Competition b/w Samsung GS2 & GS3.We compare the Samsung Galaxy S2 to its own new Brand mobile handset, the Galaxy S3.
HERE WE ARE..:
The Galaxy S2 framed of an iconic visual style of its time and place, like the Apple iPhone, it seems more angular and slab-like shape, with slightly softened corners and a 8.5mm profile.
Samsung is known for using durable plastics.Meaning we know the GS2 fall apart any time soon, but the handset does have a slightly cheap feel for a premium model, particularly on the back panel.
Samsung's successor and latest model, the Galaxy S3, this time Samsung make a set like HTC's One,more valuable and unique in shape. Samsung said the design was inspired by ‘pebbles'.
Colour choices of screens and body of GS3 are either blue or white.
Like its GS2, the GS3 features a physical home button and ‘back' and ‘menu' controls, meaning Samsung has chosen to forgot Android Ice Cream Sandwich's (ICS) on-screen touch controls.
We mentioned before Samsung's use of plastics and this has do with GS3 also. The problem here is that unlike HTC, Samsung hasn't opted for a high-quality plastic. The bodywork has a very tacky and cheap feel, it's extremely shiny and shows up finger prints a lot.
GS3 looks great in our view, we really like the shape, the size is not like the original GS2 as Samsung has made a larger screen into a similarly-sized body, and the colour choices are different.
In terms of appearance, we think the GS3 is better here, though the GS2 still looks good.
Samsung GS2 is fitted with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus capacitive multi-touch display, featuring Corning Gorilla Glass, an 800x480 pixel resolution and a pixel density of 217 pixels-per-inch.This is still one of the better displays on the market being very sharp, bright and vivid with rich colours and good contrast.
The Samsung GS3 is a considerable upgrade, however. Samsung has managed to squeeze a massive 4.8-inch screen into a body not much bigger than the GS2. Not only that, it uses Samsung's Super AMOLED HD technology for an improvement over the Galaxy's visual quality.
The resolution of GS3 is an impressive 1280x720 pixels and churns out a pixel density of 306ppi, for a screen of this size, is quite an achievement. Samsung has used Corning's Gorilla Glass 2 technology so it's just as strong as the original Gorilla Glass but thinner.
Colour depth, contrast and brightness are all great here, while it may not be the sharpest display on the market it is way up, it does all on a huge scale and, miraculously, in a device that isn't enormous.
The GS3 are more far better than GS2 here.
Samsung is quite generous when it comes to both internal and external storage space,we appreciate this. Both the GS2 and GS3 come in 16GB and 32GB for internal capacity, while the Galaxy S3 has a further 64GB option. All variants of each handset have 1GB of RAM and micro SD capability for cars up to 32GB in capacity.
The GS3 is again better than GS2 here by having that higher-end 64GB option.
GS2 boasts a dual core ARM Cortex-A9 processor running Samsung's own Exynos 4210 chipset clocked at 1.2GHz with a Mali-400MP graphics processing unit (GPU) in tow.
Performance is silky smooth and you should have no problems running even the most intensive games and apps or demanding levels of multi-tasking.
The GS3 is Samsung's first quad core smartphone. It's still running ARM Cortex-A9 cores, although of course there are now four of them, but this is on the company's new Exynos 4212 chip clocked at 1.4GHz.
It still uses the same Mali-400MP GPU as its GS2.
Samsung has put again a great kind of processor in GS3 and raise it`s apperance and value against GS2.So we can say that GS3 again far better than GS2 here.
GS2 has been updated to the latest Android build, version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), these phones are both on the same platform. With Samsung's TouchWiz interface on top you'll broadly get a similar user experience with both.
Here again GS3 has worth more tricks than GS2.
This includes things like the phone being able to sense when you put the phone to your ear while typing a text. Smart Stay is a feature which uses the front-facing camera to detect when you're viewing the screen or looking away, the phone will appropriately toggle the screen on or off accordingly.
GS3 includes a new take on voice control with S-Voice, which will allow you to do a variety of things, such as activating the camera by saying ‘I want to take a picture', or taking the phone out of standby mode by saying ‘Wake up'.
The GS3 includes a range of unique features.
For now we'll again say that the GS3 has opetional features and interesting phone to be use.
Both handsets GS2 and GS3 run 8-megpixel primary cameras with back-illuminated sensors (BSI) and resolutions of 3264x2448 pixels. Features shared by both devices include an LED flash, geo-tagging, autofocus, touch focus, face and smile detection and image stabilisation. Both also capture video at 1080p.
The GS3 distinguishes itself with some extra features including the HTC One range's ability to capture simultaneous HD video and still images, and a rapid multi-shot capable of taking 3.3 photos per second with virtually no shutter lag. It also has the ability to pick the best photo from a bunch and to automatically detect friends' faces in pictures via social networking.
Samsung's latest GS3 carries a lot more things in terms of features and the image quality we saw was brilliant.
So the final question is that which set is more suitable to be use,well if we go through the features and things we talks about it earlier,we can see clearly that GS3 is far more better than GS2 but we can`t ignore the GS2 because it has also made a huge records and most marketing mobile was.It has also a very unique shape and display and a good features inside it,but the final thoughts say that GS3 has better than GS2,it is stylish,it is bit like HTC,it has alot of configuration which hasn`t any mobile yet.So go for Samsung GS3 and have fun with it.