Samsung Galaxy SIII has been makes a lot of press these days. The internet is hoarded with reviews of the device, its specs and what can be tweaked and whatnot. However, there is one thing that has not been touched, what is good and what is bad in the device?
There is no doubt in the worldwide conclusion that Galaxy SIII is the best device in the current market for a number of reasons. I have been saying this over and over again, especially to those people who reject the device because it does not bring anything new, that SIII is not a revolutionary device.
Apple brings things like Retina Display and gyroscopes in its devices making them revolutionary products, but Samsung follows a different path. None of the Galaxy S handsets has ever brought anything out of the box, rather it is an amalgam of all the best features available in the market. Galaxy SIII is no exception to this doctrine.
Samsung shrine puts every best thing in the market in a single device and makes it extremely lightweight. It might not have the sharpest screen out there but it is one of the biggest with 720p resolution and Super-AMOLED technology that makes things look vivid.
The camera might not have resolution in double-figure mega pixels but the 8-mega pixel camera takes pictures without lag and captures movies in sheer quality. It has shock-proof hardware, 1080p resolution and picture in depth. It launches without delay and HDR functionality is available right from the lock screen.
But that is not to say that it is without any flaws. The SIII has some drawbacks, especially when you have an iPhone in front of you. The recent release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has not helped its cause.
The following post will discuss some of its disadvantages against the fruits it bears.