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Published on February 12th, 2013 | by Guest Writer


An Impossible Choice – The Samsung Galaxy S III vs. The HTC Evo 4G LTE

Being in the market for a high end cell phone means that you have a difficult choice ahead of you, there are a lot of great devices on the market nowadays. However, until recently, if you wanted the best of the best then the experts were pretty much in agreement over which model you should buy. The Samsung Galaxy S III has been considered the absolute best device on the market for a few months now, and with good reason. The Galaxy line in general is sleek, good looking and loaded with features. And the Galaxy S III is the flagship device in this range, coming close to perfection, fast, sexy and reliable too. But then HTC released their new model, the HTC Evo 4G LTE. And suddenly, the stakes changed. The Evo has all the features of the Galaxy, and is equally good looking, so does the Galaxy S III finally have some decent competition? We decided to find out, and put the Galaxy S III up against the Evo 4G LTE to find out how they compared. We wanted to tell you which of these two devices you should buy, but in the end we found ourselves with an impossible decision on our hands. When it comes down to it, these devices are just so similar choosing between them really can’t be done…

The Differences in the Samsung Galaxy S III…

here are only two advantages that the Galaxy has over the Evo. The first is in internal storage. The Galaxy comes with 32 GB of internal memory, the Evo with only 16 GB. That means you can store double the amount of music, videos, photos and games on the Galaxy. Secondly, the Galaxy has faster maximum data speeds, meaning that you get slightly quicker downloading and slightly faster opening of web pages. However, since most customers have their data transfer speed capped by their mobile service provider, not many of us ever reach our phones maximum data transfer limit, so this isn’t really a huge advantage. And that’s it.

The Differences in the HTC Evo 4G LTE…

Again, there are really only two advantages that the HTC has over the Samsung. Firstly, it’s a little faster. The Evo runs a 1500 MHz processor, the Galaxy only a 1400 MHz processor. That means it’s a tad more powerful, snappier and more responsive. Secondly, the Evo has slightly more PPI (pixels per inch) on the display, making for a screen that’s a little brighter, more colourful and sharper. However, this isn’t a hugely noticeable difference, even when the two devices are side by side.

The Impossible Decision…

It really is hard to decide between these two. Does the Samsung Galaxy’s extra storage space make up for the extra power in the HTC Evo? Or do we want a little extra power and responsiveness in our phone and are willing to sacrifice internal memory for it? Truth be told, these are both excellent devices, and we really can’t choose between them. We’d be happy with either of these phones, truly.

Phil Turner  has an Orange sim only phone, even though he now lives in Ireland. It works out cheaper than paying roaming charges when he visits the UK.

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