Galaxy Trap: This Samsung Smartphones Beware!

From top to flop

The top models galaxy S2 and S3 of the galaxy are not only fully in line with the trend, but also on the current state of the art. The advertising takes advantage of the great interest and also buyers for small models is trying to inspire. What the ads like to mention: With internet and apps be any fun some cheap devices, because the deals are far worse: Who wants one, should so look closely! The photo gallery shows the features of all galaxy model and shows the shortcomings of flops.

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Be sure to observe at the time of purchase to the following values:

Screen: The display of the galaxy S3 is gigantic and very sharp (12.2 cm diagonal, 1280 x 720 pixels). On other models, as the galaxy pocket, it is very small, however, and pixelated to smartphone, no fun! As a general rule: Finger away from equipment with less than 8.9 cm (3.5 inch) diagonal and resolutions of 320 x 240 pixels or below.
Pace of work: Smartphones are small computer they work too slowly, the operation is to the torment. Android devices also need a quicker processor as the iphone or windows mobile phones to achieve the same operating speed: In the galaxy, he should work with at least one gigahertz for complex apps and many data a twice 1.2 ghz dual-core processor is recommended.
Camera: You want to print your cell phone photos later, at least a five-megapixel camera should be installed. As well, the picture quality is really, can be determined only in the test. Watch videos on your PC or flat-screen TV only from a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels hot out.
Android version: Vulnerabilities and speed brake of the operating system were only removed from android 2.3. An update on android 4.0 is only available for the top models galaxy S2, touch and R. The galaxy S3 already has ice cream sandwich from the factory.

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