Samsung Galaxy S3 announced
At long last, all the excitement which was built up over the weeks has come to a pass, and we were not disappointed with the Samsung Galaxy S3 event that happened in London, England, just less than a dozen hours ago. As its name suggests, the Samsung Galaxy S3 will continue from where the Galaxy S2 left off, where it is claimed by Samsung to be “designed for humans and inspired by nature”, where the Galaxy S3 will be able to utilize its half dozen sensors of different functionalities in order to recognize your voice, understand your intention, and even allows you to share a tender moment right there and then without requiring you to be a rocket scientist. Want to know more about the Galaxy S3? Read all about it in the extended post.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is a sleek and innovative handset which will feature enhanced intelligence that makes everyday life a whole lot more easy and convenient, where it will feature a drool-worthy 4.8″ HD Super AMOLED display, accompanied by an 8-megapixel camera which we will talk about more later as well as a 1.9-megapixel front facing camera that will no longer shoot crappy VGA images as with other devices.
This front facing camera has a higher resolution than usual because it has face recognition related options to get the job done at various moments, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will tie everything together for a uniquely personalized mobile experience that refuses to be compromised.
A little peek into how smart the Galaxy S3 is – it will use the Smart Stay feature to recognize just how you are using the handset, whether you are reading an e-book or browsing the web, the front camera will identify your eyes as well as make an intelligent guess as to what task you are performing right now in order to maintain the right brightness setting for the screen.
The S Voice is an advanced natural language user interface that can listen and respond to your word, while offering powerful functions in regards to device control and commands. Say “snooze” instead of fumbling for a button in the mornings now, although your groans of protest for more sleep will not cause anything to happen.
The 8-megapixel camera at the back has one major strength – a zero-lag shutter speed which allows you to capture moving objects there and then, while a ‘Burst shot’ function will instantly capture twenty continuous shots, with the ‘Best photo’ feature picking the best of eight photographs for you.
No idea on pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S3 at press time, but expect it to arrive in Europe this May 29th, with the rest of the world to follow in June. It will come in 4G and 3G versions, depending on which part of the world you reside in.