Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 5: The Best Of The Best

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There have been numerous videos showing us a comparison between the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S3. Likely they will continue showing us a comparison between the many features of the two handsets for some time to come.

Samsung Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 5 (video comparisons)

This is even more likely when you take into account the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will very soon be updated to Jelly Bean, and then it will a whole different ball game than with ICS. Until then though, here are two videos which take a look at HTML5 in both handsets, and the other a direct comparison of both superphones.

HTML5 is said to be the future and Apple users will have found this out when their MacBooks started to get hot due to Flash content being played in the web browser. This happens to be one reason why iOS doesn’t have Flash as standard and is welcoming HTML5.

HTML5 of course is not just a single entity; it has lots of different items. Some browsers will have support for just certain parts of HTML5, and this means that there is a long way to go yet before it becomes fully adopted. In the first video it looks at the features of HTML in relation to the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S3. The aim of the comparison is to find out which platform is best in the real world.

The video shows what hardware and software is the most prepared for HTML5 and it goes on for over 20 minutes. Some of the aspects of the latest iPhone 5 will shock you, as Apple are always pushing this type of tech.

The second video is shorter and compares the overall specifications of the two handsets. All of the things you would expect are reviewed, including main features, design and ratings are handed out for different areas. So if you’re still contemplating between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5, grab some popcorn and hit play below for your answer.

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