Apart from this, there is not a lot between the two phones, as far as we can see. The Galaxy S3 is likely to feature a quad-core processor, delivering 1.5GHz.
And if you thought a 12MP camera was decent, rumours are circulating that the Galaxy S3 will have a massive 16MP beast. This is yet to be confirmed, but if it happens then Sony will struggle make the case for the Xperia S.
The Xperia S is very good looking phone, featuring a 4.3 inch LED backlit screen giving us a nice 1280×720 display.
And given that the device comes with a very impressive 12MP camera, the Xperia S is quality through and through. That’s not to mention the dual-core 1.5GHz processor inside.
One drawback however is the operating system. The Xperia S will initially only come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which could have many customers opting for something elese.