Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Ways Samsung Galaxy S III Trumps iPhone 4S
By Don Reisinger | Posted 06-28-2012
A battle royale is brewing between smartphone superstars Apple and Samsung. Both companies are vying for the top spot in unit shipments, and according to recent data, they're both securing the vast majority of profits in the mobile device market. Suffice it to say that Apple and Samsung won't be satisfied until one of them has waved a white flag and given up all claim to the mobile space. Samsung's Galaxy S III, the latest flagship launch from the company, has its sights set firmly on Apple's iPhone 4S. From its elegant design to its connectivity features, here are 10 ways we think the Samsung Galaxy S III trumps Apple's iPhone 4S.
The Samsung Galaxy S III's chief advantage over the iPhone 4S has to be its screen size. The device comes with a 4.8-inch screen, dwarfing the 3.5-inch display on the iPhone 4S. Don't think it's a major difference? Try viewing a spreadsheet or watching a movie on the device and see what happens.
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