This is a quick overview of both phones for those who are interested in what having each phone feels like on a day to day basis, without all the detailed technical jargon.
Technology just keeps getting better for smartphones and mobile devices. Every time we turn around, a new mobile app is released or a cool new accessory becomes available. The Samsung Galaxy s3 is a popular mobile device with a lot of possibilities for add-ons and diverse technology features that other phones don’t get to enjoy.
For the first time ever, Apple becomes top largest mobile phone vendor, capturing a record 34% market share. In the latest report of research firm Strategy Analytic, it is estimated that Apple shipped 17.7 million mobiles in the US market in the fourth quarter of 2012, and making the tech giant the No. 1 mobile
If you’re already the owner of a Samsung Galaxy S2, you’re probably pretty happy. It’s a great phone, with high consumer satisfaction ratings. But you might be wondering if you should upgrade to Samsung’s newer model, the Galaxy S3.
The LG Optimus 4X HD was LGs best on Android until the Optimus G arrived on the market. In comparison with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 some will call me crazy. How can you compare black and white? How can you compare apples with oranges? How can you compare the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with
After Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with 5.2 inch screen, now Samsung plans for much bigger screen i.e. 6.3 inch for its new Galaxy Note 3. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was already considered large in comparison to smart phones and in that case having 6.3 inch may just cross the line and it is also
Special Features : SmartStay (Screen senses when you are looking at phone and screen remains bright). S Voice (A iPhone SIRI like feature to help you do tasks using voice commands). Smart Alert( Phone senses when you were away from phone and vibrates when you come near to alert you of missed calls and messages)
It’s no secret anymore !!! Samsung’s best android smartphone Samsung Galaxy S II satisfies almost all the needs of users. The Samsung Galaxy S II comes with Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread and TouchWiz UI 4.0, and will improve on its predecessor hardware-wise, sporting a dual core 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor with Samsung’s Orion chipset,
The Galaxy S screen is very good, it’s fast, it’s packed with features, and looks pretty decent as compared to other android phones. If you’re looking for a large and powerful Android smartphone and will really make you want it.