Where the iPhone 4S has its stark steel as well as glass frame, the Nokia N8 and HTC One X have their own curvy matt plastic chassis plus the Sony Xperia S have their own intriguing clear plastic strip, the S3 looks a little bland as well as feels a bit cheap. in white or 'pebble blue', neither finish particularly wowed us. Much as the S2 really didn't, and check out how many that sold - so perhaps it's just us.
Paying homage to the forerunners, the Samsung Galaxy S2, the navigation buttons consist of a central physical Home button (Apple lawsuit beware) flanked by two touch-sensitive control keys, one for back and one for bringing up the brand new Android 4.0 Multi-tasking menu. They seem responsive and easy to use.
Within the back is situated the 8MP camera with its LED flash, then there is also a front facing video camera. Raise the battery cover off and there is a 2100mAh battery, SIM slot and also microSD. Onboard storage varies from 16GB upwards which means your storage options are ample. Without a doubt this is perhaps the best phone's main trump card when compared to the HTC One X.
Several reports were recommending the Galaxy S3 may feature a bonkers 1080p resolution display however unsurprisingly it's not the way it is. Alternatively there's an essentially Samsung Galaxy Nexus matching 4.8in panel by having an HD Ready resolution of 720 x 1,280 pixels. Thus giving it quite a high pixel density of 303ppi, simply a jot under the iPhone 4S's 326ppi. It looks astounding, packing in a large amount of detail and defining it as great for web surfing.
We've "known" for a short while now that the S3's processor chip will be Samsung's new 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 4. We saw some time back some benchmark outcomes that were apparently from this mobile phone, which indicated this can be the swiftest phone on the planet in relation to graphics performance. Given that we have had a go we can confirm that it is really amazingly quick.
We like the appearance of the Galaxy S3 through the front, with its simple style and design, curved corners and also metal trim. Nonetheless, the glossy plastic backside truly puts a damper on things - it really does not exude class or luxury. In any other case this smartphone is either class major or perhaps on par. The processor is amazingly fast, the screen amazingly impressive plus the microSD slot amazingly practical! It may lack a certain incredible factor however for features alone this mobile phone has been well worth the delay. Head to the main website of Samsung Electronics for more info.