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t3chn0s1s's review of the Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T)

original version, submitted Jul 27, 2012, 12:40 PM:

The Galaxy S III: The Superphone of Galactic Proportions!

Ever since the original AT&T Galaxy S Captivate I was hooked. The Captivate was my first Android smartphone. I've also had a Galaxy S II Skyrocket , a Galaxy Nexus as well as a One X. While all of those devices were SO SWEET in their own respects the Galaxy S III blows them ALL out of the water hands down. The 2GB of RAM makes this device FLY and lightning fast speeds. There isn't one bit of stutter or lag. All the motion controls are SO useful and EASY to operate. The S Voice app is OK even tho I don't use it much but it's still nice to have... I just can't say enough good things about this handset. I LOVE IT SO MUCH!!!!! My phones have always been such an integral part of my life - my lifeline if you will and the Galaxy S III has managed to fill that job quite well and exceeded my expectations and then some! Well done, Sammy!

edited May 3, 2013, 6:11 PM to the current version:

The Galaxy S III: The Superphone of Galactic Proportions!

Ever since the original AT&T Galaxy S Captivate I was hooked. The Captivate was my first Android smartphone. I've also had a Galaxy S II Skyrocket , a Galaxy Nexus as well as a One X. While all of those devices were SO SWEET in their own respects the Galaxy S III blows them ALL out of the water hands down. The 2GB of RAM makes this device FLY and lightning fast speeds. There isn't one bit of stutter or lag. All the motion controls are SO useful and EASY to operate. The S Voice app is OK even tho I don't use it much but it's still nice to have but Google Now is my preferred choice. I just can't say enough good things about this handset. However, every handset has it's pros and cons. And the major cons of this device are the AMOLED display which you can hardly see outside in sunlight unless you crank up the brightness completely. Battery life is OK. I can barely make it thru a day without having to recharge so I typically carry a spare around if I know I'm going to be out for awhile. The build quality.... well Samsung really screwed up there. The glossy plastic body is not only prone to fingerprints but it also is easily scratched and MUST be protected with a case at all times. I really wish Samsung would take a note from HTC's book in terms of build materials. I realize plastic weighs less but I want a device that doesn't feel cheap. Overall though, this is a worthy device and I don't regret purchasing it.

 

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