By Stephen Schenck | March 18, 2013 2:57 PM
We’ve been bringing you a bunch of comparison videos lately, whether that’s looking at how the Galaxy S 4 measures up to its Android and iOS competition, or how the HTC One’s much-touted UltraPixel camera performs when placed against some phones known for their imaging prowess. We’re going to stay on the HTC One for just a little longer, but now see how it compares to some other Androids, as we go head-to-head with 2012′s Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy S 4 might be the HTC One’s most obvious competition, but until the former manages to become commercially available, the GS3 could be a more realistic option to look at; if you’re buying a new Android next month, this is a choice you could very well find yourself making.
While the GS4 isn’t itself much bigger than the GS3, the GS3 is an even closer match to the HTC One, size-wise. That’s going to give the two models a somewhat similar feel, though the One is made from some very different materials, with its premium metal construction.
We run through some of the features of each of these handsets, look at performance, and compare display quality. Check out the full video to see just how these two Androids compare.