Samsung Galaxy S III I9300 review

Posted: May 5, 2012 in Android, Mobile Phones
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Samsung Galaxy S III is powered by a  1.4Ghz quad-core Cortex A-9 processor. It runs Ice Cream Sandwich with the latest TouchWiz v4.0 interface.  Its got a new way to interact with the phone “S-Voice” which is similar to Iphone’s Siri.

Its got a whooping 4.8″ 720p S-AMOLED capacitive screen which uses a PenTile Matrix rather than a conventional RGB one. The resolution is 720 x 1280 pixels with a pixel intensity of 306ppi. The display protection used is the Corning Gorilla Glass 2 which is much less reflective too compared to its predecessor. It supports only micro-sim.

It comes with a 8MP primary camera with LED Flash and supports 3264×2448 pixels. It supports  Full HD video recording. It also comes with a 1.9MP secondary camera , 720p@30fps. Other features include smile detection, Geo-tagging, face detection and image stabilization.

It also comes with a feature called Smart alert which detects when you pick up the phone and vibrates if you have any notifications.

It comes in 3 models 16Gb, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage and has 1GB RAM.

It also has NFC that allows you to easily share files between two NFC enabled phones with a transfer speed of about 1.4 MBps.

Another cool feature is  eye-tracking  which turns on the display if you are looking at the display. cool uh? 😀


  1. Neat Article! After all that hype though, I was hoping for a gamechanger with the Galaxy S III.

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