First of all, the Samsung Galaxy S III is very fast, it has a quad-core processor. Then, they’ve also got something new called “S Beam”. It’s zapping 1GB movies to other devices in three minutes and a normal 5MB music file in less than second. By simply touching against another Samsung Galaxy S 3 you are able to transfer files, meaning no need for WiFi Access or a cellular signal.
Samsung have combined some of the latest technology, pushed it to the limit, added their own innovations to come with a very intelligent handset.. They have looked at how people use smartphones and come up with a concept that will adjust to your personal settings as you use it.
The software is intelligent enough to detect your face, voice and motions. Example the face recognition software is able to detect your eyes and adjust brightness for the best viewing experience when reading or browsing. The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been given the ability to “see”. It goes to sleep when you put it away. When you need to use it again, it wakes up. Looks at your eyes, tries to decide what you are doing, and then adjust’s to the best settings available.
The display is a massive 4.8 inch HD super AMOLED with a rear 8 megapixel and front facing 1.9 HD cameras. Perfect for gaming , pictures and video.
With voice commands you are able to send text messages, launch camera and capture pictures. The same voice command technology can be used to play music and control the volume. being powered by the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich gives you access to Android Market and Samsung App Store, where you can choose from several voice assistants.
AllShare Cast gives the Galaxy S 3 the ability to share files across wireless devices such as tablets, televisions or computers. Share screens with other people on your network or transfer the content to a bigger display.
Powered by the latest Android Sandwich Ice Cream Sandwich which means access to Android Market and Samsung Apps where you can download thousands of games and applications.
The video compares the Galaxy S3 Vs Galaxy S2.
16GB, 32GB and 64 GB versions and you can also choose to upgrade your memory storage with an external micro SD that supports up to 64GB.
NFC, GPS and Blue Tooth.
After having been accused of “slavishly copying” and the current “patent wars“. Samsung have been busy innovating and pushed artificial intelligence in their latest smartphone. They have concentrated on functionality of the handset and come up with this technology that revolves around voice, face recognition, motion sensing and made it work harder for you – the user.
Samsung’s future, across the paying field looks very secure. They have the Galaxy Note which is in a market of its own, by itself and doing very well. Their older handset, the Samsung Galaxy S 2 is still hugely popular, and still looks to continue selling well. With Galaxy S 3, they have ensured they will be able to stay focused on designing game changing gadgets.
Samsung Galaxy S 3 wants you to have more than just a voice assistant, it wants to be your companion. It listens to you, talks back and continually learns your habits.