Samsung announced the Galaxy S III this evening, after a long wait and a lot of hype. Its predecessor the Galaxy S II, has been the biggest selling Android device over the last year. There’s no doubt that the Galaxy S3 has some great hardware including a 4.8-inch 720 Super AMOLED touchscreen, 1.4GHz Exynos quad-core processor, 8MP camera, internal storage plus microSD and a 2100mAh removable battery.
However, given the hype that we’ve seen for the device, it doesn’t tower over existing handsets like we thought it might. We wanted to pose the question to existing Sony Xperia S owners whether you wish you had waited for the Galaxy S3? The Xperia S has its own features going for it including a more distinctive design, higher pixel density display (the pentile display in the Galaxy S3 is a bit of disappointment) and higher resolution camera (12MP versus 8MP in the GS3, although pixels aren’t everything). However, the Galaxy S3 does have a faster processor, higher capacity battery and comes with memory card support. So what are your thoughts now that the GS3 has announced – did you wish you had waited? Let us know in the comments below.