Summary: After the phenomenal success of the Galaxy S2, Samsung needed to pull out all the stops if the wasn't going to be an anti-climax. This is the phone, after all, which would cement its position as the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world.
Summary: It may not be quite so scorchingly beautiful as the iPhone 5 or the HTC One X and One X+, but the Samsung Galaxy S3 4G is a worthy update six months on from the original. It’s packing (nearly) the latest software, and if you’ve got those super speeds where you live, you’ll reap the benefits.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S3 is quite simply the best Android smartphone you can buy right now. It’s fast, has an amazing screen, lots of extra features, a cracking camera, and excels in almost every area.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy S3 certainly looks impressive, especially thanks to the zippy operation that results from that quad-core chip. Some will see the new social, voice and notification features as being compelling reasons to buy the phone (while some others will crave a more "vanilla" Android...
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy S3 certainly hasn’t lost anything (save for an FM radio) by stepping into the world of 4G and it’s clear to see the benefits of a device able to run at such a fast pace, however a prospective customer needs to weigh up the pros and cons of an undertaking such as this at this point...
Pros: 4G mobile browsing speeds, Excellent design and UI, Beautiful screen
Cons: Battery suffers under 4G, Plastic construction, Expensive tariffs
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One – if you’re a HTC fan in exile, this is the time to return
28 July 2013
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy S3 is a long time on sale and you can get it for around $150-200 with a contract or $550-650 without a contract and unlocked. That’s a great price, and judging by the previous two models, the resale price will be quite high even in a couple of years.
Excerpt: For $13 it’s easy to add wireless charging to the Samsung Galaxy S3 without the need to buy a new back or give up the ability to use cases. After doing some digging I found a $13 Samsung Galaxy S3 wireless charging receiver that snaps into place on the Samsung Galaxy S3 underneath the existing […]
Summary: Consider this for a second – the current most popular Android device and the only device that has a chance of taking the title away from it are both Galaxy S phones. An impressive achievement for Samsung, whose Galaxy S3 already sold in 50 million units, a performance that will probably be outdone...
Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Galaxy S3 vs Galaxy Note 2: Battle of the Samsung Flagships
19 April 2013
Excerpt: Samsung are arguably the current king of the heap in many smartphone markets, but if you're already a Samsung convert, then which Samsung Flagship model smartphone or phablet should you pick up?
Summary: A new Galaxy. Samsung introduced its smartphone flagship from the latest portfolio at a big event in London. A quad-core SoC based on ARM, a 720p screen, NFC and Android 4.0 ICS belong to the must-haves of this category today.
Pros: Casing's attractive design, Micro SD card reader (up to 64 GB), 50 GB of Dropbox storage (24 months), NFC (near-field communication), Appealing and swift user interface (TouchWiz 5.0), Camera module (1080p shots, 8 megapixels, LED flash), High-contrast HD Super AMOLED (720p, PenTile), Outstanding...
Cons: Aluminum looks rather than aluminum (rim), 12 month warranty only, Preinstalled bloatware, Many software features only a nice-to-have (S Voice, Smart Stay and co.), AMOLED screen's brightness, Temperature development during load, An aluminum rim that would fit to this premium product. That would ...