Samsung Galaxy SIII review: One of the best gadgets to have launched in 2012

Gadgets that created the most stir in 2012 have been assessed and compiled here as it’s always nice to look back at some niceties from the past and try to predict what lies on the road ahead.

Samsung Galaxy SIII review One of the best gadgets to have launched in 2012-global-annal

Samsung Galaxy SIII: After Samsung SII has been the king of smartphone users heart in 2011, Samsung backed it up with an improved version of the same with Galaxy SIII. Though SIII has remained on the top for some time with its super specifications but it had soon met with a competitor in the form of HTC One X.


Features like a 4.8” Super AMOLED HD screen, 2 GB RAM and 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor have made this gadget the users’ favorite which can load apps faster, navigates on websites swiftly and has great radio connectivity to its credit.


In case of some software add-ons provided by Samsung in addition to the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, some of them are genuinely helpful and the user just gets on cloud nine with them (Share Shot is one such app). However not all such add-ons prove to be as breathtaking and also irk at times with their functionality (S Voice constantly bugs you with its results).


Conclusion: If you are on Verizon or T-Mobile then SIII is great choice however if you are on AT&T or Sprint you may face a dilemma with HTC One X and EVO 4G LTE also present there but you can chose either of the three without having to repent making the choice about any of them.


Samsung Galaxy SIII Specifications:

OS: Android 4.0

Screen: 4.8-inch Super AMOLED

Processor and RAM: 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 / 2GB RAM

Storage: 16GB / 32 GB + Micro SD card slot

Camera: Back: 8MP, Front: 1.9MP

Weight: 4.69 ounces

Battery: 2100 mAh Li-Po

Price: $200/16GB, $250/32GB (w/ 2 year contract)


Source: Gizmodo, mobileworldmag, Samsung


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