Apple iPad 3 is the latest sensation from the smart phone giant Apple Inc which was released to the market in the month of March 2012. Since from its release, it is making lot of news in the mobile market. T-Mobile’s G-Slate is found to be a firm competitor of iPad 3. Let’s see the real differences between iPad 3 and T-Mobile G-Slate.
You can‘t see much differences between these two smartphones in terms of design. Both look like candy bar with their respective dimensions
The dimensions of iPad 3 measures at 241.2 x185.7 x 9.4 mm and weighs about 662g whereas G-Slate measures at 243 x 149 x12mm and weighs about 620g. IPad 3 makes use of its latest version iOS 5.1 as its operating system whereas G-Slate uses third Version of Android OS. Both the tablets are available in black and white colors.
Apple iPad 3 edges over G-Slate in display section with a physical size of 9.70 inches and a resolution of 2048 x1536 pixels whereas that of G-Slate is 8.90 inches with a resolution of 1280 x768 pixels.
The pixel density of iPad 3 is 264 ppi whereas that of G-Slate is 168ppi. Both the tablets support capacitive and multi-touch touch screen facilities. Light sensor and proximity sensor are the other two features supported by G-Slate whereas iPad 3 support only Light sensor.
Apple iPad 3 is powered by Li-Polymer battery with a capacity of 11560 mAh whereas G-Slate is powered by Li-ion battery with a capacity of 6400 mAh. The video playback time of both the tablets are clocked at 9.20 hours. You can also root G-Slate and get a better battery performance by removing the unwanted bloat wares.
IPad 3 uses Apple A5X dual core processor with a system memory of 1024 MB RAM whereas T-Mobile G-Slate uses dual core 1000 MHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset powered processor. The built-in storage of former one is 64000 MB whereas that of latter one is 32000 MB.
Both the smart phones boast of 5MP camera with 1920 x1080 resolutions with G-Slate also containing Dual-lens.
IPad 3 camera supports array of features like geo tagging, face detection, video stabilizer, auto focus, back-illuminated sensor and touch to focus whereas G-Slate support only Digital zoom and auto focus features. The capacity of front facing camera of Apple’s latest iPad is only 0.3 MP VGA whereas that of T-Mobile G-Slate is 2 MP.
Motion JPG, MOV, H.264 and MPEG4 are some of the supported formats of iPad 3. G-slate supports only H.264, MPEG4 and H.263. Both smart phones support YouTube player with audio and video streaming facility.
T-Mobile G-Slate is compatible with almost all browsers and supports Flash, XHTML, HTML5 and HTML whereas iPad 3 supports only HTML and HTML5. You can also find built-in support for Twitter, Facebook and Picasa.
Both the mobiles are powered with global roaming and navigation facility. GPRS, LTE, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA+ (4G) 21.1 and HSDPA+ (4G) 42.2 are some of the data formats supported by iPad3 whereas G-slate supports UMTS, EDGE, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s and HSDPA 10.2 Mbit/s formats.
Phone features Both iPad 3 and G-Slate:
Organizer supported – Calendar, Alarm, Calculator and Document Viewer
Email- POP3, Microsoft Exchange, IMAP and SMTP
Apple iPad 3 support Bluetooth 4.0 and USB 2.0 whereas G-slate supports Bluetooth 2.1 and USB 2.0. Both are Wi-Fi enabled and support HDMI. You can also connect them to TV-Out, OTA sync, DLNA and Computer sync.
This is the most difficult part. Both Apple iPad 3 and T-mobile G-Slate share head to head competition with IPad 3 succeeding in its Display and Resolution parts. Except these two features both are same and equal.