Samsung Galaxy SIII The Best Phone Ever ?


Apple’s iPhone series biggest competitor Samsung Galaxy SIII is the Google’s best Android weapon.

HTC’s One X is pale against the new Samsung Galaxy SIII’s 4.8″ Super Amoled HD Display attracts more customers to it , but the phone is availaible in only 2 colors , that i would say is a draw back, Pebble Blue and Marble White.

The HTC One X is actually 3g lighter than the S3, but despite carrying both around at once, the S3 still felt lighter, which shows the way texture can affect the way a phone feels in the hand.

Compared to rest of the Galaxy line, the S3 has more in common with the original Galaxy S than the S2, with curved edges the theme in the design language. The home button has also been elongated, although the same menu and back buttons remain from the prequel.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is, according to Samsung anyway, ‘inspired by nature – it sees, listens, responds, and allows you to share the greatest moments’.

Samsung has made a big deal about this new phone, not only choosing to launch it at a big and glitzy standalone event in London but also claiming nearly 10 million pre-orders before it’s even launched.

Lighter and thinner than iPhone 4S, and also S-Voice , a Siri Competitor.

Brushed polycarbonate – you’ve got a choice of ‘Marble White’ and ‘Pebble Blue’ – adorns the large device, which runs in with dimensions of 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm, despite still having to pack in a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen.

The Specification which attract the customer’s towards SIII are :

Screen:

4.8″ Super Amoled HD display

Storage:
16/32/64GB depending on model + expandable MicroSD card

Color:
Pebble Blue or Marble White.

Battery:
2,100mAh(wireless charging optional extra)

Camera :
8MP rear; 1.9MP front

Dimensions:
136.6 x 70.6 x 8.55mm

Weight:
133g

Resolution:
720x1280px(306ppi)

Ram:
1GB

Operating System:
Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Processor:
Exynos 4 Quad (1.4GHz)

Cloud Storage:
50GB DropBox for two years

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Image Courtesy:
Tech Radar

Other Info :
Washington Post
Telegraph

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