Bot the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Motorola Blade are expected to hit the US any day now. The Motorola Blade looks destined for Verizon and may come under the guise of the Motorola DROID Fighter. As for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, it is expected to make its way to all 4 major US carriers with almost identical specifications
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Motorola Blade (rumored specs comparison)
Now given that the top Android smartphones on sale in the US market right now comprise of the Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy Nexus, Note, and DROID RAZR MAXX, both the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Motorola DROID Fighter are expected to jump right into the spotlight. The folks over at AndroidAuthority for one have pitted both the devices against each other in some kind of rumored specs battle. Surprisingly, both devices seem almost evenly matched. Read on.
Starting with the display, both come in with screen sizes of around 4.6 to 4.8 inches and 720p resolution. Under the hood, both the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Motorola DROID Fighter are rumored to pack 2GB RAM but the Galaxy S3 will feature a quad-core processor versus the dual-core on the Motorola DROID Fighter. But given that the current Snapdragon S4 dual-core processors have been found to be more powerful than the Tegra 3 quad-core chipset, we may be surprised again. Lastly we get to the batteries. The Motorola DROID Fighter is speculated to come with the same 3,300mAh battery that made the RAZR MAXX long lasting. As for the Galaxy S3, it isn’t expected to get a battery any larger than 2,000mAh however given that its screen size is larger and so are the overall dimensions of the phone, don’t be surprised if the 2,500mAh battery found in the Samsung Galaxy Note is shared with it.
Theoretically, would you go with the Samsung Galaxy S3 or the Motorola DROID Fighter? Or is the release schedule that will make you decide which of these superphones will be yours? Sound off in the comments below.