I know there are currently two active threads on this forum regarding the SIII, but I figured I'd start a new one with hopes that we can simply stick to the device itself and not an OP making silly statements that starts off a war of words. Hopefully we can use this thread much like the HTC One X thread in this forum. With that established, my initial reaction post-keynote was one of wild disappointment regarding this device. I thought it was a less appealing alternative to the One X. However after reading some reviews, I'm starting to turn the corner and think it's actually superior to the One X. Now, there is still a lot that needs to be established. First and foremost I'm curious as to what exactly the LTE model will look like and come with regarding capacity, etc. Will Americans get a neutered 16 GB device or will we hopefully get our choice of 16/32/64. There has also been talk that North America will not get the physical home button, but I'm going to simply assume that we will unless proof shows we will not. Here are my impressions of where the SIII excells over the One X based on the official reviews I've been able to track down. * Physical home button * Superior camera * Potential for 16/32/64 internal memory * Battery percentage indicator * No camera bump on the back * Replaceable battery * MicroSD card option Vlad from The Verge gave the screen his approval. It appears to be a slight notch below the One X however most likely just as good if not better than a retina display. The plastic backing isn't much of a concern for me. It appears to be durable and feels good in your hand. It won't be as nice to look at versus the matte polycarbonate of the One X, but still, not a huge difference IMO. It's also well documented that the One X has issues with multitasking in that the device often refreshes when returning to something (like returning to a text you already begun) and loses whatever you had already created. I'll assume the SIII does not have this issue. I'm still leaning towards getting the next iPhone this fall, but much like the One X, I will be very excited to handle the SIII once it's available in the States to see what it's all about.