Published on June 6th, 2012 | by Catalin Joy0
What Makes The Samsung Galaxy S III Great?
Back in 2009, the world of smartphones was still calm and peaceful. When you were talking about a Samsung cell phone, you were not referring to their Galaxy S lineup just yet. The company managed to push technology and its own products along with very cool cell phone accessories for these devices. Now that we are in 2012, my question is aimed at the newest member of the Galaxy S family, namely, the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung’s Galaxy S III had big shoes to fill, as both the first Galaxy S and the Galaxy S II were exceptional devices. They featured excellent specifications and appealed to users worldwide, thus propelling Samsung into a new age of technology.
One of the big reasons the Samsung Galaxy S III is great stems from the specifications. The device packs a massive 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. Powering the Galaxy S III is the Samsung-made Exynos 4412 quad-core processor at 1.4GHz per core. This is accompanied by 1 GB of RAM and the ARM Mali-400/MP4 graphics processor.
You are not talking that much about a Samsung cell phone anymore as you talk about one beast of a device! Another big element that makes the Galaxy S III great is the design of the device.
The entire shape is, as the Korean manufacturer claims, inspired by nature. I love the round edges and the smooth lines, which not only help in terms of aspect but also in terms of using and holding the device. The 8-megapixel camera with an F2.6 aperture and LED flash will record videos in full 1080p.
I cannot wait to see the cool cell phone accessories that Samsung will undoubtedly launch for the Samsung Galaxy S III. I appreciated seeing Motorola try out their luck with the Webtop environment and now that the Galaxy S III is out, I would like to see the Korean giant try its luck in this regard as well.
However, if you are still unsure about the latest Galaxy S smartphone from Samsung, then do not take my word for it, but head out to a retailer or network and give them a quick test run. You will be impressed!