Here arrives the big daddy of the smartphone world, from one of the most successful phone manufacturers – Samsung, the most awaited Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung unveiled the sexy beast at London’s Earls Court arena on 3rd May 2012 making a departure from the practice to launch new flagships at Mobile World Congress. It surely packs in much fuel and features to win the race with the dual-core phones and be on par with the quad-core HTC One X. Samsung’s flagship also has turned out the official device of the ’12 Olympic Games.
Samsung leaves out the old reminiscent hardware finish, it’s typical rectangular touch to the phones and changes the outlook of its flagship devices, possibly due to the gazillion patents put forward by Apple.
The S III surely gives the public a premium feel with its ‘inspired by nature’ tag, coming with Gorilla Glass 2 and a polycarbonate touch and not bog-standard plastic. Samsung placing the screen between the recent Galaxy Nexus and the gigantic Galaxy Note, gives the S III a 4.8 inch Super Amoled HD screen with the Pentile matrix technology instead of the RGB fabrication used in its predecessor, the S II.
The home button gives a come-back, after not being around in the Galaxy Nexus. But due to the rounded bezel, the capacitive touch buttons and the home button aren’t in a line giving users a hard time who are use