Samsung Galaxy SIII

Published May 4, 2012 by vishalvkale

  1. Android 4.0
  2. Default User Interface – Custom Skin By Samsung
  3. 4.8-inch touchscreen with an HD Super Amoled display at 1280 x 720 pixels
  4. 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with a zero-lag shutter speed to provide instant image-capturing. There’s also a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera
  5. Voice Command Feature S Voice
  6. Eye Movement Tracking
  7. 2100mAH battery
  8. 16GB internal, 1GB RAM
  9. 1.4 GHz Quad Core Chip
  10. Samsung has announced that every user of Galaxy SIII smartphone will get free 50GB cloud storage from Dropbox
  11. Samsung Galaxy SIII is expected to launch in India in June at a price tag of Rs 38,000 approximately.
Turn off an alarm with a voice command…. phone that tracks eye movement while you are reading ebook etc – and adjusts screen brightness when you fall asleep… 2100mAH…. Quad Core… 8 MP Camera…. 

6 comments on “Samsung Galaxy SIII

  • There is a reason why iPhone is still regarded as the best phone in the world. Apple has extensive after service worldwide. All minor repairs which can be done at Genie bar are free for lifetime. They also give you free replacement if they can't repair inhouse if the product is within the guaranted period. And if not then they charge almost just little then Hal price for a brand new replacement. No phone maker has these kind of service. Offcourse S3 must be a great phone but they cannot convert apple fans into their customers. After service makes a lot of difference guys. Also all apple products have strong body and make whereas Samsung uses cheap plastic body. No good at all.

  • To each his own, Anand…. I might prefer Samsung purely for its user interface, display quality and software – for example. You might prefer iPhone due to your stated reasons. For me, the clincher is that iPhone is not an android phone… and as far as the Market is concerned – the rate of growth of Android is faster; the market seems to be accepting Android. Part of the reason for that is google and its open source approach: which translates to free apps for the user. Whereas, in iphone free apps are not so plentiful! The iphone vs android battle has yet to be settled either way, so just let me state that currently the chances are on Android- remember the PC? Macintosh lost purely because it did not enable the development of secondary companies – it held on to its technology. Similarly, the open-source impact of Google Android means Android will develop faster… that is my view

    And as regards quality and service, on both counts I have found Samsung phones to be absolute tops!

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