Apple’s iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III are both 4G LTE smartphones that Verizon Wireless and Sprint. See which of these very popular smartphones is better than the other. Apple and Samsung both have a very popular smartphone recently published Wirefly decided to compare them and see which is better. In this teaser Down comparison test you learn the differences between the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple’s iOS-powered iPhone 5 to see. See how the iPhone 5 will be five of the best Android smartphones on the market today compares: bit.ly among all available phones from Wirefly: bit.ly Check if you are eligible to upgrade: bit.ly Can you estimate your data usage : bit.ly ** correction ** In the video posted the iPhone 5 will display “Retnia” when it really should be written “retina”. Sorry for the pain and the fear that this could have caused typo.


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28 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S III vs iPhone 5 smartphone taste down by Wirefly

  1. cwassberg says:

    The iPhone will always lose to the Android phones because Apple is not its own new ideas like android look at all the various options for the phones, including Flash player to help be more productive in the school system, the overall design of the touch screen or full keyboard, and did I mention the two-parter ship with google so that you can enjoy apps and third-party applications can less money because play doors not cost as much to attract people to apps

  2. JasonFedok81 says:

    I currently use the Droid 2 Global but due for an upgrade this week. urgent in view of the iphone 5, but not sure. could consider the s3. idk though. ? help

  3. kbelanger52 says:

    The funniest thing about any comments about Samsung is the fact that they lost in court, then Apple sued Samsung in the United States over 4 G network and will win what Samsung has around the corner Apple may never catch up, they probably could see it coming But cards are not on the new Apple operating system can find their own, but with both hands lol

  4. StormCityMusik says:

    You know, the top smartphone in the world, if every company she breaks neck on the market against them and do commercials to promote it for you. Lmfao! Long live Apple and the iPhone! I look forward to Apple release a factory unlocked iPhone 5 so that I can use with T-Mobile and their upcoming Refarmed network for the iPhone.

  5. 808galvatron says:

    Someone here said i phone is better. It’s not that its like you are compatible with them. There are some things that i is a phone cant Thurs Because im a gamer, and I can hook up an Xbox Controller Emulator and play games while you also can hook it to your tv hdmi. So i phone freaks you guys are so brainwashed about the android can i phone pretty much do anything and i phone can do. And only now they have a bigger screen, just wow! That was 4 years ago. And if you know android is an open source capability.

  6. heaIthbar says:

    Apple does not have Flash on their mobile apps, just because they regulate every app on its App Store and Flash is just that everyone can an app with flash and on its website that can be accessed anytime, anywhere, but what of the sense Apple’s App Store.

  7. Denise, New York. says:
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    The seller sent me a phone (HTC Droid Eris), the only has been working for three hours before it is completely closed off. I thought it was a battery issure so I went to my local verizon to see if there is a problem they could not solve. They told me that the phone I was completely sold a dud and not only does it not work, that they can not do anything to fix it. They demanded that I talk to the seller and get my money back. Overall, it was a terrible experience and I will never . buy a phone from Amazon wirelesscirle

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     1.0 out of 5 stars NO NO NO! , 27th August 2011
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    Not from another post. This has to be one of the worst phones. I only regret it for Andriod OS and I have it. Extreme to the point where you miss calls tapping keys respond then have to wait another 10 minutes, slow to call back because it was cold. Forget Internet has to offer, apps or anything else this phone. I would prefer my first brick-like flip phone about this. The interface is slow and cludgy and everything takes to start a long time. In 2011, there are a variety of cell phones, are 100x better. So I suggest you avoid this horrible excuse of a phone.

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    This phone is so slow and sticky, can not play at all on it . It should be a smartphone, but you can not even make or receive calls, without the freezing. It’s just a headache. Skip the Android network all together!

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