Which do you think is better and why: iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S3?

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  1. algarveview profile image84
    algarveviewposted 7 years ago

    Which do you think is better and why: iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S3?

  2. dl53acy profile image67
    dl53acyposted 7 years ago

    IPhone is made better!  Apple makes good products.  Samsung is ok, just don't buy from AT&T!!  Just saying...

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      HubTubposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you as far as the iPhone goes.  However, I have had an iPhone with AT&T for almost three years and have actually had very good service.  I like that I can talk and surf at the same time.  Looking forward to buying the new iPhone soon

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    danielabramposted 7 years ago

    The Samsung Galaxy S3 is better: bigger screen, faster processor, better camera, thinner hardware. Everything is better because it is a newer phone.

  4. jessefutch profile image56
    jessefutchposted 7 years ago

    The answer to this is simple. The Samsung Galaxy is better because it sports an Android operating system. Apple products are amazing, useful, elegant and even ahead of their time. The issue is simply the cost. Android offers nearly three quarters of a million free applications, while the iPhone sports a measly few thousand. Most iPhone apps that are truly useful, especially to business people, are not free (and not cheap for that matter). Android is more capable and more easily manipulated to fit the user. iPhone's OS is bulky and locked down like a pie thief in Texas. Apple has the opportunity to move ahead in the race of the ultimate smartphones, but the deciding factor is economics and OS simplicity.

  5. NotPC profile image56
    NotPCposted 7 years ago

    It completely depends on the person using the phone. The iPhone 4S is a great phone for people who like consistency among all their devices. Apple products tend to be more user friendly and have a better support system through Apple Care and other Apple users. However, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is a wonderful phone and is actually the device I personally carry. The screen is much larger than most, if not all other phones. This makes everything easier to read and games easier to play. Of course with any android device, they tend to have more problems in terms of "glitching" and require a more experienced user to troubleshoot these issues. Generally speaking, I would tend to recommend the iPhone 4S to people who are not very technical and the Samsung Galaxy S3 to those who are comfortable using computers and smart phones.

  6. jeffrin profile image61
    jeffrinposted 7 years ago

    S3 has better display having 4.8 inch screen as against iphone 4 has 3.5 inches.

    Also S3 comes with 1GB RAM memory as against 512MB RAM in iPhone 4.

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    venedictposted 6 years ago

    It depends on the individual to choose between the two phones.I will share my experience in buying my phone.First I reviewed the different phones and its specifications using http://www.gsmarena.com and selected the Samsung Galaxy S3.The specifications both hardware and software was upto my desire.The camera,pixels were all great and it was stylish too.When I checked in the price it was too costly.So I got a locked phone through eBay and unlocked it later.I used the unlock code from http://www.superunlockcodes.com/samsung … i/rs16wp9/ and removed the network restriction permanently.This ended up very cheaper for me rather than an unlocked one.


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