Battle iPhone 5 Vs Samsung Galaxy S3

There was a time that Apple had the smartphone market to its self but times have changed and the fruit based company now finds it has a lot more competition especially from old foe Samsung. Arguably the two most wanted devices currently available are the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3, as the iOS and Android devices are locked in a showdown for supremacy in the smartphone world.

Meanwhile though many Android users would suggest the device doesn’t bring anything new to the market, but the question is which device is better to actually buy? The Samsung Galaxy S3 has some of the best hardware currently available, and will next month be updated to the Android Jelly Bean operating system.

By now, many of you may have heard about Samsung’s new print ad. They have taken an aim on Apple’s latest handset. The print ad compares the specifications of both devices.

As you can see on the top - it says ‘It doesn’t take a genius’. At the bottom, it’s written ‘The big thing is already here Galaxy S3’.
This was a poor attempt in our regard to get media attention, as the iPhone 5 isn't even out in the market yet. 

Then there is the more expensive iPhone 5 that will be running the iOS 6 operating system, and is ideal for anyone that already owns an iPad or MacBook with its high level of integration. iOS 6 will bring with it 200 new features that include an upgraded Notification Center that will bring calendar invitations, messages, Facebook friend requests, and much more.


Samsung’s 4.8-inch Super AMOLED is still the larger screen here, it sports Corning Gorilla Glass 2, a 1280x720 pixel resolution and a pixel density of 306 pixels-per-inch (ppi).
Visuals are very crisp with excellent colour, contrast and brightness. There really isn’t anything to complain about.
The iPhone 5’s screen size may have expanded from previous iPhone models but it’s still quite reserved in scale at 4-inches.
Still, this is a nice size in terms of handling and usability and the moderate scale means Apple can squeeze a high 326 ppi pixel density out of its 1136x640 pixel resolution.
As usual, it uses Apple’s IPS LCD Retina technology for some fantastic visual clarity and colour.
Once again, there are no complaints, but in terms of raw pixel count the iPhone 5 has a clear advantage here.


Apple has stuck to its habit of offering three flavours of storage capacity: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, with a price that scales alongside. As with previous iDevices, there’s no sign of Micro SD capability.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has the same options for 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, although the 64GB model is yet to surface on the UK market, Samsung itself has confirmed it will arrive at some point this year.
However, the Galaxy S3 has the key advantage of storage expansion via Micro SD and Micro SDHC for cards up to 32GB and 64GB respectively.
Samsung takes the winner’s podium for this round.


The software will also make it easier for users to share content via Facebook and Twitter, and iCloud has added functionality. The Galaxy S3 still has the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system that is almost a year old now, so until it receives Android 4.1 it is arguably losing out to the iPhone 5.
Apple’s A6 processor that is found in the iPhone 5 is 22% smaller than the unit found in the iPhone 4S, and has twice the computing and graphical power, and will use less energy than previous versions. The Galaxy S3 meanwhile uses Samsung’s Exynos processor that can outperform both the Tegra 3 and Snapdragon S4.

More than is often the case, the battle between the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 is the very definition of the case between iOS and Android, between Apple and Google. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is more flexible, with expandable memory and a more malleable OS. However, the metal body of Apple's phone feels a lot more premium, and is a much friendlier design for those with less than giant hands. And with the larger 4in screen, it won't feel quite so tiny next to the Samsung Galaxy S3, either.

Well honestly speaking it would be very tough for the iPhone 5 to match up to the galaxy in most aspects. For chances are that the Galaxy s3 with its new Exynos processor would trump it as it is currently the best processor on a mobile device (including tablets). Also the iPhone 5 may have a good camera but the question is will apple throw in the features like panorama, zero shutter lag, burst shot...etc ???. Comment Below

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