The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Every other device in the Whatphone Top 7

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs – everything else. This page has 6 links to detailed reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S3 vs – Each of the other devices in the Whatphone top 7.

I use the Samsung Galaxy S3 as my primary device right now. In my view, it represents the best of the Android market. I love the looks of the product. It has loads of actually useful features. The quad core processor means it never misses a beat. I made my decision after over a month with the HTC One X.

Remember the Whatphone top 7 are the handsets that that more than 90% of Australians buy. The Whatphone top 7 is already a shortlist of devices you can trust.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X. Samsung outsell HTC. And how.

HTC are struggling. Conversely, Samsung have nailed it.  The Galaxy S3 is selling out of the door in an impressive way and, for a while, before the launch of the iPhone 5, outsold Apple. But it’s not always as simple as that. Check out this thorough comparative review of the highest functioning Android devices in market right now and you’ll see why.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One S

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One S. It’s not quite a fair fight when one of the two best in class devices fight and one steps aside to let it’s little sister put on the gloves ! The HTC One S is the little sister and the HTC One X is the best in class Android.

As usual though, the headlines summarize the real story and don’t tell the whole truth. The One S is a sassy little device with a more solid feel to it and in a form factor which will appeal to those who don’t require a plasma sized screen. Add in better battery performance and the idea that, right now, there are no applications which actually use all the processing cycles available in a quad core chip ( i.e. the Samsung Galaxy S3 has more processors than you actually need. )

Considering that, HTC One S is looking more and more like an interesting device. Check out the usual Whatphone forensic deconstruction of both products and you can decide for yourself.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy S2

If you’ve ever seen the film Maverick, you’ll know that while the younger, newer star can draw your attention, you shouldn’t take your eyes of the older version – there’s a trick or two up those sleeves yet ! The same is true of the Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy S2.

The S3 gets all the attention these days with it’s ‘human’ interface and the latest features. But if you want a bargain ( and who doesn’t ) then you just have to take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S2. Over a year old now and approaching a legend in the Whatphone office, the S2 consistently rocks our world as one of the best value handsets in Australia. Get stuck in to the article and let us know your thoughts about what phone, from these two Samsung heroes is yours.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X

If you’ve had experience with Android before, you’re probably not going back and the HTC One X will be on your list of serious devices to be thinking about. Check out the Whatphone review of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X – the hardware is about the same, the operating system is pretty much the same. The price is very different. Which is worth the money ?

The Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The Galaxy Note 2’s is one of the biggest screens in market. But the differences between the Note and the Samsung Galaxy S3 don’t end there ! Check out the Whatphone article on the Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and see which of these two brother devices, from the same family is worth your hard earned. What more could you want to help with your decision !?

So there you have it. If you’ve shortlisted the Galaxy S3, we very much hope that you found the device comparison you were after here. If you didn’t, please drop us a line through our ‘get in touch’ section and give us your feedback.

Full details of the Samsung Galaxy S3 in Whatphone’s Kurt Hands Galaxy S3 review here and in Tim Orange’s Galaxy S3 Review here.

Good luck finding what phone is right for you.


Sept ’12

Written by:
Kurt Hands

Neil Aitken

Having worked in 3 countries for 4 telcos on both voice and data products, Neil is in a position to give you the inside track. Get beyond the marketing messages to the best plan for you.