Next IPhone’s Competition Is Here: Samsung Milky Way S III Top Rated Handset On AT&T, Sprint, And T-Mobile
Don’t similar to what the smartphone marketplace has to offer? Come back in a couple of months and you’ll find something better.
On tip correct now, according to Consumer Reports : the creatively launched Samsung Milky Way S III.
This will roughly certainly be the handset that Apple ‘s next iPhone will be deliberate against. Apple hasn’t mentioned when the iPhone 5 will arrive, but the next chronicle of Apple’s iOS smartphone program is due this Fall. A new iPhone will may arrive with it.
The Milky Way S III, right away offering by ATT , Sprint, and T-Mobile ” and forthcoming to Verizon July 10 ” ‘is a of the many modernized Android chic phones we’ve seen,’ writes the consumer digest’s Mike Gikas Friday.
The Samsung Milky Way S III is rising as the most appropriate of a call of new high-end handsets that take advantage of zippier processors, access to high-speed ‘LTE’ networks, and large high-definition screens.
The successful shopping guide raved about the phone’s ‘huge’ high clarification (720p) display, intelligent camera software, and long list of additional features Samsung updated to the batch Android smartphone program granted by Google .
Nevertheless, Consumer Reports found a couple of flaws: ‘some of these features didn’t always work as promised,’ Gikas notes.
That reflects my own experience: consumers will scapegoat a few of the gloss they’ll find on Apple’s iPhones in swap for access to a toybox full of engaging new program features and cutting-edge hardware.
Don’t similar to that tradeoff? Wait. A improved smartphone will arrive, eventually. It might even be an iPhone.
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