Samsung Galaxy S3 - camera
The Samsung Galaxy S3 has an eight-megapixel main camera and a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera. Both are capable of 1080p and 720p HD video respectively, and you can even take still full-res pictures while filming. From our limited time testing it out, the pictures we took were sharp and detailed, even in the low light - and all the more helped by being displayed on the stunning screen. The app is a breeze to use too, with some nice extras. The quad-core processor allows for a 20-photo burst mode and also offers zero shutter lag, so the photo you want is the photo you get.
Physical buttons wear out? Iphone 4, i see.... My Galaxy S's physical buttons are still working fine with nearly 2 years of usage.
IMO the physical home button at the middle perfectly separates both the touch sensitive buttons at the sides, which makes it much easier to identify which particular button you're going to use. All touch sensitive buttons like the HTC are a little bit hard to estimate and most of the times you have to try few times before getting it right.
Btw, I'm definitely getting one of these...
Totally disagree with the above comment
" We have to say, we're glad Samsung did this - making everything touch sensitive would've seemed a little unnecessary. It doesn't interrupt the design at all, and feels good under the thumb."
Physical buttons are a pain when they start wearing out. My iPhone 4 is one good example. All buttons should be touch sensitive on the screen. Physical buttons are soooo yesterday ! Much prefer HTC One X's touch sensitive buttons. Full stop.