Samsung Galaxy S III: Technology that Charms Big Time

Samsung Galaxy S III is the new Android phone on the block, with a whole new set of features. This new piece of work is determined to live up to the expectations of the buyer running on its Ice Cream Sandwich OS.

Powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and featuring 8MP rear camera (1080p video capture) it is all set to create waves in the market. It has a 4.8-inch 720×1280 Super AMOLED display with Samsung’s TouchWiz overlay enabling an easy user interface technology.

To add to all this it has a number of amazing software like S-Beam and Buddy Photo Share. One wouldn’t call it all that pricy considering what it offers. For a 16GB its sums up to $199 and a 32GB is $249.

Samsung Galaxy S III is mostly plastic with rounded corners and edges that taper. It is an amazingly thin phone which is light weight and handy thanks to the plastic. There’s minimum number of buttons with one long button right below the display and two others, one for volume and phone lock.

It is loaded with the state of art features like Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, and TechTiles. TechTiles is a new NFC sticker that works with any of Samsung’s NFC-equipped phones and price around $14.99 for a pack of five.

The brand new Group Cast feature helps in sharing PDF, PowerPoint, or a photo gallery. The motion controllers offer a variety of features to arrange and rearrange icons, zoom in and zoom out images and what not! The only let down is the voice recognition system, S Voice that is not as smart as its sister Siri.

The camera speed being splendidly fast doesn’t meet the picture quality with is mediocre. Equipped with a series of screen modes and the Share Shot feature that enable us to upload it soon after the picture is snapped are totally cool.

Samsung Galaxy S tops the charts when it comes to speed, having a 2GB RAM. It has a 2100mAh battery which is pretty decent but the NFC and Share Shot feature eats up a lot of battery. The battery is removable enabling battery swapping if one wants to judiciously use power.

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