What is it?

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the latest flagship device from Samsung Mobile after the huge success of its predecessor, the Galaxy S2. There have been improvements all across the device, and Samsung have really upped the ante in order to make it the most powerful mobile device in the market at present. However, considering this would be Samsung’s flagship device throughout the year and might provide early competition for the iPhone 5 (which is arguably the most anticipated phone of 2012), Samsung did have to make some serious changes and improvements in order to make the phone as powerful as it could. However, it’s not only about power when it comes to Samsung, and the beautiful curves and classy outlook of the device goes a long way in convincing a potential buyer to make the purchase.

Specifications:

Beneath the hood, the Samsung Galaxy SIII really sets about to make an impression. The phone functions on a Exynos 1.4 GHz Quad Core chipset, with a Mali 440 Mhz dedicated Graphics Processing Unit to ensure blazing fast speeds and a powerful performance. Browsing and using heavy apps is not an issue at all on this device. The phone has a 4.8” Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720p. If you look at it, you will be hard pressed to find a better looking screen that the one on the Galaxy S3. Apart from that, the phone has a 8 MP camera that can take pictures up to a maximum resolution of 3264×2448 pixels. The phone features HSDPA and HSUPA, as well as Wi-Fi a/b/g/n. it also comes with a NFC chip on board to make transactions much easier.

Features:

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is laden with distinct features. It comes with S- Voice, Samsung’s own voice integration software and has an intelligent front camera. The ambient light sensor responds to the light on the outside in order to make the screen as clear as possible, while the front facing camera tracks the movement of your eyes. In case you fall asleep while reading or using your device, the phone automatically shuts itself off in order to conserve battery life and to protect its functions, making it a highly intelligent device. Apart from that, it features all of the standard sensors such as a barometer, gyroscope, and proximity sensor amongst various other functions and features.

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