Samsung Galaxy SIII: Big Things Always Come In Small Package: [Review]

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After a long wait, Samsung Galaxy SIII has finally been unveiled at London events yesterday. There were lots of speculations related to Galaxy SIII models across the world, but now, a full specifications of the device is available in the market. The company has explained that the device has been designed to provide a better user experience. The device is potentially viable to recognize users voice, understand the their intentions and lets them to share a moment without toil.

However, we have discussed about specifications of the device, but it’s good to explain all these in nutshell. The device features 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display with 16:9 aspect ratio, an 8MP rear camera, 1.9MP front camera, 1.4 GHz quad-core processor and is being powered by Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.

The device is capable enough to detect the users’ face, voice and their motions. Like iPhone’s Siri, it also features S Voice—an advanced natural language user interface–for listening and responding to users words.  It allows users to search contents and control the device including volume control, text messaging, emailing, camera launch and photo capture.

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Galaxy SIII features “S Beam”, which allows users to share 1GB movie file within three minutes of time span and 10 MB music file within seconds even without Wi-Fi or cellular signals.  “Buddy photo share” in the device will allow user to share  photos among their friends simultaneously, while using “AllShare Cast” function,  users can wirelessly connect their Television with Galaxy SIII or can transfer Smartphone content immediately onto a larger display screen regardless of the distance between the devices. Besides, users can also use “AllShare Play” for instantly sharing of any forms of files between Galaxy SIII and Tablet PC or TV irrespective of the distances. The device is currently available in two colors such as Pebble Blue and Marble White, however, Samsung will introduce the device in number of additional colors.

The device has also “Pop up play” feature, which allows users to play a video anywhere on the screen along with performing number of tasks at the same time.  In addition to these, Galaxy SIII has ‘Burst Shot’ function that instantly capture twenty continuous shots and users can select their best eight photograph using “Best Photo” feature. HD Video can be prepared even from 1.9MP of front camera in the device.

Galaxy SIII facilitates users to access “Mobile Payment” through advanced Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. In addition to these, the device is also offering Video Hub, Game Hub and Music Hub to provide high quality movies, numerous social media games and personal music streaming respectively to users.

The company has announced availability of the device from the end of May in European countries prior to rolling out in other global markets.

The device will include an exclusive version of “Flipboard“, a popular social news magazine app, which is currently available only on iOS platform and it will available at “Google Play Marketplace” next year. The company has decided to launch the device on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, US Cellular, and C Spire in the U.S.

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In the U.S, Nokia and HTC released its Lumia 900 and Titan II in the last month. Samsung Galaxy SIII has presently competition from Lumia 900, HTC Titan II and iPhone 4S in the market. In this context,  Samsung Galaxy SIII is no way vulnerable than other devices, and I think, it is even better than its rivals in terms of features. Indeed, the device is outstanding in all aspect and capable to outsell iPhone 4S in the market.

The video might be helpful for you to understand the features of Samsung Galaxy SIII:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D683O1YeozY

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