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One of the best that Samsung has to offer, the Galaxy S3 set the bar high in terms of just how smart a phone can be.
Intelligence - Smart stay, Smart alert, Social tag, S -voice, Direct call
The Galaxy S3 comes with a wide variety of intelligent functions, small yet extremely handy when it comes to your day to day usage of the phone.
Smart Stay ensures that there is no unnecessary loss of battery power if you fall asleep reading on the screen – the moment you look away, the phone puts itself to sleep. The S3 also nudges you with a vibration to let you know that you have a few missed notifications with the Smart Alert feature.
With Social Tag, the phone keeps track of all the people you care about and gives you their social networking status at just a glance. Direct call lets the phone go to call from a message when you lift it up to your ear making it easy to call a friend without tedious dialling.
And best of all, the phone registers voice commands – you can tell it to wake up, click a picture or open a link by speaking to it.
Sharing - S beam, AllShare cast and play, Buddy photo share
Sharing becomes simple with the Galaxy S3 that supports NFC. With the S-Beam, all you need to do is place another S3 nearby to share data and media back and forth. Allshare Play allows you to sync and access content even when you are away from your computer while Allshare Cast connects you to other devices, letting you beam photos and videos and also let you use it as a controller when you are playing on the big screen. The phone also recognizes friends instantly with Buddy Share and shares without much ado.
HD Super AMOLED
Cutting edge technology comes together to create the life-like 4.8 inch Super AMOLED screen that comes with full HD resolution to ensure that you have a crisp, bright and clear visual experience. Add on the Corning Gorilla Glass and you have a screen that is both effective and sturdy.
Pop up play
When you friend sends you a video on Whatsapp, S3 allows you to play the video and type out a reply to him at the exact same time – multitasking on a whole new level.
With predictive input based on your typing pattern, the S3 increases your accuracy of typing and also ensures that you type faster.
Enterprise Mobility Features
Very useful for work, the S3 allows you to shares the screen of your phone on a bigger screen during business meetings at different sites, it gives you safe access to the corporate network and resources with the simplicity of a single interface allowing for much smarter work life-personal device sync.
|In Sales Package||Handset, Battery, Charger, Headset, Data Cable|
|Model ID||Galaxy S3|
|SIM Size||Micro SIM|
|SIM Type||Single SIM, GSM|
|Touch Screen||Yes, Capacitive|
|Business Features||Document Viewer, Document Editor, Pushmail|
|Handset Color||Marble White|
|Operating Freq||GSM - 850, 900, 1800, 1900; UMTS - 2100|
|OS||Android v4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)|
|User Interface||TouchWiz 4.0|
|Processor||1.4 GHz, Quad Core|
|Resolution||HD, 720 x 1280 Pixels|
|Primary Camera||Yes, 8 Megapixel|
|Secondary Camera||Yes, 1.9 Megapixel|
|Video Recording||Yes, 1280 x 720, 30 fps|
|Other Camera Features||Geo-tagging, Touch Focus, Face and Smile Detection, Image Stabilization, Auto Focus, Image Editor|
|Type||Li-Ion, 2100 mAh|
|Talk Time||22.5 hrs (2G), 11 hrs (3G)|
|Standby Time||830 hrs (2G), 770 hrs (3G)|
|Memory and Storage|
|Expandable Memory||microSD, upto 64 GB|
|Memory||1 GB RAM|
|Internet & Connectivity|
|GPRS||Yes, Class 12, 48 kbps|
|EDGE||Yes, Class 12|
|3G||Yes, 21 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA|
|Wifi||Yes, 802.11 a/b/g/n|
|USB Connectivity||Yes, micro USB, v2|
|Navigation Technology||A-GPS, with Google Maps|
|Audio Jack||3.5 mm|
|Music Player||Yes, Supports MP3, WAV, eAAC, AC3, FLAC|
|Video Player||Yes, Supports MP4, DivX, XviD, WMV, H.264, H.263, HD|
|SAR Value||0.55 W/Kg|
|Phone Book Memory||Yes|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Gyro Sensor, RGB Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Barometer, Compass|
|Additional Features||microSIM Card Slot, S Voice, Social Tag, S Beam, Wi-Fi Direct, Voice Input|
|Important Apps||AllShare Play|
|Warranty Summary||1 year manufacturer warranty for Phone and 6 months warranty for in the box accessories|
Samsung achieved top position in mobile world due to best hardware at aggressive pricing but HTC ONE-X is quad core too clocked at 1.5 GHz and available at lesser price.
Resolution of 720 x 1280 Pixels is very promising and produces a realistic display quality with high contrast and sharp looking images.
According to a consumer survey 4 inch screens are most appropriate for single hand use whereas screens like 5.3 of Note and 4.8 of S3 have reduced the mobility comfort in mobiles. People end up using both hands to operate such large screens. Not to mention the increased risk of screen cracking due to inevitable rough usage. Otherwise AMOLED screen quality is phenomenal.
Battery (2100 mAH) is quite impressive and works beyond expectations on heavy duty of such large screen and quad core processor.
5. Build Quality
People might like rounded corners and plastic finish but personally I feel the cheap looking plastic design is toy like and doesn't gives a premium look. Its a matter of individual taste.
Camera is 8mp same as that of Galaxy S2 with improved interface and color sharpness. courtesy- Android v4 ICS. Front camera is also provided.
Graphics have not been improved, same old Mali-400MP as that of Galaxy S2. But Quad core makes its own contributions.
8. Other Features
However Samsung has always amazed its customers by setting new benchmarks in mobile world. Android Ice-cream sandwich is icing on the cake. S view and S stay though new features but are little unreal in the fast world where we cant wait and press for long, speak to mike, wait for system response and then affirm. Phew ! A bit lengthy process, I would rather touch the app icon.
9. Final words and logical predictions.
S3 is so far best in hardware but all its expensive features are not much usable in market like India for example their is hardly any app that can use all the four quads of its processor. But yes this is a future proof handset at overpriced tag. Prices are bound to fall in coming months because:
1. Festival season is coming
2. Indian Rupee is weakest at the moment
3. Hype of Galaxy s3 has inflated its initial price
Its passionate to buy this phone but not wise.
I had liked Galaxy S2, and was looking for a replacement . I borrowed each one for three days from my retailer, and finally chose HTC One X. My impressions were:
a. Display- Both are impressive. Though, I liked Samsung Super Amoled display for vivid colors, but in direct sunlight HTC one was better.
b. Battery: Both were ok for my kind of usage, mostly in an office environment. Though HTC gets a little hot, and battery is also not user replaceable.
c. Storage: Samsung is 16GB, but you can add another 64GB. HTC has no such option, though has 32GB. Both come with 1GB RAM. For me 32GB on-board space was enough, as I was quite happy with 16GB on my S2.
d. Camera: Both were awesome for my limited needs.
e. Price: HTC One X was 4k less, though it has 16GB more space.
f. Brand: I was disappointed with Samsung's treatment of its Indian customers. India is always last to receive any updates. In fact, India was one of of the last countries to receive ICS update on S2, almost two and half months after they released in Korea and several European countries.
Both are impressive phones. For me S3 negatives were Price and Samsung's update policy for India (5/7), while for OneX minus is non-user-replaceable battery (6/7).
Its been a week I bought this phone, and trust me guys, this is a beast!!!
The first thing you will notice about this phone is, well,its size. Its huge to say the least, and phones shouldn't really get any bigger than this. Personally I feel the size is big for a phone, and is simply risky for one handed use. On the other hand, the larger screen estate does help when browsing the internet, or watching a video, etc.
Many people have been complaining about the build quality of this phone, saying its cheap plastic n all. While it doesn’t look as premium as other flagships, but its not that bad either. You will be fooled if you judge the phone's appearance by the pictures; in hand, it really looks and feels much better and sturdy. Also, its polycarbonate, the same material used on the HTC One X, so you can comfortably forget about the bad comments on quality of materials.
The display is one of the the best displays right now in the market, period. Super AMOLEDs are known for their rich colors and deep blacks, and trust me, you have to see it to believe it if you haven’t already. The blacks are impenetrable, and colors pop out to the eyes. You can tweak display settings if you like more natural looking colors. Finally, those who are worried about the pentile nature of the display, don't be. At pixel density of 306 ppi, you won't even notice the graininess in day to day use that was prevalent on galaxy S, unless you see from very close range.
The ICS 4.0.4 UI is skinned by Samsung Touchwiz Nature UX. This is nothing like what touchwiz used to be couple of years back, and really brings a fresh feel to user experience, not very visually appealing as HTC Sense, but not bad either. The software runs on Exynos quad core processor, that coupled with a MALI 400 GPU and 1 GB of RAM, this phone literally eats most other phones for breakfast. I haven't seen any android device this smooth, the UI literally flies with your touch, and apps launch in a flash; it just refuses to give up, its insanely fast! All of this is powered by a 2100 mAh battery, which is a removable one too. It easily lasts a day and a half with moderate to heavy usage, and the longevity is certain to increase after a couple of charge/discharge cycles.
Storage option is plenty, as this phone comes with 16 GB onboard. If you crave for more, it supports microSD card slots of upto 64 GB capacity, so storage shouldn’t be a problem for most.
The default video player, as usual, has very rich codec support. I have experienced some issues with .mkv format, and really hope this to be fixed soon with an update. The other popular formats, divx/xvid,mp4, flv, all played without any issues. 1080p videos played smoothly without any hiccups. This phone really is one capable video player OOTB.
Samsung has incorporated the touchwiz music player, with new, polished look. The player supports all popular formats, and the phone really excels in the audio department, with a top notch audio output. Buy a pair of good headphones and you are good to go.
Camera has the same pixel count as its predecessor, the S2 (8 MP), but Samsung have improved on the sensors for better pics, which is a smart move. For all who are talking about the absence of a 12 MP unit, unless you are planning to print billboard size photos, its really not necessary. Image quality depends on the sensors. The zero shutter lag feature works as expected. The camera has a couple of useful shot modes (burst shot, panorama, etc), which are handy, but I found that not all of them uses the flash, like the burst shot mode, so forget it if you are planning to make a burst shot in low light conditions. The front camera is a 1.9 MP module, and is pretty decent as well.
The camera is capable of recording 1080p videos is mp4 format, and you can actually capture 8 MP stills while recording the video simultaneously, which is a nice feature. I won't comment much on this since I haven't shot videos yet, but the online reviews have been positive about the video recorder. The front module is capable of shooting videos in 720p.
A couple of negatives that I have come across:-
1) Some of the features I feel are more of marketing gimmicks, like The Smart stay feature only works in a well-lit environment, and that too, the operation is not guaranteed (I personally was annoyed about this feature, and Samsung itself warns about the same).
2) Surprisingly, Samsung has removed/disabled the ICS feature of drag-n-drop one app shortcut on another to create a folder, so you have to go the old-fashioned Gingerbread way of creation of folders.
3) You cannot move installed applications to memory card.
If you consider the overall experience, there are not many phones in market right now which can dare to stand toe-to-toe with this beast. Its not perfect, but its far from being bad either. If you have the pocket and do not want to go for anything else but the best, you cannot go wrong with this phone. Highly recommended!!!
This phone is an absolute stunner. 4.8 Inch touch screen which is the biggest in its segment (Samsung Note does not count as anything bigger than 5inches counts as a tablet according to the industry). Quad Core processor powers this beast with 1 GB RAM which means you'll never be bothered about the phone slowing down or hanging up. Every review has tested this phone to be the most powerful one available yet, beating all else in every benchmark (including the HTC One X which is also a quad core but a different one apparently).
For you email addicts, the gmail app is beautiful. it is probably as good as the bb email services or maybe 5 to 7 seconds slower. In my opinion that really doesnt make as much of a difference.
Highly, highly recommended phone. This piece will last you years!
Samsung is slipping...
Samsung has done a bad job with S3 this year. The design is uninspiring. Specs which were Samsung's USP have also been diluted possibly due to the weak Android competition esp from HTC and Motorola. LG is always plagued with software issues and confusion. So Samsung followed up the spec-busting S2 with a rather underwhelming S3. My sore points are as below:
Firstly sad design...! sadder colors...!
1GB RAM vs 2GB RAM expected
8MP Camera vs 12MP expected
720p Pentile Display vs SuperAmoled Plus FullHDDisplay
And unavailability of 32GB or 64GB version
Especially the 2GB RAM(available in Canada,US and Korea) is a slap in the face for every Samsung fan in India. Join the protest if you believe in the cause and show your displeasure at every Samsung forum online or otherwise.
Samsung is showing why we never should be loyal to a brand and just be objective while analyzing the value for money and features. Unfortunately Samsung may do well again due to weak Android competition. Probably we should favor HTC with some love so that Samsung feels the heat again.
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