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Re: Quad-core shootout
I've never been as excited about a phone as I am with my Galaxy S3... but reading this:
" but it's the contrast in bright sunlight that stands out the most - even though it's not very bright, the reflectivity of the screen is very low and offers much better sunlight legibility than the rest."
just screams of a biased review. I can see the screen in direct sunlight but it is by no means excellent and the screen is by no means "low reflectivity". Sunlight viewability is pretty poor, again I can still perfectly use my phone, but I've not seen any AMOLED screens do great in sunlight and have seen most LCD's be easier to view under sunlight conditions so I think they are stretching it in that review.