Galaxy SIII Mini vs Galaxy SIII vs Galaxy Note

Remember that story about Goldilocks and the three bears? The little tike broke into their house, gobbled up some porridge, tried out some chairs and then went and had a kip on all the beds. The naughty little sausage.

But what’s “just right” for you eh? The big Galaxy Note (this is the Note I in the video below), the SIII or the smaller SIII Mini? Well, I decided it was worth a photo special and a video overview.

We’ve already added a Galaxy SIII Mini review so I thought I’d do some comparison shots. My wife loves it, and she’s probably not the only one. There’s definitely quite a few people who don’t like the “slightly bigger than my last handset”-size of the SIII, and the SIII Mini received comments like “cute” and “sexy”, so it can’t be bad at all.

In day-to-day use I found the dual-core 1GHz chip kept up pretty well and, although the camera is 5 megapixel (compared to the 8 megapixel on the bigger brother), it took some crackin’ shots. This is the white one obviously, but you can buy the blue version too with contracts starting at around £13.56 per month on those cash-back deals.

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  • Tom Ranson

    I wish I got comments like ‘cute’ and ‘sexy’. :-p

    • Anonymous

      You are cute and sexy. Happy now?

      • Tom Ranson


  • patrick

    leigh since you are a android/samsung fan do you think samsung/android are building phones for the user in mind with quality and thought into there products or just trying to get as many phones out there ???

    im seeing alot of phones coming out from other company and for me would rather have 1 or most 2 on each cycle.

    i dont see what they gain from a mini the cost to the S3 is nothing just seems wrong