After a lot of wait at last Samsung introduced its much awaited Samsung Galaxy S III and its specs are also great. So we are competing it with HTC One X, its is also a big beast. The One X which goes on sale on AT&T in just a few days and some lucky persons are now receiving it. Both Phones are high end devices. So let’s start:
The Galaxy S III has a quad-core Exynos CPU, which should post some impressive benchmarks but it may launch with dual core processor in U.S. The One X uses a quad-core Tegra 3 internationally, but a dual-core Snapdragon S4 in the U.S. The Galaxy S III also uses a larger battery than the One X: 2100 mAh compared to 1800 mAh. The One X offers just one option: 16GB of internal storage, with no microSD card slot for expandable memory. The Galaxy S III, on the other hand, will come in either 16 or 32GB flavors, with a 64GB version
Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X feature large 720p displays, though the Galaxy S III screen is slightly larger. Samsung Galaxy S III packing a 4.8-inch SuperAMOLED HD display while the HTC One X comes with a 4.7-inch Super IPS LCD 2 display. Both displays have a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels but the HTC One X comes off with the better display because of slightly higher pixel density.
Samsung Galaxy S III is bigger than the HTC One X though not by much with its dimensions of 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6 mm compared to the 134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm of the Taiwanese flagship handset. Despite being heavier at 133 grams compared to the One X’s 130 grams. The Samsung Galaxy S III is a bit slimmer by 0.3mm at 8.6 mm than the 8.9 mm thin One X.
Both Devices come with Android 4.o Ice Cream Sandwich. The One X features overlay, while the Galaxy S III includes Samsung’s TouchWiz. Both phones can connect to your television via DLNA or MHL, and both phones include support for mobile payments through NFC.
HTC and Samsung are making a lot of noise about cameras. Both phones have 8MP rear-facing cameras that can shoot 1080p video. The camera in the Galaxy S III is flush to the back, while the HTC One X’s camera protrudes slightly. The One X has a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video chat, while the Galaxy S III is packing 1.9 megapixels.
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