So what’s new in Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone – follows your every move?
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S III with a 4.8-inch H-D Super Amoled screen, 8-megapixel camera and up to 64 gigabytes of storage. You’ve probably read all the rumors and speculation about the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, so what’s new in Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone?
4.8-Inch Super AMOLED Display - makes it one of the largest displays on a flagship phone there is. Compare with HTC’s One X (4.7 inches), the Motorola’s Droid Razr Maxx (4.3 inches), and Apple’s iPhone 4S (3.5 inches). The resolution is 1280×720.
Powered by the company’s own quad-core 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad processor.
“Pop up paly” - allow you to play a video anywhere on the screen while also performing other tasks,
‘S Voice’ on the Galaxy S III - Using your voice, you can launch the camera and take a photo, turn the volume up and down… many more
Motion Detection - If you’re writing a sms to someone, and then you raise the phone to your ear, the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone launches the telephone app and automatically calls the person you were texting.
It looks like, the 4G (HSPA+/LTE) versions of the S III will come to U.S. this summer. Samsung said it will optimize the phones for the LTE and HSPA+ networks. Timing, pricing, or carrier partners have not yet been announced. (image credit- samsung.com)
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