Samsung’s new Galaxy S III ad takes on the iPhone 5

“It doesn’t take a genius,” according to Samsung’s new ad, to see that the Samsung Galaxy S III is a better handset than Apple’s new iPhone 5. “The next big thing is already here,” it says.

The ad, which Samsung will start running in national and regional newspapers tomorrow, does a side-by-side comparison of the two phones, with the Galaxy S III appearing superior…

Admittedly, the S III looks better on paper: larger screen, better battery life, more RAM, and a longer list of features. But, to be fair, Samsung lists things like “Turn Over To Mute,” “Tilt To Zoom,” and “Shake To Update” for its handset, which comes off as trying to pad the stats.

Anyway, technical specifications have never really been Apple’s cup of tea. You won’t find it putting 8-core processors in its handsets, or things like NFC, just so it looks good on paper. No, Apple’s strengths are its hardware, its reliable software, and the “it just works” mentality that comes with all of its products. If you’re a specs person, the iPhone’s probably not for you.

 

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I am interested in all the different technologies in this world. I love all the new Apple technology out there. In my free time, I write about all the new tech news out there and I love to play tennis, soccer and swim! I own a Macbook Air, 2 iPhone 4′s, iPad 2, and a lovely iPhone 5! And have you heard about the new iPad Mini, I am also getting that too! I am also a photographer! I love taking photos about nature and a lot more!! I always keep my two iPhone’s handy with me and my laptop no matter what! I haven’t really showed my pictures to anyone but when I do, everyone will be amazed!! :)

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Author: Sachit Sharma

I am interested in all the different technologies in this world. I love all the new Apple technology out there. In my free time, I write about all the new tech news out there and I love to play tennis, soccer and swim! I own a Macbook Air, 2 iPhone 4′s, iPad 2, and a lovely iPhone 5! And have you heard about the new iPad Mini, I am also getting that too! I am also a photographer! I love taking photos about nature and a lot more!! I always keep my two iPhone’s handy with me and my laptop no matter what! I haven’t really showed my pictures to anyone but when I do, everyone will be amazed!! :)

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