to the user how they will perform in their environment.
Android produces better phones based on functional and non-functional features such as storage, speed, battery life, and voice activation. However, several Android phones exist in the market with inferior functionalities and performances; therefore, to beat iPhone 12 Pro Max, it must be a superior Android like Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Nonetheless, I would recommend a combination of both the phones distributed among the family members.
Both Android and iOS phones are in a stifling competition, and deciding to purchase one could be difficult. Various companies produce Android phones; therefore, there are many of them in the market, some inferior, others superior, while on the other hand, iOS solely makes iPhones’ stable operating system. Some features can be used to analyze the two categories like calling, emailing, voice activation, photography, notifications as functional ones and access to the network, battery life, speed, storage, and simplicity as features defining how the phones work.
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