1A Quad-Core Processor
3A New, Thinner Design
The nice thing about the Samsung Galaxy S III is that it comes with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with the company’s GalaxyWiz software on top. What does that mean? It delivers a neat experience for mobile customers. Apple’s iPhone 5 will likely launch with iOS 6, meaning its software will be much better than the iOS 5 flavor found in current iPhones.
The corporate world hasn’t always loved Apple and Samsung, but as of late, the companies’ devices are making inroads into the office. Employees are increasingly requesting them and upon further inspection, IT decision-makers are finding value in them. There’s an awful lot of enterprise value in the iPhone and Galaxy S III.
8A True Dual-Camera Solution
Although Nikon and Canon are best known for their cameras, mobile devices, like the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III, will continue to be major winners in the digital camera world. As a result, Apple and Samsung have bundled dual cameras into their products and will likely do so for all upcoming handsets they have planned.
Looking ahead, the world of mobile connectivity will rely heavily upon 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology. The ultra-high-speed networking service offers near-broadband performance while away from WiFi. It’s bundled in the Samsung Galaxy S III, and it will likely find its way to the iPhone 5, as well.