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After spending a weekend with Facebook's new approach to Android, I found it to be beautiful, immersive, and only about half done. Lock screen = good. Launcher, not so much.
Apple's strategy of dropping the price on older phones as low and mid tier devices might well be the model Samsung can use to drive the iPhone further down.
See a real life video recording test of the Nokia Lumia 920 and how it compares to the same video recorded by a Samsung Galaxy S III.
The Samsung Galaxy SIII continues its world domination, this time by releasing a special version of the phone for Verizon.
That’s right, it’s another review of the Samsung Galaxy S III. This time we’ve got the AT&T version. It’s very similar to the Sprint version and shares many software features with the international version, so instead of reiterating everything from those reviews, we’re going to try to cover a few more things that you might not have heard about already and of course we’ll give you a different perspective. What’s more, AT&T sent us the “pebble blue” version of their Galaxy S III, so if you’re sick of the white version [...]
While the Galaxy S III may have a dimmer screen than its brethren, it somewhat makes up for that with a much longer battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy S III and the iPhone 4S are very different phones. On paper, the Galaxy S III has a stronger spec sheet: it has a larger, higher resolution display, a larger battery, and it has a quad core CPU (if we’re talking about the international variant of the device). On the other hand, the iPhone 4S is without question one of the best-selling smartphones of all time, thanks in part to its handsome design (which is really starting to feel dated), great performance, and awesome camera. We’re also at a strange point in the release cycle: Samsung’s Galaxy S III [...]