iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 display battle won by Apple’s 4-inch IPS LCD
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The GS3 never really was a stunning looking device, though it does look great in white. But the iPhone? The three reasons why the GS3 beat out the iPhone 4S was because the display was bigger, a higher resolution, and offered better color contrast. With the updated display size, the difference in resolution is almost non-existent. Even without them, iOS is still better than Android as it is now. That is to say, there is very little chance that any chip is better than the one the new iPhone 5 has. At least, when it comes to general computational power.
If it comes to raw speed, that may not be the case, as Apple itself has shown by implementing the new iPod Touch with an A5x, which has more raw power but pays the price of higher power consumption. Surprise surprise, the iPhone 5 has no expandable memory. The GS3? Galaxy S III , which offers expandable memory on top of identical on-board memory for less.
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And the GS3? It already supported those networks since May. The only difference is that the GS3 released on essentially all carriers in the US, and is available through everyone worldwide. Then we ran some exhaustive tests between the cameras, and found them surprisingly evenly matched. Without more data, this one is tough to say. However, iOS has always been far more power conservative than Android.
With minimal use, the iPhone 4S could last 2. Second, the iPhone 5 has exactly the same lifespan, according to Apple, as the 4S, even with a larger battery.
Galaxy S III , which has a larger battery, and according to Apple the iPhone 5 lasts just as long as the 4S, albeit with more functions and a larger screen. We originally thought that the Galaxy S III would release on all carriers but Verizon; that turned out to be hugely wrong, and even with that mistake the iPhone lost its crown as top smartphone.
No, the GS3 is available on every major carrier, and pretty much every minor carrier as well. And the iPhone 5? Galaxy S III , which is less expensive and more price friendly in every way. Yet even then, Apple has in three very serious ways limited the iPhone 5 when compared to the best Android phone on the market: I am constantly running out of space on my iPhone 4S and deleting media and apps to make room for new ones.
Unless I upgrade to a significantly more expensive device with more storage. Yet Apple is charging over x that amount, and making pure profit. Finally, carrier availability. The most important thing that everyone but Apple understands is that people need to be able to communicate. Yet Apple treats the iPhone like a luxury good, meaning people who buy it can afford to wait in line, can afford to wait a few weeks for it, etc.
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Galaxy S3 over this. I found cases from Pong Research, I read that this technology reduces exposure to radiation while optimizing the mobile reception. Alot of the back and forth is just silly.