HTC, Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 Comparison and Specifications

Sara Cunningham February 24, 2013 0
HTC, Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 Comparison and Specifications

Talking about leading brands of smartphones, there’s a lot. But HTC, Samsung and the iPhone will top the list.  Samsung Galaxy S3’s release was a blast, the iPhone 5’s launching was fully packed, seems like it’s not yet over. HTC One is on its way and reviews on comparing the specifications of these three are posted on the web. HTC One is said to be released in March, with a high rate of expectations.

HTC, Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 Comparison and Specifications

Samsung Galaxy S3 probably has the widest display for Android phones. It has a 4.8 inch high definition Super AMOLED. At the same time, it has 306 pixels per inch while iPhone 5 has a Retina display of 4.0 inches with 326 pixels per inch. HTC One has a brilliant 4.7 inch display with a pixel of 468 per inch.

HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 all possess an 8MP camera. All of these handsets provide a very clear resolution when it comes to taking pictures. It can also record a 1080p HD video from its rear cameras. But, HTC One has a 4MP camera in front. With each of its camera features, it brings confusion to people choosing from one of these handsets.

The iPhone 5 has an auto-focus feature that takes a panoramic mode depending on your preference. It also has the popular face detection feature. Moreover, it has 1.3GHz quad-core AG processor, 16GB storage with only 1GB RAM.

Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy S3 has 2GB RAM and 32GB storage capacity. It is also equipped with 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos processor. However, HTC One has 2GB RAM and 32GB storage capacity too, but the Sense 5 it features makes the difference. With Sense 5, it will allow users to have a customized news streaming using the BlinkFeed.

These three brands of smartphones are a powerful cast, but it is expected that the HTC One has a lot more to offer than the other two. But we will never know until HTC One’s release in March 2013.

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