Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has finally been officially unveiled at a ceremony in London. The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been the subject of many of our stories and speculations and has now become a reality. Since the iPhone 4S went on sale, Samsung has been determined to make a smartphone that will match the authority from Apple. Let’s see together if he succeeded in that…

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has a giant 4.8-inch screen

First, and not without reason, notice that the Samsung Galaxy S3 has a giant 4.8-inch screen. It is an HD Super-AMOLED display. In addition, the Koreans have installed an 8-megapixel camera in the Samsung Galaxy S3, as well as the Exynos 4412 – a quad-core processor.

Exynos 4412 – quad-core processor, Ice Cream Sandwich OS – S Voice, Smart Stay, and more.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 must not lag behind in the software part of the story, so future users can count on the Android 4.0 version (Ice Cream Sandwich). That means good multitasking, as well as the innovations that ICS brings with it. In that sense, Samsung has enabled users to use the S Voice service, or “powerful voice command”, something like Apple’s Siri. So if you want to call someone it is enough to say their name or tell the alarm when to wake you up. Simple and cool, right?

Samsung Galaxy S3 White

The great stuff with the Samsung Galaxy S3 doesn’t end there. Namely, the 1.9-megapixel front camera recognizes your eye movement and keeps the screen illuminated as long as you look at it. This option is called Smart Stay and is truly unique.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is only 8.6 mm thin and will be available in blue and white. The Samsung Galaxy S3, according to its creators, brings a natural experience because “see what you see, hear what you say, share what you love”. Simply, a device has been made that can function in some things like a human being.

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