Apple iPhone 5 Vs. Samsung Galaxy S III: What We Know
How will Apple's new iPhone stack up to Samsung's premier smartphone? Here's a look at some key considerations.
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The iPhone 4S has an excellent 8-megapixel rear camera; the Galaxy S III's 8-MP backside snapper is no slouch either. So how can Apple raise the bar? One option is to bump up the rear camera's pixel count, although not to ludicrous extremes like the 41-megapixel camera in the Nokia 808 PureView.
It's more likely that the iPhone's front-facing camera, not the rear model, will see the most change. The iPhone 4S's front cam has VGA (640-by-480 or 0.3MP) resolution, which is fine for Facetime video chats. But it's a low-res laggard when compared with the Galaxy S III's 1.9-MP front unit. The new iPhone's front cam will also be centered above the earpiece speaker --that is, if a leaked photo (above) published by Apple.pro turns out to be accurate.
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