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Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 5 Features (Who Is Copying Who?)

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The Galaxy S3 launched by Samsung was a challenge to the market share of Apple. And now with the rumored release of the iPhone 5 just around the corner, Apple is expected to take back what it lost in the last few months. However if rumors serve true, both the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 actually have more in common with one another than you would expect. Let’s check it out.

Samsung Galaxy S3 & iPhone 5 similarities

The processor in the Samsung Galaxy S3 is a Cortex A9 based on the Exynos 4 quad core internationally and if the rumors are true the latest iPhone 5 will also come with a quad core processor from Samsung as well.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 and its 4.8-inch display is exactly 0.5-inches larger than its predecessor (4.3-inches). The iPhone 5 is expected to boast a 4-inch display which is also 0.5-inches bigger than its predecessor the iPhone 4S.

One of the plus points of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the thinness of the handset at just 8.6mm and weighing 133 grams. There are rumors that the iPhone 5 will have a unibody and if so it could be just 7.6mm in thickness, which would make it the lightest and the thinnest iPhone to ever have been released.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has Gorilla Glass 2 to protect the display and it is thought that the iPhone 5 will have it too.

The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S3 is 8 megapixels and the iPhone at present has an 8 megapixel camera. It is thought that the camera on the new iPhone 5 will also be the same.

NFC and LTE is found on the Samsung Galaxy S3 which provides users with a way of making payments and faster data speeds. It is also thought that the iPhone 5 will support both as well.

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