Review: Samsung Galaxy S III
UI and Communications Browse/Customize
The GS3 ships with the latest version of the Android browser on board. It's a decent browser, no doubt, and the way in which it's connected to many of the phone's other apps makes it at least partially social. (I like the Google Chrome Beta much better, though. It offers more features and simply looks better.)
As noted above, download speeds were nearly always good. They ranged between 4Mbps and 19Mbps and averaged about 8Mbps. These speeds are more than fast enough for mobile browsing. The one problem I had was with uploads. The average upload speed I got from both devices on both networks was about 800Kbps. That's not awesome, not at all.
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Samsung Galaxy S III (T-Mobile)
4.8" display 720 x 1280 pixels
Snapdragon S4 processor 2 GB RAM
2,100 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, NFC, Headphone Jack (3.5mm)