By Michael Fisher | May 4, 2012 11:00 AM
All right everyone, we’ve still got a few weeks until the Galaxy S III drops, so let’s just settle down and keep talking about what’s available today. There’s still work to be done, ‘na mean?
One of our contenders is Google’s venerable mainstay of America’s “most reliable,” number-one, most-red-and-black wireless network; the other is a hot young upstart looking to steal the spotlight in the name of Big-Blue-number-two.
One bears a proud South Korean heritage, while the other is Taiwan’s newest crown jewel! One built of plastic, one of
different plastic polycarbonate! Who will claim the title of America’s best LTE Android smartphone?
Well, maybe it’s not all that dramatic … but we definitely have things to compare. Things like build quality, display performance, and camera resolution. And how big an impact does Sense 4 have on Ice Cream Sandwich, anyway?
If these are the questions that keep you up at night, scroll on down to the video and click play. We’ve got AT&T and Verizon’s Android-finest, charged up and ready to duke it out.