As the Samsung Galaxy S3 stepped onto the stage, its main competitor the iPhone 4S began to sweat. For six months, the iPhone 4S ruled sovereignly, but now it has a young and ambitious opponent. Many say the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best smartphone in the world, but the iPhone 4S certainly doesn’t think the same. So, the clash of Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 4S can begin.
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 4S – design and holding in hand
These two smartphones are of a different strain. The iPhone 4S is really beautiful and with a bit of aluminum and glass, it fits really nicely in your hand. It may be a bit thicker for phones of the current convocation (it is 9.3 mm thin), but these are already shades that are not important to everyone. The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with a much larger screen, so it probably won’t be that easy to use. It’s a bit thinner than the iPhone 4s, but due to the aforementioned 4.8-inch screen, it looks a little awkward.
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 4S – screen
The iPhone 4S has a really good screen (which many have been able to see so far). The image and text are quite sharp with good contrast at 326 pixels per inch. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S3, regardless of the size of the screen itself, simply breaks down on this issue. The Super AMOLED display is really amazing, so the Samsung Galaxy S3 has an advantage here.
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 4S – software
Samsung Galaxy S3 has the latest version of Android and thus a huge power of user improvisation. On the other hand, the iPhone 4s has a somewhat rigid but great iOS 5. Samsung has built many powerful services on the new Galaxy, such as S Voice and Smart Stay. The opponent as a trump card has a great, but not so well-made App Store, where you can always find something of high quality and proven. However, as Android is a real Mecca for those who make and improve applications, it is clear that the Samsung Galaxy S3 has an advantage in this field as well.
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 4S – camera and processor
Both phones have 8-megapixel cameras with the option to record high-resolution video, making them difficult to separate. What could prevail in favor of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the front camera in HD format which is a great solution for video calls.
Apple’s dual-core A5 processor is quite enough to do all the set tasks, but now it is in a position to have to deal with a colleague composed of four cores.