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Android grudge match: Samsung Galaxy S III wins on features, HTC One X owns design

Despite the hype, it turns out Samsung’s Galaxy S III doesn’t quite dazzle as bright as a supernova. Last night I finally got my hands on Samsung’s hyped Galaxy S III superphone at the CTIA Wireless conference. While the features …
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