Samsung Galaxy S III V/S Samsung Galaxy S II – New V/S OldCell Phones Comparisons — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 27, 2012 at 4:18 am
With the dust still setting from one of the very amazing smartphone fights has seen, and stardust’s clouds swirling over an entire review, its time to come back and take a simple look at 2 great phones. 2 interesting chapters in Android history, 2 milestones of Samsung’s growth to the top.
Keeping head cool about gadgets such as these 2 is not the simplest of things however one needs to be relax and rational in issues of upgrade and, finally, money. To get sure out of the way, the Samsung Galaxy S III encourages a strong HD screen and double CPU cores of its predecessor. It is a simple as that and more than sufficient for majority of people. What we are attempting to do here is see closer at differences among the 2 generations and check out what upgrade costs and what is its worth.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is undoubtedly an improved equipped phone. Here is a quick list we threw together to support you get a thought of what Samsung progressed on with S III, however also why still S II is a smart model.
Why Samsung Galaxy S III is better?
- Good battery backup
- Thickness is much uniform, but not slimmer
- Speedy graphics, quad-core processor
- Bluetooth 4.0 LE
- GLONASS support
- S Voice, S Beam, 50GB Dropbox, smart alarm, and so on
- 64GB storage facility
- Snapping images while recording FullHD video
- Big 720p screen
Why Samsung Galaxy S II remains good enough?
- Constant SIM slot
- Similar amount of 1GB RAM
- Lighter, thinner device
- Cheaper to purchase new, lot of 2nd hand deals also
- Equally nice camera with 1080p video, 8MP stills
- SuperAMOLED plus screen
All the reasons are listed, cost is possibly the huge ace up the Galaxy S II’s sleeve, yes it has become old, however it remains a very strong device. Around the SII there is a vibrant developer community that may give it Android 4.1 Jellybean, also in case Samsung resolve not to do that formally.
On the other hand, in case you are later the crème de la crème in Android, the list is bit short and SGS III is on it. Samsung has treated Galaxy S III as a droid royalty, and smartphone is receiving lot of cool accessories, fancy software, AllShare, and it is actually a lock for Jellybean update. To get complete image, we will have to see at software and hardware, camera and performance.