Apple iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S III: All rise
Samsung SIII’s Display is better than Apple for more information
It is known to everyone that Apple and Samsung are the best enemies that are quarrelling for the smart phone licenses. A research firm IHS said that Samsung Galaxy SIII has better display than Apple’s iPhone 5. The research proved that sIII...
- 2013-02-21 10:29
Actually all thought is right, it's depend to user. What they want to each phone. If you like java, radio, apps without jailbreaking go to s3. If you can afford to buy apps, or look rich go to s5. Both phone are good, the only bad is the user giving feedback to competitor of phone their using.
- 2013-02-19 03:00
From using both the iphone5 and the s3, the iPhone has the victory. Yes the s3 is better suited for videos because if its size, the iPhone still takes win because the videos run with a more smooth playback with a clearer picture than that of the s3. Games run better on the iPhone as well. I have always been a Samsung fan, but the iPhone 5 outshines the s3, in almost all aspects for everyday use. It's a bit more expensive but trust me, it's worth it. Hands down the iPhone 5 is top of its class.
- 2013-02-15 03:49
Whats??? No matter, is better Samsung SIII than Iphone 5... Easy!
- 2013-02-13 16:33
- 2013-02-13 12:45
> In reply to Frodo 9fingers @ 2013-01-12 21:40 from 0E%p - click to readI absolutely agree with you. I had to buy an iPhone because I was getting sick of Android. Now the experience with my iPhone 5 has been glorious. The interaction with the user was intelligently designed to have solutions to everyday activities. Not so with Android. There are a bunch of thing I wish iOS had, but I'm pretty happy with the way I can interact with my phone. I also think this review is inaccurate.
- 2013-02-12 23:04
The iPhone 5 is just a genuine mobile, it does everything u need and more. I don't see a comparising whatsoever .. The i5 wins hands down... Who uses there phone for maps ... Buy a satnav
The s3 is a good phone don't get me wrong but it still isn't up to the standards of apples I5
- 2013-02-12 13:33
- half Dollar
The banter between loyal Apple fans vs. the world will
probably never end, but it doesn’t help Apple fans any more
now that Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has admitted
that he thinks the iPhone is “… somewhat behind with
features in the smartphone business.” That’s right, he said it.
He also mentioned in the same statement that Samsung is a
big competitor because they are currently making great
products – key word there, currently.
Here is the exact quote from Wozniak during his visit at the
Businessweek’s Best Brand Awards:
“I am proud that we have such loyal fans. But this loyalty is
not given; the need to have the best products is always there.
Currently we are in my opinion somewhat behind with features
in the smartphone business. Others have caught up. Samsung
is a big competitor. But precisely because they are currently
making great products.”I have to say that Mr. Wozniak hit the nail on the head
when it comes to customer loyalty to Apple – it is most
certainly not given, and in order to keep that fan base you
have to constantly produce the best products. While the
iPhone may carry an elegant look, it’s very much what’s on
the inside that counts even more. In my review of iOS 6
yesterday I mentioned that basically iOS 6.1 is just as I
expected it to be and I feel very indifferent about the
upgrade from iOS 5.1; additionally, I don't feel like I lost
anything by waiting months after its initial release. Why?
Because they’re practically the same thing. Give or take a few
features and what seems to be a fluidity boost, I already
knew exactly what to expect. No disappointment, but no
surprises either. It’s a predictable cycle at this point on the
iPhone for both the hardware and the software: one device
that runs on one software with minimal changes to both with
each passing year; then you look at Android which was an
insane amount of variety and each new software upgrade
features a vastly different environment that you practically
have to re-learn. Even if you don’t like change you have to
admit that Android has come out with some pretty cool
The iPhone is very much like a real apple: different sizes
and a few flavors, but in the end when you look at it it’s still
the same shape and consistency with minimal varying qualities
- it is still an apple. This method of theirs worked for a
while, but it seems that if any time is a good time to branch
out now is the best time to do so. Galaxy s3 is the better phone.
- 2013-02-12 10:05
the king is king
Samsung lachnd 500 modle in year bt the lanchd only 1 modle in a year its awwssmm
King dont allow piricy
King give us a orignal fun of application and gaming
I hate android all product are k.....o(gattha)
I just love iPhone always
- 2013-02-11 08:06
well i got both phones ..both got aspects that i like and i dont.but i do enjoy both ecosystems.and on top i got windows pc so three ecosystems are enuf.
- 2013-02-09 11:00
4160mAh >>>> 1440mAh
awesome features are useless if you are being limited by your phone's battery life.. get the cheaper unknown superb phone innos D9(cloudfone thrill 430x) instead.
- 2013-02-07 17:05
Its all based on preference... If you like aesthetics then go for an Iphone but if you like performance and specs go for an android. Im personally an android person myself.
- 2013-02-06 23:37
interns of how realistic camera photos look my phone kills both of these hands down. 3D is better than 2D lol. though personally I prefere the s2 to s3, don't know why but just do.
- 2013-02-06 16:23
> In reply to humbleprof @ 2013-02-02 07:02 from fwJa - click to readStill camera on S3 it's crap, built quality crap, screen good, call quality average.
P.s S3, note 2 and iPhone 5 user.
- 2013-02-06 05:09
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-01-13 04:41 from ttve - click to readI love Samsung Galaxy S3
- 2013-02-05 11:44
The SIII won outrightly on FIVE occasions (Display comparison, Telephony, Video playback, Web browsing & Maps and navigation) as against the iPhone's THREE occasions (Design and build quality, Audio playback and audio quality & Still cameras) :-P
Enough said!! ^_^
Again, have this in mind, Android JellyBean's Flexibility and Customizability are unrivaled. ^_^
I got my SIII on September 5, 2012 and have ever since been no more grateful than I'd hoped! :-) :-)
Thumbs up to Samsung & Google, man!! :-)
They made a terrific job outta that phone!!! :-P
I'm just loving it ^_^
- 2013-02-02 07:02
Actually it's quite interesting where all these opinions come from I myself today went into a Vodafone store and a telecom store to reach different opinions I will try and make this sound as unbiased as possible I have owned each iPhone from 3 to 4s with Apple Mac and laptop also tv and air I find apple to be such a modernised look and synthetic to the delicate eye of those who wish to have this trend of eligancy or pure genius of ongoing process change and work it had been quite a journey for apple and amazing one at that. But with that said Samsung is by far amazing with its android and damage probe capabilitys it is loved by many and used by a lot it's specs speak for itself really but actually in contest I do love the iPhone it has this comfy hard solid unique ability to it that makes me embrace it more its zen completely and utterly but so is the Samsung there's no comparisons at all just the simple fact of do you like eligancy and modernness of a brand that seems well flawless or an ongoing specs count and tech patient built software I mean it's like play station and Xbox it depends which one you look at and how ? Haha just an opinion :)
- 2013-01-31 01:41
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