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Samsung Galaxy S3 Review: What The Big Boys Have To Say

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been the daddy for quite a while now, but the iPhone 5 has arrived to shake things up – and it looks like it’s about to get dirty. So is the Samsung Galaxy S3 good enough to stave off this new challenger and retain the current sales streak it has at the top?

Samsung Galaxy S3 review roundup

The Samsung Galaxy S3 chipset, battery and media management are superb, but the phone has had serious flak for rapid battery drain and cheap plastic looks. The iPhone 5, Nokia Lumia 920 and a number of Android smartphones outclass the S3 in looks, and this is a serious flaw. Some topple it when it comes to other features as well e.g. the best camera title has to go to the Nokia Lumia 920, the longest battery life to the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD, and striking looks to the HTC One X+. Even the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 looks out to be a bigger and more feature-packed version of the S3.

So if you’re still undecided what to go for, look at these specially picked expert reviews from the big boys of the tech world on the Samsung Galaxy S3 if you are still unsure about getting the device now that there are new alternatives on the market.

CNET: The Samsung Galaxy S3 is for those who like a powerful phone and can afford to run one. If you’re into 3D gaming, HD video streaming and full-fat websites rather than mobile versions, then the S3 has the right stuff.

Consumer Reviews: They loved the large screen and after playing with the phone at the shop, They couldn’t help but notice the well-integrated and sophisticated UI of the Android OS. If it weren’t for larger screens, they said that they would still be a slave to Apple.

T3: Android fans will love the Samsung Galaxy S3. The only potential rival to it is the HTC One X, but the S3 still wins in features and innovations. It is simply too big for some hands, though.

Alex customizes his cars and smartphones like its going out of fashion. Jumping between Korean and American, not only does Alex provide in-depth reviews but he usually hangs on to the models for some “real world testing” weeks at a time.