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 […]
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 ...
Conclusion: IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
Pros: Large 4.8" HD Super AMOLED screen, High-resolution screen with 306 ppi pixel density, Dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC, 2GB RAM system memory, Available in 16/32GB of storage space, 64GB coming, 8MP Auto-focus main camera, 1.9MP front camera, 4th-Generation (4G) mobile data network sup...
Google Nexus 4 vs. Samsung Galaxy S III: Fan favorites
21 December 2012
Conclusion: When Google announced that the next Nexus will pack four Krait cores and an upgraded camera, all for the price of $300 ($350 for the more sensible, 16GB version), there was a short moment when it seemed that everyone after an Android phone would be crazy not to get a Nexus 4.