Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

The Samsung Galaxy SIII has brought a new dimension to tablet phones. It truly lives up to what it says 'Humanizing - Designed for humans, inspired by nature'. I really would have written a whole review for this phone, but I feel the features list is so long that I can't fit them in a single post. For those who think Apple's  iPhone is the best tablet phone, Samsung has just bettered it. 

Samsung Galaxy SIII ReviewI mean how can you just miss Samsung's SIII? By far the best features in any phone.

Highlights

  • 4.8 Inch Super AMOLED HD Display 
  • Exynos Quad Core Processor 
  • Android 4.0 
  • 3G 
  • WiFi 
  • NFC 
  • Bluetooth 4.0 
  • 16/32GB Onboard Memory
  • MicroSD Slot (Up To 64GB Support) 
  • 2100 MAh Battery

Network/Bearer and Wireless Connectivity
2G               - GPRS/EDGE
3G               - HSPA+
NFC            - Yes
Bluetooth     - 4.0 LE
Samsung Galaxy SIII Review
Operating System
Android 4.0( Ice Cream Sandwich)

Display
Technology    - HD Super AMOLED
Color Depth  - 16M
Size               - 12.192 cms
Resolution      - 720*1280 (HD)

Chipset
Type (Dual, Quad) - Quad Core Application Processor
CPU Speed          - 1.4GHz
  
Camera:
8 MP Camera Resolution (Rear)

Other Features:
S Voice, Social Tag & Direct Call

The S voice is a cool new feature, and makes you feel accompanied by a human. For those geeky guys, Samsung Galaxy S3 is waiting for you. Go get one NOW!!

2 comments:

  1. Samsung phones seem have better screens, processors than their rivals, and on top of that they look great. I pre-ordered a Galaxy SIII a few days ago, and now I’m impatiently waiting for it to get to my house. The thing I’m looking forward to most is being able to stream TV and movies on my phone with LTE. I use the Dish Remote Access app to stream things from my Sling Adapter-connected receiver to my phone all the time. I use it most while I’m on my way to work at Dish, and I know that it will work wonders on the new phone if it ever gets here!

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  2. I think the dual core processor is enough :D

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