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Johntxk's review of the Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T)

original version, submitted Jul 8, 2012, 7:41 AM:

New to Android

I traded in my 32 gig iPhone 4S for this phone on Friday. My main reason was simply for screen size. The 4.8 inch screen is much easier on my middle aged eyes.

I'm now discovering the ease of the Android os and am looking forward to the Jellybean upgrade. With the new google maps I cancelled my AT&T navigation which is a savings in itself.

The Bluetooth streams music to my Dodge truck u-connect without the annoying skipping after receiving a text. So I have now put my auxiliary wire away.

The ability to group contacts beyond favorites only is a bonus for me as I have 100s of business contacts as well as co-workers, friends and family.

I'm still learning about the other advances but having had three Blackberry phones and two iPhones I have to say this is the best so far.

Pros: screen size, Bluetooth, os

Cons: none that I can think of. The battery is still better than my iPhone

edited May 4, 2013, 4:28 PM to the current version:

New to Android

I traded in my 32 gig iPhone 4S for this phone on Friday. My main reason was simply for screen size. The 4.8 inch screen is much easier on my middle aged eyes.

I'm now discovering the ease of the Android os and am looking forward to the Jellybean upgrade. With the new google maps I cancelled my AT&T navigation which is a savings in itself.

The Bluetooth streams music to my Dodge truck u-connect without the annoying skipping after receiving a text. So I have now put my auxiliary wire away.

The ability to group contacts beyond favorites only is a bonus for me as I have 100s of business contacts as well as co-workers, friends and family.

I'm still learning about the other advances but having had three Blackberry phones and two iPhones I have to say this is the best so far.

Pros: screen size, Bluetooth, os

Cons: none that I can think of. The battery is still better than my iPhone

Update: after almost a year with the phone I can say it was a very good device. However, the battery life was rather short. I turned off the location setting on Google+ and that helped. I just switched to HTC1 and the screen is extremely better than the Samsung.

 

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