Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

                         

With the galaxy S3 reviews we can note that this phone has been on market for the past two years but has since then been superseded by the Samsung Galaxy S4. Furthermore, with the recent update to the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and the reduction in price, the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S5 has made this old phone into lifeline.

This phone has a gorgeous 4.8 inch 720p resolution display, has sleek lightweight design and features a quad-core processor as well as a slot for microSD card. It also has a better batter battery life, is easy to use and has great features as well value for money.

Design

In terms of design, the Samsung Galaxy S3 reviews features a glossy plastic back that is commonly associated with cheaper handsets. The back plate is made of polycarbonate which makes it tough but is not scratch resistant. It is 8.6 mm thick, 70.6 mm wide, with a height of 136.6 mm and weighs 133 grams.

In addition, the phone is designed with central physical home button flanked by a pair of capacitive touch buttons. It is a touchscreen and has an on-screen primary keyboard. It has a smooth glass face (Corning Gorilla Glass 2) which is scratch able but impact resistant with tapered edges.

Display

Reviews on Samsung Galaxy S3 in terms of display shows that this phone has an excellent screen. It is an upgrade from previous versions with an amazing size for watching videos or playing games. The display is also very colourful and sharp because of the Full HD 1 280 x 720 (720p) pixels and great viewing angle as well. This phone has some drawbacks when it comes to brightness as the automatic brightness is most of the time off. This means you have to keep on adjusting the brightness manually to your preference.

When we compare the Samsung galaxy S3 to the Galaxy Note, this device is smaller in size but is slimmer than the rest, tallest and widest apart from the Note. It has super AMOLED display and pixel density of 306.

Performance

In review of the Samsung galaxy S3 performance, it features a sheer horse power over most of its competitors. It operates on a 1.4 GHz quad-core Samsung Exynos 4212 Quad processor that is based on ARM’s Cortex A9 architecture. This makes it have a faster performance as it can load apps quickly with a smooth interface.

When we compare the app load speed of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and that of iPhone and HTC One X, it is behind the two phones as their app loads are very fast. It has the Mali-400 MP4 graphics which when put through battery test it does well. It has 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory storage space with an expandable memory of 64 GB.

Cameras

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has 8 MP main camera and 1.9 MP front camera with a single LED flash that is helpful in low light conditions. It has an image resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels and can shoot 1080p video. The main camera features include Digital zoom, Digital image stabilization, Face Detection, Simultaneous HD video and Image recording. It features an HDR and burst shooting modes and has autofocus.

Audio

The Samsung Galaxy S3 audio review features a loudspeaker, RDS stereo FM radio and 3.5 mm audio jack.

Battery

The Samsung Galaxy’s battery is larger with a capacity of 2100mAh which separates it from its competitors. The powerful battery takes care of the large screen size and it is user replaceable.

Special features

Special features of the Samsung Galaxy S3 include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth version 4.0, Mobile High definition linkMHL and USB connectivity. It also has NFC, GPS with light, proximity, accelerometer, barometer and gyroscope sensors.

Conclusion

Samsung Galaxy S3 reviewed shows that this is a phone you can’t assume considering the incorporation of technology functionality. With the addition of the NFC and ability to stream video content directly to your TV makes Samsung galaxy S3 a phone worth buying. In addition, it is cheaper compared to its competitors. It has an incredible processor that support faster downloads and its battery is powerful to withstand the larger scree.