With the ability to download at 14.4 mbps and upload at 5.76 mbps, the smartphone will allow you to upload your HD videos in the least amount of time possible. This means that you can quickly upload your HD masterpieces on video streaming websites such as YouTube. Prepare to show off your mad skills in video recording.

E. Looks: Both the phones are impressive in build & looks. They are sleek and light with Nokia Lumia 710 being a touch lighter at 126 g compared to Galaxy S III’s 133 g.

There are also some leaked reports and rumored hands-ons reviews that say the Galaxy S3 will come in with 4.65″ HD Super AMOLED display (1280 x 720p resolution). Just so you know, HD Super AMOLED display is now a company trademark. With the success of their samsung galaxy S8 S2, who can blame them? There are also some that says that this will come in with a 4.8″ display. Well, let’s just wait and see.

After having tested a few Droid units recently, the biggest surprise we found was the weight. You could easily use any Droid unit as a paperweight on a windy day with great success. Not so with the Fascinate. The Fascinate weighs a full 50 grams less than the Droid2, which makes the Fascinate feel more like a toy in your hand, as opposed to the noticeable heftiness of a Droid.

If you are looking for a mobile handset with a large display then these two models should be at the top of your list. Both handsets offer an eye catching design and excellent screen quality but the HTC One X does eclipse its rival in this area thanks to the superior pixel density that it can produce.

Ever got tired of those touch bar phone when texting that requires you to hit each letter accurately, like playing darts? Galaxy’s Swype that has built-in intelligence that can follow the path of your finger in the keyboard, and it will do rest. It’s just a trace away.

Stealth GPS Tracking – This feature enables you to secretly track the Galaxy Tab’s location. The location information is updated automatically at a predefined interval and displayed using Google Maps.