April 21, 2013
Smartphones have been used widely in our modern community because of its mobility, which shorten the clock stopping time in many aspects. Smartphones are also be used as a small tablet. People can check or send an e-mail, edit Word files, etc. with their phones. Nowadays, smartphone are becoming variety with different technologies to adapt to costumer’s demand. I have researched three latest T-Mobile’s smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the LG Optimus L9, and the Nexus 4. These smartphone’s specifications which I will analyzing are the talk time battery life, display system, camera resolution, operating system, storage, RAM, and the processor of each phone
Summary of Results
Battery life (Talk time)
When people look at a smartphone’s specifications, they usually look at its battery life, especially talk-time hours. The longer the battery can last, the longer people can far away from their charger. The Samsung Galaxy SIII’s battery last up to 13 hours of talk time and 15 days of standby time. The LG Optimus L9’s talk time haven’t been announced by the producer yet, the only thing I know about Optimus’s battery is it provides 28 days of standby time, which is the longest standby time among 3 smartphones in my research. Finally, the Nexus 4 offers 12 hour of talk time with 10 days in standby time.
Smartphone | Talk time (Hours) | Samsung Galaxy SIII | 13 | LG Optimus L9 | - | Nexus 4 | 12 |
The second criteria I have researched is the display system. All of three smartphone have HD display but there are some different between them. The Samsung Galaxy SIII has 4.8 inch super AMOLED HD Screen, which is the largest screen of three phones, with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution. The LG Optimus L9 uses 4.5 inch qHD screen with 960 x 540 pixels resolution. This phone has the lowest resolution of all three. The Nexus 4 has the highest