Samsung presents Galaxy S3: Should We Call It the Best Smartphone Ever?
Samsung unveiled the hotly anticipated Samsung S3 with extremely powerful features but very easy to use. This successor of the Galaxy S2 comes with a larger display of 4.8 inches HD super AMOLED with a resolution of 1280X720 pixels. It runs on Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich operating system and a quad-core Exynos processor and has a 8 megapixel camera with zero shutter lag feature. The device is available in pebble blue and marble white colors,
The phone houses a removable battery of 2100mAh with a wireless charging option and gives a range of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB internal memory storage along with an option of MicroSD card slot which can extend the memory to an extra 64GBs. It has 1GB RAM for running apps. It has a HSPA+ connectivity and other connections include Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi Direct, DLNA, an MHL-compatible micro USB port, headphone socket with NFC connected to the battery unit.
Speak to your phone…
Tell your phone to wake up, set and snooze your alarm, answer/reject a call, command your camera to shoot,, your say will be your phone’s command.
If you are looking at a contact or texting the person and you feel like talking to them instead, just pick the phone and put it to your ears, it will dial the number for you automatically, no more hassling around with your call logs and contacts
Lets you link the faces in your photo album with their social media streams, so whenever you look at the pictures, you see your friends’ current status.
The phone recognizes your eyes, when you are looking at the phone and stays bright till the time you are looking at it (say reading or text something) and goes to sleep once you take your eyes off it.
Gives you a little jilt of vibration when you come back to your phone and you have missed some calls or messages , when you were not around.
It gives you the power of sharing with your nearby friends just by putting your phone together, making it easy and fun and also gives you access remotely into multimedia and documents when you are working somewhere else showering you with the magic of WiFi Direct and DLNA. It also privileges you with Buddy photo share (your phone recognizes faces and links them for you) and AllShare Cast (you can connect wireless to the bigger screen and share a video or play a game) as smooth as butter, totally chaos free and wire free
It also gives you features like Pop-up play, where you can play a video at any place on the screen and do your work while not missing even a glimpse. Best photo feature allows you to click a burst of pictures and then lets you choose the best one and the rest are auto deleted and you can also take a picture while recording a video. The face unlock feature- it will see your face, hear your voice and then unlock your phone. Rumors are that, the S3 will come with a free two year 50GB Dropbox account and Flip board for Android, a popular new reading app previously available only with iOS.
The only disappointment can be its plastic build rear as compared to the expected micro-oxidized ceramic rear and the usage of traditional home button and touch keys instead of the expected bold software buttons.
Overall, Samsung has been doing good in the mobile phone industry and this latest device also has a chance of big success. The plastic build may not be everyone’s liking but the software hardware enhancement certainly draws smartphone buyers and gadget freaks.
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