Samsung’s latest Android offering, the Galaxy S3, has found some way to slip into the news for the past 4-5 months. Starting with the crazy pre-launch rumors, and ending with the recent “unprecedented demand” controversy regarding the device’s US release, the Galaxy S3 has been in the forefront. Regardless of whether it was a genuine mistake or an incredible marketing strategy, it seems to have paid off, with Samsung looking at blowing past previous profit record. Everything has finally settled down, and consumers can now get their hands on all available variations (network carrier and color) of the Galaxy S3.
It’s now time to move into comparison territory! Today, we bring to you the biggest competition the Galaxy S3 faces, and that is the Galaxy S3 itself. Confused? We’re talking about the White Galaxy S3 vs the Pebble Blue Galaxy S3. Let’s take a look at Clayton’s video review.
I’m actually more inclined towards the Pebble Blue Galaxy S3, which looks absolutely amazing. The bezel is obviously, more noticeable on the white device, along with the camera and the sensors. That being said, the chrome accents on the white device definitely stand out, and as mentioned, the white finish looks a little more sophisticated.
But it’s not my opinion that matters. It’s yours! Let us know which version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 you would choose, the white, or the pebble blue. There’s a poll awaiting your votes, and you can always leave us your comments in the section below.
On a side note, for anyone who noticed that the Sprint Galaxy S3 is running Android 4.1 Jellybean. I’m sorry to disappoint but Sprint is NOT shipping the device with Android 4.1 pre-installed and that is, in fact, a Jellybean custom ROM that has already been released.