Two affordable non-iPhone smartphones. One Android operating systems. One choice. Out of the two best Android smartphones on the market, the Samsung Galaxy S3 V HTC One X, which would you choose?
One of these phones has already won our hearts at The Huffington Post. The HTC One X, if you must know. And the Samsung Galaxy SII could do as soon as it's released.
The two phones are very similar, so T3 has prepared a handy head-to-head, spec-to-spec comparison of the two phones (above), comparing like for like in a visual comparison of two great offers.
Here's a breakdown of the two super Android smartphones to make your decision easier.
The S3 has a 4.8 inch super AMOLED HD screen with 1280 x 720 resolution. The HTC One X is just .1 of an inch smaller at 4.7", also with 1280 x 720 resolution.
THE POWER BENEATH:
The S3 packs a quadcore 1.4GHx processor. The HTC One X also has a quadcore, at 1.5GHz.
Both are super light. The S3 is 133grams, the HTC One X is 130grams. Would those 3 grams sway you?
HOW IT WORKS:
Both operate on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, S3 on 4.04, One X on 4.0.
IMAGE IS EVERYTHING:
Both have 8mp cameras, 1080p video. S3 has a 1.9MP front-facing camera, One X has 1.3 MP front-facing camera.
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