When dealing with Samsung’s range of mobile phones, there are just so many different models to choose from that it gets confusing at times with all the different numbers and names. From the pioneer touch sets like Corby to the all new Galaxy series, Samsung has definitely worked like no other in terms of innovation and all that has now paid off as they hold the crown of being the largest mobile manufacturer.
Going for the best, I was able to get my hands on the revolutionary Samsung Galaxy S3, that was a much needed improvement when compared to the S2 or even the first generation of Samsung’s flagship mobile phone. I had the chance to go through the iPhone 5 and HTC One x as well, but the S3 has a different feeling to it altogether.
Don’t get me wrong, I personally use the HTC One x and definitely think it is one of the, if not the best mobile phone in the market right now, but whatever I may think, the Galaxy S3 is far superior in regards to which mobile dominates the market and which mobile people want to buy the most. Performance might not be something that differentiates the two quad-core kings, but there are certainly many other aspects that one should look into when buying a phone.
A great thing about the S3 is that Samsung rolls out an update, and has always done so, much quicker than any other manufacturer, like HTC. Jelly Bean, the latest version of the Android OS, is already being rolled out on the S3 while HTC has confirmed it for some of the One series, and will be available by the end of October.
Previously, Samsung’s phones really looked like a copy of the iPhone and it is not hard to see why they lost the lawsuit against Apple in the U.S. recently, but one thing that does stand out on the S3 is its unique pebble like design and much needed improvement in terms of memory and display quality.
While the Galaxy S3 might be out of range for many buyers, it is definitely worth the money spent.