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Samsung Galaxy S III

Samsung Galaxy S III

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is a smartphone designed, developed and marketed by Samsung Electronics. Like its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S II, S III is a touch screen based, slate Android smartphone format, with additional software, hardware expanded, and a redesigned physical. It employs an intelligent personal assistant (Voice S), the eye-tracking capability, increased storage, and a wireless charging option. The S III version was released with Android 4.0, “Ice Cream Sandwich”, and is updated to version 4.1, “Jelly Bean” in the fourth quarter of 2012.
The S3 has a 4.8in screen and is certainly great. It is a slim phone from front to back so it’s more manageable than you think. The video playback on a mobile is always a priority debatable – if you can not see on TV, a tablet makes more sense – but 4.8ins high resolution Super AMOLED screen with its vivid colors and contrasting black, this makes a possibility that before. The back camera has an 8 megapixel unit with LED flash. There’s a microSD slot that will accept cards up to 64 GB in size, potentially giving up to 128 GB of storage if you opt for the version with 64 GB of embedded memory.
TecTiles is another addition to the fun little strategy comes with NFC Samsung Galaxy S III. TecTiles are small stickers with a chip inside of them. Then using an Android application, which is programmed to perform a specific action, such as sending a text message or even create a reminder. You can place these labels in any physical location, and then tap the phone to one to start the pre-programmed action. Unlike beam S, TecTiles works with any phone with Android NFC capability, even though the launch TecTiles’ was timed to coincide with the debut of the S III.


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