How Does The Galaxy SIII Compare To The Galaxy SII, Galaxy Nexus, and HTC One X?

Now that Samsung has released their latest flagship, the Galaxy SIII, everyone wants to know how the specs compare to some other heavy hitters. The folks at Droid Life have put together a handy comparison chart between the Galaxy SIII, Galaxy SII, Galaxy Nexus, and HTC One X. Click the image above to see the details.

source: droid-life

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  • Spike

    Well it looks like my S2 is going to be getting replaced at the end of this month! Now if I could just find out if it’s USB 3.0 or not! 

    Oh, and is the S3 not coming in 16gb/32gb/64gb? I’m sure I read somewhere you could have upto 128gb (which would be awesome!)

    • Blade

      That is true as they are planning on releasing a 64GB version of the S3, so if you add on top a 64GB microSD… your dreams has came true.

      • Spike

        My dreams will come true IF it has USB 3.0. Imagine transferring 100gb onto a phone via USB2.0 or Wireless N! I don’t have that kind of time!!

  • Bmad185

    The galaxy s 2 on the chart is the international version cause my g2 has nfc an my battery is 1850 if you are gonna do a comparison you should at least put the best version up wtf

  • Curt

    Not impressed with the S3 at all. Specs are almost the same as the Nexus, Yes I know the camera has a little more pixels, the screen is a touch larger, it has 2 more cores, but I bought the extended battery for my Nexus so that is the same. Battery life with only 2100 is not the greatest even with 2 cores, so it will not be as good with 4 cores.  The should have put in at least a 3500 battery in it. 

    Some of the new software is cool, but is the software practical? I didn’t see anything software wise that would make me jump up and down saying I had to have it.

    It still have Touchwiz on it, no thank you. I prefer pure Android.

    Overall, it’s a nice phone, but I will stick with my Galaxy Nexus for a while.

    • Drawz23

      More cores equals better battery life, if I’m not mistaken.

  • EviLRome0

    in the usa (not sure of other markets) we got 2 versions of the SG2 tmobile and att got a 4.52″ screen, 1.5ghz s3 dual-core, nfc, and 1850mah batt ( may have missed something). i understand you snatched the pic off droid-life and all but its a poor comparison. you are focusing on global markets but that does not mean you should make the comparison skewed. 

    also, regarding capacity, there will be a 64gb version. the max micro sd slot available will be 32gig for a total of 96gig not 128.

  • http://twitter.com/bnardpolo bernard

    The samsung galaxy s2 is a great phone. The only reason that I want a new phone is because for sprint s2 is wimax and the s3 is going to be LTE. If it wasnt for that I am happy with the s2. The new evo LTE suppose to be nice. It going to be the first phone that going to  have HD voice for phone calls. Also it have beat by dre. I will have to compare the samsung galaxy s3 to the evo lte. 

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