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One Simple Reason Why Samsung Galaxy S III Beats iPhone 5
(12-12-2012)
 
One Simple Reason Why Samsung Galaxy S III Beats iPhone 5
 

The battle of supremacy between Apple and Samsung is widespread. We’ve seen the tech giant locking horns in almost every department of the tech world. For every model launched by Ap

ple, Samsung had its rival in their arsenal and vice versa. But, here we are talking about the latest offerings from both the tech giants. On one side, we have Samsung Galaxy S III (4G version) and iPhone 5. 
With the advancement in telecom technologies, the perspective towards smartphones has changed as well. Earlier, 3G capable smartphones were considered hot, but now we have 4G in the market. This means that when you are comparing two smartphones you will have to consider it as well. That exactly is the reason where Galaxy S III beats iPhone 5. And we will explain you how.

In order to make use of full 4G services, you will have to have a smartphone that supports 800, 1,800, and 2,600MHz bands. Out of which, Apple’s iPhone 5 supports only 1,800MHz band, which means you will be able to use 3G services provided by only few carriers. This becomes a bit of a problem when you are trying to switch to a different service provider for a cheaper service or for that matter to get better signal reception.

As oppose to that, Samsung’s recently announced Galaxy S III 4G/LTE version will support them all. So, you need to make sure that you get the LTE variant and not just the 3G model, which although has been on sale for quite some time now. 
 

If you want, a handset that is future ready then the Galaxy S III is the best option. That is after considering several other 4G capable models. So, if you don’t want to spend big bucks on iPhone 5, but still want a handset that’s as good as iPhone 5 or even better than it, then wait for the Samsung Galaxy S III 4G/LTE variant entering the market very soon.