Forget about the Best Android Phone….How about best Phone of 2012!
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and Apples’s iPhone 5 are both on board to be two of the hottest, most popular phones this year – but can they deliver the goods?
It’s difficult to compare and evaluate the latest generation of smartphones since both Samsung and Apple aren’t disclosing any details. However, industry authorities and people who work within the smartphone production arena have let a few secrets slip, fueling the buzz that they will rival one another one-on-one.
Following the waves of a media frenzy, iPhone consumers anticipated the iPhone 5 to hit the shelves on October 2011, but in its place, Apple revealed the 4S. Although whirlwind gossip continues to hint that the phone will be introduced in June at the Worldwide Developers Conference, it appears more likely it will be released this October.
Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S3 was believed to launch last month at the Mobile World Congress, but never showed up. Several individuals theorize the delay stems from the success of the Galaxy S2, and the newest generation will emerge later on in the year, possibly to incite its competitor – the iPhone.
The iPhone 5 will likely contain an A6 Chip, or at best a quad core processor to equal the new iPad’s chip.
The S3 is presumed to feature an Exynos 4412 chipset along with a quad core component, which is said to be measured at 1.5GHz. The smartphone is assured to come with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
The newest iPhone 5 gossip indicates a 1280 x 70 resolution including a Quantum Dot LED edge-to-edge curved glass display. The latest speculations claim that the iPhone will additionally have a high-tech screen, this just following the new iPad/Retina Display release. A larger 4 or 4.3 inch screen is additionally in the air, after several iPhone consumers complained the iPhone screen was too little.
The S3 is thought to hold a bigger screen than the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, closer to 5 inches, and is believed to contain an AMOLED plus screen along with 1280 x 720 resolution. Also, it will be capable of taking 8.3 megapixel pictures and capturing 60fps HD video, if the phone employs a S5K2P1 chip.
Both smartphones are anticipated to boast an 8 megapixel camera containing Xenon and LED flash. The latest news regarding the iPhone suggests the phone may include a camera containing between 8 – 13 megapixels.
Samsung unveiled its latest 8 megapixel CMOS sensor, the innovative chip that transfers light in the picture you view on your phone, at the Mobile World Congress. The chip utilizes cutting-edge backside illuminated technology, which enhances the quality of the image during low light, resulting in clearer and sharper pictures.
Time can only tell who will come out on top of this monumental battle for smartphone supremacy. Samsung’s nomination for the Best Android Phone of 2012, the Galaxy s3 – or the powerhouse of Apple design and innovation – the iPhone 5.
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