Samsung Galaxy S III a Smarter Smartphone
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Samsung Galaxy S III really a Smarter Smartphone

Is Samsung Galaxy S III really a Smarter Smartphone?

Just few hours before, JK Shin, president of Samsung’s mobile division, introduced the Galaxy S III in London. Today, Samsung introduced its new cell phone star, the Galaxy S III to the world. The Galaxy S III takes in account; the few of the benefits offered by previous models and combines them with new elements. Samsung Galaxy S III has got massive specs which will not be competing by any of the other smartphone.

The equipment will be available from 29th May and then come to the world.  The Galaxy S III runs on Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and has a screen of 4.8″ AMOLED Super HD type that under certain conditions is more efficient at using energy than conventional LCD. The resolution of its display is 1280 x 720 pixels.

The design and construction of Samsung Galaxy S III is slim, with 8.6 mm thick, and rounded edges, the company says it is inspired by the curved lines of nature. The phone is a little wider and taller than the Galaxy S II (with 136 mm and 70 mm wide), but does offer a larger screen than the Galaxy Nexus in a similar format.

Although the Samsung company did not say so explicitly, executive statements prior to the date and a video shown during the presentation suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S III has a 4-core processor at 1.4 GHz clocking frequency, joining Samsung and HTC, LG, Huawei and other manufacturers, who also had this type processors in February in their smartphones.

Both the processor (called Exynos) and AMOLED screen are manufactured by Samsung by their own and they are keeping the secrets behind them.

The S 3 also has an 8 megapixel camera capable of recording Full HD video and take up to 20 images in one take, and then choose the best (as offered in upcoming smartphones BlackBerry and HTC).

The Samsung Galaxy S III is offering a high definition front camera, which plays a role beyond the video call. The sensor in Samsung Galaxy S III is able to detect when the user is looking at the screen and when they are not, to keep it on (if you’re reading, for example) and off when nobody’s looking.

This phone also has a battery life, because of a 2100 mAh rated battery. The phone also has 1 GB of RAM, 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage, GPS with support, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G and 4G, Wi-Fi and NFC chip for data transfer by contact.

The sensors in this Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone allow the phone to make other intelligent actions: if the user is having a conversation with someone via SMS, and immediately puts the phone to your ear, your phone will automatically call the party of written conversation.

The Galaxy S III will come in white and dark blue colour. Samsung has also equipped the Galaxy S III with a voice recognition technology similar to Siri, which Apple implemented at the launch of iPhone 4S.

A difference of Samsung service, called S Voice, for Siri is that from the beginning will be able to understand Latin American Spanish orders, and other languages. In addition to offering S Beam, a tool for sharing files between devices without resorting to the Wi-Fi or cellular standard (NFC combines Wi-Fi Direct).

This smarter smartphone “Samsung Galaxy S III” will also able to recognize the faces of those that are already present at the pictures and stored in your phone. You can directly attach them to a contact or profile a social network. This all information shows that Samsung Galaxy S III is a better and smarter smartphone then other smartphone of other brands that are already present in the market.

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