iPhone 5 - My Favorites, No Reason.
1. A6 CPU/GPU built on the 28 nm process. 2. Qualcomm MDM9615 built on 28 nm process with GSM, CDMA and 3GPP LTE support. 3. Capable of supporting all known cellphone frequencies on a single phone design, so it\'s a true \"universal\" cellphone. 4. Will include NFC that is compatible with Sony FeliCa and ISIS mobile payment standards. The former is very necessary for sales in eastern Asia. 5. Will use a 4.0 to 4.3\" IPS touchscreen LCD (AMOLED not yet due to still-high production costs). 6. Will use iOS 6.0 with new 1280x768 resolution support so larger display is considered \"Retina Display.\" 7. Will keep current iPhone 4S rear camera sensor, but with a better LED flash.
I definitely see this as the iPhone 5. No doubt about it.
That is very smart of you. If you don\'t like it then no worries you will still have your 4 or 4s.
i think iphone 5 it\'s better but you have to wait until he will be released !!!!! it will be in store in few month so wait and i think iphone 5 for at%t will be cheaper !!!!
When the pictures of the teardrop iPhone surfaced in the Spring of 2011, almost everyone (including me) got their hopes up for some fantastic iPhone redesign that would blow our socks off. While that redesign did not happen, Apple still managed to produce a phone that completely shows up the...
There isn\'t much to say. Apple too gdgt\'s top-rated iPhone 4S, stretched it, shaved it, fed it some Red Bull, and unleashed it upon the world.
It\'s surprisingly thin. It\'s AMAZINGLY light. And it\'s FAST! What more could you want in a phone? Instead of doing one thing best, the iPhone 5 does EVERYTHING and it does it with style.
The iPhone 5 may not be terribly innovative, but it does deliver that package better than any previous Apple product, and better than just about any other smartphone.
Because of the competition between Apple and Samsung, the phones are more better
Samsung Galaxy S3 is better,thinner than iPhone 5
Dimensions: 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm
Wight: 133 grams
Display: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED (1280×720) ; Pentile (no Plus);
Processor: Exynos 4 Quad @ 1.4Ghz for HSPA version
Rear Camera: 8MP Autofocus, Flash, Zero Lag Shutter BSI Image sensor
Front Camera: 1.9 MP HD, Flash, Zero Lag Shutter
Video: Full HD 1080p Recording and Playback
Connectivity: GPS with GLONASS
Networking: 802.11n Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4
Storage: Available in 16/32/64GB and supports microSD expansion
Other: 21Mbps HSPA, LTE supported and Micro SIM
Operating System: Android 4.0.4
In fact, I like the Samsung Galaxy S2 much more
The handset official specs include a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display with a 720p resolution (1,280x720 pixels), HSPA+ connectivity, an 8-megapixel camera, 2,100mAh removable battery, as well as a quad-core Exynos processor. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as its operating system
new quad-core Exynos processing juice, a 4.8-inch, HD Super AMOLED screen and a handful of Galaxy S III-only features in an earnest bid to maintain its place at the top of the Android pile.
the 4.8-inch screen is counter-balanced by the thin bezel, resulting in a shape that is still comfortable to hold. It feels very light, a mere 133g , and measures 8.6mm deep across its central waistline
Now I\'m waiting for their Exynos 5 Quad, 2GB RAM, SAMOLED+ HD, 12MP, all-black, non-glossy, yet-to-be-announced-or-even-conceived device.
S Voice: It responds to your words: you can tell it to wake up, answer, even take a photo.
I think the Galaxy S3 is very good, but it\'s a little bit too big
The Galaxy S III is the smartphone U.S. Cellular subscribers have been waiting for. The S III is the most powerful Android phone in the nation today, and it now runs on the most-beloved network.
This is the closest thing to perfect in a phone, that Samsung has done in a long time... Now if Samsung can speed up there OS software upgrade cycle ,and get 4.1 Android on this phone they\'ve got a true winner!!! Design wise, it should\'ve been a full touch screen phone like the Galaxy Nexus....