Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X are now considered as the most innovative Android phone around. If you type “HTC One X vs Samsung Galaxy S III” on a search engine. You will find out that there are lot of comparison between these two handsets. In other words, it’s like an endless battle guys!!
I am an Android enthusiasts, pretty much like you all guys and i am also love both HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III. But the thing is, as professional workers, i also need a handset that i can rely on 24/7. You know what they said right? Time is money. So i can’t loose time just because i’ve to turned off my handset to get it fully charged. So, which one of them is best for professional workers? Let’s find out the answer by reading my experience with HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III below.
Both One X and Galaxy S III are currently run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which was the best Android OS until Jelly Bean showed up few weeks ago. But still, ICS bring a huge leap of interface and features from Honeycomb. It’s change how people think about android OS. Casual users now able to do their task more efficient and fast, while professional business spotted an opportunity to use Android as their new-reliable platform. That is why i am really appreciate the fact that both HTC One X and Galaxy S III are running on such OS. In addition, without any doubt, they are upgradable to Jelly Bean.
So, there should be no more question about the performance of these two handsets. That is why i start to compare their build quality. From this aspect, i think HTC did better job than Samsung. Don’t take me wrong guys, both One X and Galaxy S III are coated with plastics, but HTC make it feel less plasticky and slippery. In term of UI, i really can’t compare TouchWiz and HTC Sense UI. Both are able to make my work more efficient. They are look stylish too!
Bottomline, both HTC One X and Galaxy S III should make a good upgrade for all of you who plan to use Android as your business phone. But just like i said earlier, professional users need a device that can provide trusted performance all day long, 24/7. In this case, i would like to recommend Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx. I know it has less cores, but this handset has unbeatable battery life. Both One X and Galaxy S III posses mediocre battery unit that even unable to last for a day!
But if you put on high value for Google’s support, you better pick a Galaxy Nexus instead. If there’s any new update from Google, Galaxy Nexus is guaranteed to be the first to receive it. For example, it is recently upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, while on the same time there still no words about such update for One X and Galaxy S III.
Some of you might not satisfied with my comparison, so let me tell you this. If you’re forced to pick between One X and Galaxy S III, i suggest you to go with HTC’s phone. Both of them offer similar system performance, so why don’t you pick the one that packed with more solid chassis? Off course if you’re a heavy business users, i’d still like to recommend using Droid RAZR Maxx.
What do you think about my opinion guys? Agree with me?tags: Android 4.0, Comparison, Galaxy S III, HTC, One X, Review, SAmsung, Versus