I know this isn’t a typical subject for my photo blog, but I’m sure there are a lot of people interested in this debate, and I know a lot of you use your mobile phone as a camera simply because it’s always in your pocket and is convenient for those quick snaps where quality isn’t the over-riding factor, and sharing the image online with your friends is all you want to do.

I say with a sad heart that I’ve moved away from the iPhone after 3 years and gone to a Galaxy S3.  I did so for a number of reasons, though primarily it was to get a device with a larger screen for web browsing whilst out and about.

I thought I’d do a quick comparison of the two devices.  I’ve had this comparison sitting in my drafts for a while and I’ve been updating it as I’ve used the S3 more and grown to know it better.  I’ve had it for about a month now, so I feel I’ve spent enough time with it (I use it daily) to really say how I feel about it compared to the iPhone 4S that I’ve been using for the past 9 months, and I still use too – at least for the moment.

I’m not going to go over every little detail, just the main things that I, and probably most people, use daily….see my full comparison here.

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Matthew Maddock is a commercial photographer based in the Lake District, UK. Specialising in the hospitality and outdoor sports industry. He is a Fujifilm X-Photographer and Getty Images contributor.
His portfolio can be viewed at memaddock.co.uk

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