iPhone five, Comparison of Samsung Galaxy S III: They share ten Functions With the Apple iPhone 5 announcement expected less than a month away, the battle for supremacy in the mobile market is heating up. On the one particular hand we have the Apple iPhone 5, which, according to rumors, will offer a quantity of [...]
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Earlier today I posted about the comparative merits of Apple’s iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S III, and in doing so it turns out that no matter what my conclusion, I probably helped Samsung move a few Galaxy smartphones.
While Samsung has the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II as its heavyweights for 2012, it has plans on bringing in more players to the fight as well. Reports of no less than 3 Samsung smartphones have now surfaced: the Galaxy S III Mini, Galaxy S II Plus, and Galaxy Premier.
Next week Samsung and Apple go at it in the courts again. I know, what else is new? Anyways, the Wall Street Journal posted some excerpts from Samsung’s trial brief. Of course Samsung’s argument is that they didn’t copy Apple’s iPhone one bit and that they were working on the next generation of mobile phones in the Summer of 2006, months before the iPhone was announced.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) reportedly has pared its Q1 orders for iPhone 5 parts owing to weaker than expected demand, according to two published accounts, at the same time as arch rival Samsung disclosed that cumulative sales of its Galaxy S device, on the market since May 2010, hit the 100 million unit sales mark.
Its no great secret that, in recent years, the smartphone world has been largely defined by the struggle between Apple and Samsung. On one hand, theres the runaway success of 2012′s Galaxy S3 coupled with the rise of the Android platform; on the other, in Apple and its iPhone you have one of the most iconic companies ever and one of the most popular gadgets of all-time.
As if it could be any other way, the just-announced Samsung Galaxy S 4 is Samsung’s, and perhaps even Android’s, best phone yet. In fact, it very well may be the best smartphone on the market, period.
We’ve been through months of speculation, hype, rumors, and leaks, but the truth is out, and the Galaxy S 4 still has much more up its sleeve than the leaks suggested.