Sunday, June 3, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 - The Tip Of The Iceberg

It took Samsung a year to release the 3rd generation Samsung Galaxy S. We all clamored for it since the day Samsung announced that this handset is not a figment of our imaginations. I can truly understand why Samsung took their time in creating this next "Android Smartphone Wonder". In this article, I will help you visualize the handset itself and describe in detail the things that you can expect from this handset. Read on!

We all know the Samsung Galaxy S2 and its power. If we were amazed with its super fast processor, then imagine owning the Samsung Galaxy S3 packed with a powerful 1.4GHz Quad-Core processor? It boasts double the power of the famous Samsung Galaxy S2 and more. And what I've mentioned is defined as the tip of the Iceberg.

The good things don't stop there. This handset is packed with a humongous display screen. Yes, the Galaxy S2 came in with a 4.3" display screen. But this handset packs a 4.8" Super AMOLED touch screen. The phone's resolution is now at 720 x 1280 pixels. Imagine viewing things as if it's crawling out of your phone screen? Imagine being able to enjoy true to life colors on this handset? I am sure that your mouth is watering right now.

Another feature that you will enjoy on this handset is its OS. Yes, this handset ships with the latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS or the Android OS v. 4.0. This is made more exciting with Samsung's TouchWiz launcher. You no longer have to wait for an Ice Cream Sandwich update since this is already using the latest and most powerful Android OS to date. Just a little bit of info about one of the features of this latest OS. With this, you can now unlock your handset without having to touch the phone's screen. Yes, this is possible via FaceUnlock. Things are now made easier with the latest Android OS and the latest Galaxy S3.

So what else can you expect from this? Well for one, you will be getting an 8MP shutter on this handset. You will also get a 1.9MP front-facing shutter on this. Video recording is in full-HD (1080p) and at 30 frames per second (fps). This handset uses Li-Ion battery 2100 mAh. It is capable of giving you as much as 21 hours and 40 minutes of talk time (2G) or 11 hours and 40 minutes of talk time (3G).

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