The world leader in smart phone manufacturing has much to be pleased about. Samsung has had a phenomenal run ever since it entered the Smartphone market. One of only the Android devices manufactures to report a profit in the previous year, Samsung currently sails the market based upon the strong performance of its flagship phone Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Notebook.
Samsung Galaxy S3
Galaxy S3 is the latest addition to the Galaxy S line smart phones. Expected to achieve highest sales for an Android based smart phone, Samsung expects the sales to touch the 20 million mark. What makes the Galaxy S3 a hit among the techies are its high specs. S3 features a 4.8 inches Super AMOLED HD Pen Tile display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The 1.4 GHz quad core processor and 1 GB of RAM make it one of the most powerful smart phones in the market. The rear camera is 8 megapixels and has 1080p video capturing ability. The S3 is powered by the latest Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung Notebook 2
Though yet to be available for sale, Samsung Galaxy Notebook 2 is a cause of a number of speculations. It is expected that Notebook 2 will feature 5.5 inch display unlike the 5.3 inch display of the original Notebook. The resolution is expected to be 1600 x 900 pixels. The processing power of Notebook 2 will not be much different than the Galaxy S3 however the RAM may be increased to 2GB. The Android version 4.1 Jelly Bean will most probably the OS used for the Galaxy Notebook 2.
The overall expectations regarding Samsung Notebook 2 are that except for the size, there may not be much difference between the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Notebook 2. Some have even called the Notebook 2 to be oversized Galaxy S3. By the time Galaxy Notebook 2 is released for sale, Galaxy S3 will already be 4-5 months old device. Considering that in mind the price of Galaxy Notebook 2 will be almost same as Galaxy S3. Overall the Galaxy S3 is expected to be preferred as a Smartphone as it is pocket able and more comfortable for users whereas for users who wish to use the Smartphone as a platform for media content, Notebook 2 will be a safer bet.