Seminar Essay

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Nowadays, Smartphone is one of the important things in our daily life, it allows user to check email and offer a complete internet experience. Besides that, Smart Phone is one device that takes care of your handheld computing and communication needs in a single, small package. In Malaysia, Samsung S3 and iPhone 5 have been introduced and became popular as compared to other smart phone. (“2012 Fendelman,” par.2)
The Samsung S3 is a smart phone developed by Samsung. The device was released in 28 European and Middle Eastern countries on 29 May 2012, before being progressively released in other major markets in June 2012, prior to release, 9 million pre-orders were placed by more than 100 carriers globally. Interestingly this Samsung S3 using the theme of the human sense of appropriate for those who are concerned with a simple but attractive style. Sales of Samsung S3 smartphone are getting overwhelming response from the fans of Samsung's own. (“2012 http://mobilityworlds.com,” par.1)
The iPhone 5 is a touch screen based smart phone developed by Apple Inc. It is the sixth generation of the iPhone, On July 30, 2012, the iPhone 5 would be unveiled and released, along with some accurate predictions of its features. Interestingly this iPhone 5 design to the public is more interesting and unusual than the previous iPhone. Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing said iPhone 5 is the most beautiful consumer device that we have ever created and many people have given positive comments about its products this time. We have packed an amazing amount of innovation and advanced technology into a thin and light design and we think customers are going to love it. (“2012 http://mobilityworlds.com,” par.3)
Many customers have given feedback where both these smart phones are in high demand and they are happy all use. There are now saying that the two smart phones have own strength. However, Samsung S3 and IPhone 5 have their own specialty and comparison in terms camera, design, software, battery and prices.
The first comparison between iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 is design. Before going to the specs war, design is a very important matter to many buyers. In the case of metal versus plastic, and hard lines against smoother curves, the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 have quite different approaches to handset design ("2013 Williams").
Apple has taken aggressive measures to make the iPhone 5 as thin as possible. The two iPhone models released prior to the iPhone 5 featured have glass panels on the front and rear, which gave the phone’s a hard and solid feel. However, rear glass plate has now been replaced with metal and aluminium that lets iPhone 5 very slim and lightweight phone ("2013 Williams," par. 8).
Besides that, the iPhone 5 model is just 7.6 millimetres thin with the weight 112 gram ("2012 Brooke Crothers"). To make that happen, Apple engineers had to think small, and they used aluminium to make iPhone 5 thin and lightweight...

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