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Re: I've got the Samsung Galaxy S3, ASK ME QUESTIONS!
Easily pocketable. It's thinner than the Nexus, and without any bulge, which makes it more hipster-friendly :P
Originally Posted by hell911
No issues. Signal strength is about the same as other phones.
Originally Posted by Strauby99
Never used an Incredible, so I can't commend on that specific phone. It's plastic, but it's high-quality plastic. Same as the Note and the S II. Just a different finish around the back.
Originally Posted by Funkpod
There's one coming, but I don't believe it's out yet. And as it lacks gold contacts, you'll have to use a USB cable along with it. (One disadvantage compared to the GNex and One X)
Originally Posted by ansextra
Great in daylight. Haven't tried it at night yet.
Originally Posted by Suge White
The S II is still a great phone, and now it has ICS too. I'd say the S III is a worthy upgrade from any of last year's phones. There'll always be something better on the horizon, but it doesn't look like there'll be anything to beat the Galaxy S3 and HTC One X until the year's end (Nexus time).
Originally Posted by hollywould
It does. Same headphones that came with the Note, by the look of them. They're pretty good.
Originally Posted by jfs101
The music player has been re-vamped a bit. The biggest change is there's now a "music square" that lets you choose tracks based on mood, temp, etc.
I don't have the Titan anymore, but every Windows Phone is slick and outwardly speedy, even on lesser hardware. Like I said though, the S III is the fastest Android phone you can buy, and there's really no lag to speak of anywhere. So yeah, it's as smooth as a Windows phone.
Originally Posted by elvisgp
As for stability, well it hasn't crashed yet
Great. It has GPS and GLONASS support, in case anyone was wondering.
Originally Posted by ReggieTee
Haven't tried many of those features yet. GPS is fine. Auto-brightness is a little on the low side, so I keep it at 40% indoors and 100% outdoors.
Originally Posted by ECrispy
One X beats it hands-down in sunlight. AMOLED's daylight visibility issues are compounded by the fact that the white bezel reflects really, really brightly in daylight.
Originally Posted by rlb
Signal strength is about the same.
You mean the buttons on the headphone wire? Same as on the Note -- play/pause and volume.
Originally Posted by LazrRocketArm