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Samsung Galaxy S3 - camera
The Samsung Galaxy S3 has an eight-megapixel main camera and a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera. Both are capable of 1080p and 720p HD video respectively, and you can even take still full-res pictures while filming. From our limited time testing it out, the pictures we took were sharp and detailed, even in the low light - and all the more helped by being displayed on the stunning screen. The app is a breeze to use too, with some nice extras. The quad-core processor allows for a 20-photo burst mode and also offers zero shutter lag, so the photo you want is the photo you get.
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Why would you want 3d? Its a horrid fad. Majority of people would abhore a 3D screen because its unecessary, gives many, many users headaches, 3D is reccomended not to be used by under 5's, the cost of implementation would be astronomical and what would it actually achieve?
No smart phones are waterproof. I recalla purple Motorola which was waterproof back in 2003. Simple way around it; dont drop it in a sink. Thats just a daft point and shows how stupid your expectations are. You dont go purposely putting it in a sink, or using it next a full bowl of fairy liquid do you? Course not. Just ridiculous
Ofcourse, you can always buy a 3rd party waterproof case. So that solves another of your problems.
You get iPlayer and ITVplayer on the phone along with youtube. What more would you want? You can get skygo for a fee, so I just dont get your point on that neither.
Why would you want books installed like an encyclopedia on your phone? Regardless, Application market place cures that itch.
Quite frankly, all your points are moot and stupid.
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All you need is to be able to ring someone if you are going to be late/car's broken down and soforth - you don'5t need to be attached to for phone 24 bloody hours a day!
When a new version of technology comes out I am a bit sceptical with regards to mobiles having an additional I on the end signifying it’s a step up as on occasion I have seen in comparisons that you end up with an extra 2cm of screen size and a justification on the additional £100 or £200 you have to pay for the ‘New’ and latest gizmo, however here you have the Galaxy SII on one hand and the Galaxy SIII on the other, just a quick review the SII has an impressive Dual core processor and the SIII has a Quad Core, there are additional specs that the SIII has that the SII hasn’t and I would recommend that you compare the two side by side you will be pleasantly surprised and the difference in price is amazing too!!!
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