Thursday 08 Dec 2016

Samsung Galaxy S3
Jennifer Ramirez

With the newest release of Android, a massive 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen and a whole suite of Apple-beating functions, is the new Samsung Galaxy SIII the best smartphone ever?

The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes after errant success that was the Samsung Galaxy S2, that won excellent praise and sold in enormous numbers, helping Samsung pull the  crown of the largest mobile phone company worldwide. So the new Galaxy had a lot to surpass. It had to be really fast, ultra powerful and feature-packed. Oh, and it had to look elegant. So, how does it work out?

First of all, let's talk about the display screen.  Although it could be brighter, it is definitely gorgeous. The best way to express the display is to say that it looks like a printed out picture rather than a electronic display. I no longer get the impression that any images look "beaten up". I would certainly rather claim that the colors don't appear way too oversaturated like they do on other Super AMOLED screens.

Folks are going to roll their eyes at the dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor chip in this smartphone since we can’t seem to get anything else in this region, but you would be a idiot to discount it. Qualcomm understands what they are doing here, folks. Once you find out the navigation button system, you are going to be amazed by the speed of this 2GB RAM and dual-core processor mix. You can’t disagree with the legitimacy of the specs for the Galaxy S3. On top you have a 4.8″ HD Super AMOLED display that is stunning, a top-of-the-line 8MP camera in the rear, front 1.9MP camera, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, extremely loud speaker, 2100mAh battery, expandable storage space up to 64GB, and inner storage up to 32GB. This smartphone is as top rate as it gets.

You desire wonderful pictures and a lot better features from your phone camera? Once again, the Galaxy S III has you covered. The 8MP camera provides fantastic photo and video, while an new features make taking and sharing the results even simpler than ever before. Video mode has a few cool new elements, such as the ability to effortlessly take photos while taking video and a focus lock mode that keeps the camera qualified to a certain focal point no matter where you move it, bringing specialized level control over the last result.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 features a a little bit thinner, a rounder body and a more streamlined design than  Galaxy S2. As opposed to the S2, the backside surface is smooth, and does not get any bump at the bottom part. The lines are 100 % pure. Talking about the backside, Samsung has show up with a smart way to add a screen protector by offering a backside plus integrated front cover. This is great.

Based all-around Ice Cream Sandwich, a new generation of Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface has been improved with human interaction as the primary goal.  Add in a personalized launcher bar, lockscreen shortcuts, and toggle switches in the notifications pane to control WiFi, Bluetooth, Airplane Mode and more, and Samsung has just about covered anything at all.  Samsung has also integrated the new S Voice application, that makes it possible for customers to control their smartphone using only their voice. The service gives a lot of functionality and is right up there with Apple’s well-known Siri in terms of effectiveness. S Voice will turn on a weather report, carry out a Google search, find direction, or write a text message with easiness.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the complete package deal - it's stunning, it's screaming fast,  it's expandable, and it's fairly priced. The S3 is easily one of the best smartphone on the market place, and is presently only rivaled by the HTC  EVO 4G LTE and One X . Would I highly recommend purchasing the Samsung Galaxy S3? Definitely, and it is with out a doubt my favorite Samsung smartphone available now.

Jennifer Ramirez, known as Jenny, has reviewed and edited for 5+ years. Originally from Toronto, she grew up performing and competing in rhythmic gymnastics. Jenny enjoys reviewing movies, books and music albums. She describes herself as funny and righteous, with a 'go that extra mile' attitude. Her philosophy is quite simple: try to live life to the fullest Jenny writes that hr passion is books. She reads and reviews current and back-list literary fiction, crime fiction, thrillers, occasionally science fiction, and narrative nonfiction. She also loves music. She's a huge fan of The Maine and All Time Low! Joy is her favorite word and creativity is something she can't live without.

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