While MorningLemon.com HQ are iPhone 4S users, it’s not as though we’re beholden to the device or company that makes it. Far from it, we’ll gladly use whatever is the best device for our specific needs.
The times are-a-changin’ when it comes to Android devices. Finally, Google has recognized that for Android to gain any sort of strong foothold as a brand, there must be some sort of standard interface and functionality rather than allowing manufacturers de facto control over the look and feel of the device. We’ve seen numerous enhancements in Ice Cream Sandwich that enable a level of stylistic control and device similarity that Google wasn’t able to promise earlier. Volume is the name of the game, and this is where Android will succeed – for that to happen, you have to take control and homologate the visual design of the core OS and take it away from the manufacturers, who will always lean towards gimmicky and poor design if they feel it’ll earn them a few extra points on their quarterly results.
When it comes to the Galaxy S III – you get everything you want, and more. With new and enhanced features like Smart Stay, Direct Call, Social tag, S Voice, S Beam and a 4.8 HD Super AMOLED display – you can be certain that, for right now, this is the best phone on the market.