Samsung Reveals Galaxy S III
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S III, its new global flagship phone for 2012. The phone sports rounded design, 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display, 8-megapixel main camera, 2-megapixel front camera, and NFC. It runs Android 4.0 with a new version of Samsung TouchWiz that trims back some Samsung's earlier customizations, while adding smart features, such as using the front camera to keep the screen lit as long as the user is actually looking at the phone. It also sports automatic facial recognition in photos taken, linking them to contact photos in the phone, enabling easy sharing and album grouping by person. The phone sports a glass front with gently rounded edges and a coated polycarbonate back plate. The international version sports a quad-core Samsung processor and will be available in two colors and three sizes of internal memory: 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB. It will also support SDXC memory cards, up to 64 GB, for up to 128 GB total storage. Samsung said that a version of the S III will be available for U.S. LTE networks in June.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S III, its global flagship phone for 2012. We spent a bit of time with it.
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Samsung today announced that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be made available to all U.S. variants of the Galaxy S III in the coming months.
Sep 1, 2012
Apple has asked a federal court overseeing one of its lawsuits against Samsung to add several devices to the list of smartphones and tablets being targeted. Among the new devices are the Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note, and Galaxy Note 10.1.
Jul 16, 2012
Samsung today provided an explanation of sorts for recent system updates sent to U.S. versions of the Galaxy S III.
this phone is good smartphone
will it ever come to Sprint?
Not as bad of a wait for the SIII as it was for the SII
This is just fine! Hope Verizon doesn't screw with it too much! S4 processor would be just fine with me, just load webpages fast, that's all I ask of a processor!