This time, Apple is really experimenting something unique with its forthcoming iPhone. However, I have previously described about the leaked iPhone 5 images and specifications. On the other side, Samsung Galaxy SIII is no way vulnerable than any existing Smartphones in the market. It’s pretty know that the smartphone has 4.8-inches AMOLED display screen. The South Korean Company has sculpted the device with Corning Gorilla Glass and Glossy plastic, besides it has 0.34 inch-thick body.
Samsung Galaxy SIII is supporting latest Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks on the variant carriers— such as AT&T, Verizon, US Cellular and Sprint in the U.S.. The device is powered by 1.4 GHz Quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 Soc processor and 2 GB RAM (which gives the device a snappy experience).
At the Foxconn’s annual shareholders’ meeting, company’s CEO–Terry Gou–said, “A company with a track record of snitching on its competitors. I respect the Japanese and especially like their execution and communication styles. Unlike the Koreans, they will not hit you from behind.”
The CEO said that iPhone 5 could put Samsung Galaxy SIII to shame, but we are still waiting the Apple’s next generation Smartphone. However, it seems that Terry has not got permission to explain anything about the new iPhone from the Apple headquarters. Anyway, he hasn’t say anything about iPhone 5 on that basis we could accept that Apple’s forthcoming Smartphone is better than Samsung Galaxy SIII.
On the contrary, the CEO told a lot about its newly formed relationship with Sharp, which will provide future iPhone components. A video has been provided below which is showing that Samsung Galaxy SIII is more fragile compare to Apple’s iPhone.
Samsung has introduced Siri’s rival (S Voice) in its Galaxy SIII smartphone. However, I have already discussed that Samsung’s S Voice is non-vulnerable than Apple’s Siri. In addition to these, Galaxy SIII has numbers of features including S Beam, Buddy Photo Share, All Share Play, All Share cast and more. User can transmit and receive the data (1 GB movie file within three minute) without Wi-Fi or cellular signals and irrespective of distance.
Apple has announced numbers of integrated features–like deep integration of Facebook and more– for its iOS 6 at WWDC this month. Undoubtedly, it will give advantage to iPhone 5, but it’s does not mean that it will dominate over Samsung Galaxy SIII. Apple has also integrated it own mapping app with iOS 6, but I think, the company still needs to work out on its mapping app because in this realm Google is quite ahead than Apple. We might give some preferences to iOS 6 over Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich but rest of paraphernalia will come when the device will be launched in the market. Do you still think that Apple iPhone 5 could put Samsung Galaxy SIII to shame?