• Top Android Smartphone Duel: Samsung Galaxy S III vs. Sony Xperia Z (Xperia Yuga)

    Posted on January 11th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    Without doubt, Samsung Galaxy S III has been the Android spokesman in 2012. But we know that there’re always new challenging appearances one after another. This is especially suitable for electronic industry. And in the right beginning of 2013, Samsung Galaxy S III gets a strong challenger, the freshly released Sony Xperia Z on the CES 2013. Will Sony Xperia Z successfully defeat Samsung Galaxy S III to be the spokesman of Android? Different people have different answers. The following comparison would give out some specific data for you:


    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    As a trending, nowadays large screen has been the main stream for smartphones. Both two smartphones are featuring large screen display. The length, width and thickness of these two smartphones are very similar to each other.


    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    The Sony Xperia Z is a little heavier than Galaxy S 3 due to the different material of the phone back. Sony Xperia Z adopts glass back design while Galaxy S 3 is attached with plastic phone back.

    Screen display

    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Obviously, if you want to watch HD movies on phone, Sony Xperia Z would be better. The screen size, screen resolution and pixel density of Sony Xperia Z (5″, 1920×1080 pixels, 441ppi respectively) are all higher than that of Samsung Galaxy S III (4.8″, 1280×720 pixels, 306ppi).


    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Sony Xperia Z runs on the same processor as Nexus 4, the 1.5GHz Qualcomm S4 Pro quad core processor, while Samsung Galaxy S III gets two different versions: a globally 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos Quad core processor and a 1.5GHz Qualcomm S4 dual core processor for US exclusively.


    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Xperia Z features 2GB RAM. According to the different processor models, Galaxy S III also gets two different models of RAM: 2GB RAM for USA and 1GB for global users.

    Memory storage

    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Both smartphones provide 16GB models with SD card expansion. But Galaxy S III offers 32GB and 64GB models.

    Network connectivity

    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Both two devices are supporting 4G LTE network connectivity and HSPA+.


    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Xperia Z adopts 2200mAh battery while the battery capacity of Galaxy S III is 2100mAh. But the battery capacity is not the only thing that matters for smartphone performance, as Xperia Z gets larger screen and higher ppi, which all affluence the battery life.


    Galaxy S III vs. Xperia Z

    Both smartphones get dual cameras. The Xperia Z gets a 13MP rear camera and a 2.1MP front camera, while the Galaxy S III has an 8MP rear camera and a 1.9MP front camera. Besides, Xperia Z supports HDR shooting.

    The mobile phone industry is developing rapidly, though, Galaxy S III is still a powerful model. What’s more, the rumored Galaxy S IV might be released this May. The Xperia Z will also be street released in the Q1 of 2013. There must be more exciting points then.

    With all the data displayed above, what do you think of these two devices? Write down your own idea on the comment part if you like.

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  • LG Optimus G 2 Smartphone Rumored to Show Appearance in CES 2013 with 5.5 Inch 1080P Screen

    Posted on January 3rd, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    With the approaching of CES 2013, there have been more and more reports and rumors on the devices to be appearing on CES 2013. Sony has been confirmed to release their brand new flagship Xperia Z on the CES 2013 while HTC also has been rumored to introduce some new smartphones during the exhibition. As a smartphone giant, LG also plays a great role in the CES 2013. As reported, LG would be going to exhibit a new smartphone on CES 2013. The new smartphone is rumored to be LG Optimus G2 smartphone.

    LG Optimus G2

    According to the leaked news, the Optimus G2 would come with a 5.5 inch large touchscreen with up to 1920×1080 pixels screen resolution. Together with the rumored 2GHz Qual-comm S4 Prime MSM8974 quad-core processor, this new Optimus G2 would no doubt produce superb visual experience to enjoy HD movies on LG Optimus G2 smartphone. Meanwhile, it is also reported that the Optimus G2 would run on Android 5.0 OS. Currently, LG is reported to be communicating with its smartphone accessary suppliers LG Display, LG Innotek and others on the Optimus G2 release event. As for the official release date, it is estimated to be this June.

    Besides, LG is also planning to exhibit a 7″ tablet with 1920×1200 pixels screen resolution and another 4.7” smartphone with edge-to-edge screen display, as reported.

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  • Top smartphones duel – Samsung Galaxy S III vs Nokia Lumia 900

    Posted on June 27th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Nokia Lumia 900 has successfully established its fame in the last couple of months for the combination of its stellar design and killer $100 on-contract price. Just as anticipated, Nokia Lumia 900 has been considered as the best among all Windows Phone smartphones. But in the nowadays’ telecommunication industry, there never lacks of new challenges and competitors. And in the smartphone market, the new released and yet long anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III, which comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE/HSPA+ 42 capability, a zippy dual-core processor, and a strong 8-megapixel camera, is undoubtedly a strong challenger to Nokia Lumia 900. Even though these two handsets are running on completely different platforms, we could make a comparison between them in various aspects to see which one is performing in all categories to come out on the top, including: appearance design, screen display, processor, memory, camera, multimedia, battery, connectivity, etc.

    Samsung Galaxy S III vs. Nokia Lumia 900

    Appearance design: We all know that the first impression makes a ton of differences. That’s the appearance design. Compared with Samsung Galaxy S III, which is technically lighter and thinner, Nokia Lumia 900 is original and fresh. Besides that, the unibody polycarbonate construction design of Lumia 900 feels considerably sturdier than Samsung Galaxy S III. In common, the two handsets feature capacitive buttons below their displays, though the Galaxy S III incorporates a physical home button. Other features Samsung Galaxy S III over Nokia Lumia 900 include: the physical buttons clinging around the sides, video-out functionality with the aid of a special MHL adapter, removable battery, and expandable memory via its microSD card slot.

    Screen display: This may become very easy for us to make comparison. The Samsung Galaxy S III has a quite noticable 4.8” HD (720 x 1280) Super AMOLED display, though, the Lumia 900’s 4.3” WVGA (480 x 800) ClearBlack AMOLED display is still nice and pretty. Obviously, you can enjoy better experience to watch videos on Samsung Galaxy S III or play games on Samsung Galaxy S III than that of Nokia Lumia 900.

    Processor: The Galaxy S III features a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with a whopping 2GB of RAM, while the Lumia 900 has single-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU with 512MB of RAM. This should indicate the former one should perform better. However, when it comes down to it, they perform very similar to one another, as every operation is accompanied with fluid movements and instantaneous actions.

    Memory: The Nokia Lumia 900 has the higher free storage capacity at 13.61GB, while Samsung Galaxy S III only gets 12.05GB. But the fact is that the latter offers expandable storage via its microSD card slot.

    Camera: Both smartphones feature an 8-megapixel camera, which provides quite similar still image quality for two devices. But in real test, the Galaxy S III is more capable at shooting in macro and low lighting. When coming to the HD video recording, Galaxy S III is obvious the winner with its 1080P video recording, distinct details, moderate exposure, clear audio recording, and neutral color reproduction.

    Multimedia: The Zune experience on the Lumia 900 manages to stand out more than the static presentation of the TouchWiz music player on Samsung Galaxy S III. But with a larger screen display, Samsung Galaxy S III produces more adorable experience for you to watch HD videos. This doesn’t mean it could not provide good experience for you to watch videos or enjoy DVD movies on Nokia Lumia 900. Everyone would become hard to refuse a sizable device for wonderful video experience.

    Connectivity: Both smartphones support 4G network connectivity. But when put into real testing, the Samsung Galaxy S III performs better to have perfect browsing experience that nearly reaches desktop experience. These two GSM devices are compatible with a wide array of GSM networks internationally. And they feature the typical set of connectivity features, but Galaxy S III trumps the Lumia 900 with Bluetooth 3.0, NFC, and 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi.

    Battery: Nokia Lumia 900 defeats Samsung Galaxy S III in the battery life department. Specifically, Nokia Lumia 900 supports up to 1 ½ days normal use, while the Galaxy S III is only able to a solid one day of normal usage.

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  • The ultimate versus battle in smartphones – HTC One S vs. Apple iPhone 4S

    Posted on April 17th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    I have written some posts on the tablets comparison in the past month, including Apple iPad 3 vs. Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1 and Apple iPad 3 vs. ASUS Transformer Prime. In the following posts, I would continue to bring some device comparison posts to all of you for deeper acknowledgement of various popular devices. And today, I would like to bring the battle of “S” series smartphones, the new HTC One S and the Apple iPhone 4S. No doubt, both smartphones are excellent candidates in nowadays smartphone market with strong competitiveness. The comparison here could also not mean which one is better or not, just as a reference for you when you want to make a choice between these two phones. The iPhone’s iOS and Android OS have different resource needs, though, so the comparison here would mainly focus on the interface, display, camera, multimedia, internet connectivity, price, etc., leaving the application stores aside. Well, here we go.

    HTC One S vs. Apple iPhone 4S

    Camera: The camera interfaces of the 8MP cameras of the One S and the iPhone couldn’t be more different, but both phones have one thing in common – a sub-second camera when it comes to pressing the key, focusing and taking a shot. You can take pictures in the video’s 1920×1088 pixels resolution while filming with the HTC One S, which also for you to takes up to 99 consecutive shots when you hold the shutter button, at the speed of four shots a second. The iPhone 4S is pretty great for you to take pictures and shoot videos, especially with the excellent HDR mode turned on. But by comparsion, we found that the pics from the HTC One S slightly sharper and with more saturated colors compared to the iPhone 4S, making the scene look jollier than it actually was.

    Display:The phone displays are pretty different in both size and tech on these two smartphones. The iPhone 4S comes with 3.5” Retina Display with its IPS-LCD technology and 640×960 resolution, meaning 326ppi pixel density, good colors, wide viewing angles, and high brightness. The Retina Display surely produces better visual effect for you to watch HD videos on iPhone 4S. On contract, the HTC One S features a 4.3” AMOLED display which sports 540×960 pixels resolution. Very obviously, the HTC One S becomes defeated by iPhone 4S in display.

    Interface: The new Sense 4.0 version on HTC One S is less visually cluttered than the previous editions, resulting in snappy performance. Not that the dual-core processors on both the iPhone 4S and HTC One S, would have problems running any UI or 3rd party app you throw at them anyway. Both interfaces play their respective branding roles well. You can easily tell which one belongs to Apple iPhone or HTC One S.

    Multimedia: An important element for users to decide which kind of smartphone should be bought. The HTC One S has Beats Audio branding, which works well by plumping the bass sound in headset mode. The iPhone 4S also needs a good pair of in-ear headphones to make full use of its excellent output sound. Another point is that the HTC One series play DivX/Xvid files up to 1080p with no problems, whereas you’d have to convert 1080P DivX/Xvid files for the iPhone 4S, or hit the App Store for a 3rd party player. And with the larger screen, higher contrast and more vivid colors, the HTC One S could produce a better video playback experience.

    Internet connectivity: The HTC One S browser feels much choppier than the one on the iPhone 4S, mainly due to HTC’s overzealous text reflow at each zoom level, but is more functional with its support for Adobe Flash. HTC claimed its One S supports 42Mbps HSDPA for downloading, while the iPhone 4S with 21Mbps radio. Both smartphones have Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS and wireless media streaming capabilities, and with both you have to use dongles to connect to the HDMI port on your TV for mirroring the screens.

    Price: The price plays important role in deciding which phone to choose. If you want to buy one from these two phones, you can go to their home sites for know how much each of them costs if you plan to buy online, otherwise you need to check them in market. The HTC One S is starting from about $550 without carrier subsidies, whereas the 16GB iPhone 4S can be had for $650 at Apple, or $600 at places like Amazon.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S III is rumored to be released in MWC and available in April with excellent hardware configuration

    Posted on January 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    As the successor of the most popular Android smartphone in the market today, the Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy S III has got great anticipation around the world. And the rumors about the release date and specs of this new smartphone continue it way online. The hottest rumor about this new smartphone is that Samsung will release the Galaxy S III during the 2012 MWC (Mobile World Conference), which would start from February 27th and runs through March 1st in Barcelona, and be available in April in market. That means this long anticipated smartphone might be released in quite a short time.

    Samsung Galaxy S 3Based on the model number of the Galaxy S series, we could make a conclusion that the Galaxy S III would mostly be numbered as GT-i93XX, for the first Galaxy S was within the i90xx range, the Samsung galaxy s II opted for i91xx and also the Galaxy Nexus using the i9250. And according to the following image from Samsung’s official page for Uae (UAE), a particular Samsung GT-i9300 has appeared. Thus we could even be more ensured that the new smartphone might on the way to be release in the near future.

    Samsung Galaxy S 3 leaked

    For the specs of Samsung Galaxy S III, there are no confirmed specs yet in the market. But we could feel sure that it would adopt better hardware and software. We’ve heard outrageous rumors of 2.0 GHz quad-core processors, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage. And according to PhoneArena comments over on twitter have the Galaxy S III coming in with a quad-core processor, 12 megapixel camera, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, HD screen and super thin. No matter what the rumors go, it is sure that this new handset would be excellent for you to better your digital entertainment, like watching HD videos on Galaxy S or playing your Blu-ray/DVD movies on Galaxy S for unlimited enjoyment.

    Whether these details are accurate or not remain to be seen. But apparently, this new smartphone is near in touch for all fans. Stay tuned for more information.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S III hardware specifics leaked to surpass all existing mobile phones

    Posted on September 20th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Samsung has possessed quite many members for its Galaxy mobile phone family, yet still on the way to bring new members. The latest news from insiders shows that Samsung is developing the next Galaxy S mobile phone, named Galaxy S III, and planning to push out in market next year. According to the leaded news, the leaked hardware specs of the Samsung Galaxy S III make it possible to surpass all existing mobile phones in the market.

    Samsung Galaxy S 3

    Some Samsung Galaxy S III hardware specs
    2GHz quad-core processor developed by Samsung.
    Built-in 1.5GHz RAM with 16GB memory capacity.
    4.65 inch screen with 1280*1024 high definition display with pixel density up to 352ppi.
    Main camera with 10 million illuminated sensor for 1080P HD video recording at 60fps.
    NFC chipset consolidated.
    Phone body designed with metal and glass material, only 9mm thick.
    Up to 2250mAh battery capacity.
    Ice Cream Sandwich operation system and TouchWiz 5.0 UI.

    Well, the detailed hardware specs for Samsung Galaxy S III are still to be confirmed. These are just people’s anticipations or rumors on the rumored new smart mobile phone. Stay tuned for more detailed reports.

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