Thursday, July 5, 2012
iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3 - Who will Win the Smartphone War?
The smartphone market is continuously being inundated with new devices. Time flies and it doesn't even take a fraction of a second in this market when something new evolves, surpassing the one just arrived. The same scenario can be witnessed these days - Samsung Galaxy S3 has barely hit the market and people are already awaiting the arrival of iPhone 5. Whilst the Android fans have fulfilled their urge to splurge on the new Samsung Galaxy Series, various iOS enthusiasts are still longing for the love of their life - iPhone 5. However, amidst this, there is a third category of smartphone loving tribe, who are in a sheer state of dilemma - wait for iPhone 5 or indulge in S3? The market is flooded with speculations about the performance of both the devices. One, the launched flagship phone from Samsung and the other, that is yet to arrive. Everyone has seen and experienced the features of S3, and now the anticipation clock is ticking for iPhone 5. Will it match up to Samsung or will it leave the Android giant behind? Let us have a look at various features of both the devices. Starting with what's packed inside their glossy bodies, S3 comprises a Snapdragon dual core 1.4GZ processor, making it superfast. Apple, on the other hand, plans to load the A5X chip and quad core graphics for seamless functionality. Coming to the cameras, S3 is bundled with zero shutter lag 8-megapixel camera. This is what iPhone 4S comes with, and hence, its successor is expected to come with a 3D imaging camera for both video and stills. If we talk about the external memory, it's here that S3 gains a cookie since it is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions, besides having a microSD card slot. iPhone 5 will certainly be available in the same internal storage versions but will be devoid of the microSD card slot. Moving on to the glistening screens, Galaxy S3 boasts a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED screen (1280x720 pixels resolution) with a pixel density of 310ppi (pixel per inch) whereas iPhone 5 is expected to show off a 4-inch Retina display with pixel density of 367 ppi. Well, there is another parameter here. If you believe in the jargon "size matters" on the smaller size, you will certainly want to have a bite of "The Apple" since Galaxy S3 has a gigantic, yet sleek plastic body, while the anticipated iPhone 5 is expected to come in a smaller frame made of Liquidmetal alloy. Samsung claims Galaxy S3 is "designed for humans." Let's see who the targeted clientele of iPhone 5 is! Whatever it is, until iPhone 5 gets launched in October, Galaxy S3 will be enjoying the monopoly. 。 wholesale accessories,iphone accessories,ipod accessories,ipad accessories