The touchscreen is one of the features which the Samsung Galaxy series has long been renowned for. The Galaxy S2 sports a 4.3 inch super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, with a resolution 480x 800, providing excellent display quality along with a number of other benefits such as wide viewing angles, consistent brightness (even in direct sunlight) and great colour rendering and light representation. The Samsung Galaxy S3 has a similar touchscreen, with the main differences being the size and resolution. At 4.8 inches, it is considerably larger and to ensure a high pixel density, the resolution has been increased to 720x 1280, meaning the handset is capable of displaying high definition content making it the ideal device for multimedia use like watching movies and playing games downloaded from Google Play and Samsung Hubs.
When the Samsung Galaxy S2 was first released, it was one of the most powerful Smartphones on the market thanks to its 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, the first Samsung smartphone to sport this technology. The Galaxy S3 has gone one step further, and is the first Samsung device with the quad-core processor. At 1.4 GHz, this makes it one of the most powerful smartphones out there, as a quad-core processor is only found on a couple of other smartphone models at the moment. This provides the handset with almost unrivalled performance, and users will notice benefits in the responsiveness of the touchscreen, the speeds of the interface, fast downloads and web browsing speeds, and superior multitasking efficiency, made possible by the extra processor cores which can be dedicated to a specific task.
As a camera phone, the Samsung Galaxy S2 ticks all the boxes, and a number of the camera specifications are shared with the new model. These include the 8 megapixel resolution and high definition video capture of 1080p. Of course, there are also a number of differences in the camera. The Galaxy S3 has a number of unique features such as the ability to capture simultaneous photos and videos as well as a feature which can capture a set number of consecutive photos after tapping the capture key just once. The powerful processor also ensures that the camera interface is super quick, and up to 3.3 photos can be captured per second when manually taking photos.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 has already sold in excess of 10 million units, and this number is rising every day. Until the Apple iPhone 5 is released later this year, it looks set to remain one of the most popular smartphones on the market.
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