They kinda are.
No where in that comparison does it mention, RAM, or Speed. Also they're comparing a phone with 64 gigs of space? With cloud computing who needs 64 gigs?
You going to buy a phone looking for pixel density and the fact it's smaller (also with a smaller screen) and has a camera button? Or the fact that the App store has 25,000 more apps. (400,000 vs 425,000)
By all objective standards the GS3 is a better phone.
I recently read a review of a Samsung tablet (iirc) and the guy went on about how Samsung is finally getting it.
It isn't about the extra cores and Ghz that and GB this.
It's about how a person uses the product. And, in his review, he thinks Samsung has finally made it there (well, almost).
Unfortunately I can't find the link right now but it was a nice article because that's exactly it.
And people like you just don't get it.
The specs are meaningless to me because the i4s and the iPad do what I want them to do.
I have never had any reason to complain about the load time for anything so why would I care about the specs if that isn't a factor? Nor has memory ever been a factor. Yet, I'm supposed to be all outraged because I can't expand my memory with a microSD.
This is what I mean about what the BFD is.
I like something different from you and for which cannot be explained over a forum and without going through a comparison by actually using the two products.
At the end of the day you prefer your Samsung. Congratulations! Good for you.
I prefer iOS.
So I like something different than you. BFD.
Why do I have to be made into some Android sheep?
Why do you and MCC feel so compelled to herd Apple users into the Android system?
Do you still not understand that competition between systems (especially between open and closed systems) is good for all of us?
That means that you get what you want and I get what I want?