Samsung Galaxy S III: a New Revolution in the Mobile Phone Industry
Yet to be announced, Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III phones are in news these days. The specialty of these phones is that they are loaded 4G Network facilities. These phones have been facilitated with active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, TV-out (via MHL A/V link) and SNS integration. Advanced versions of MP4 and MP3 players have also been updated on these devices for full entertainment purpose. Google Talk, YouTube, Calendar and Picasa integration facilities are also equipped on these handsets. Another important attributes of these phones include Organizer and Image/video editor.
From the perspective of official purposes also, these devices also help the user in serving the various requirements of the consumers. These latest mobile phones are installed with document editor such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF, which plays a significant role in helping the user to carry out all his/her professional activities with great efficiency. Predictive text input (Swype) applications are also available on these handsets. With advanced messaging options such as SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM & RSS, consumers can now have long interactive sessions without any difficulty.
Samsung Galaxy S III phones are equipped with Android OS, v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS. These phones are featured with Exynos chipset and a CPU of Quad-core 1.4 GHz. Advanced sensors such as accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity, compass and barometers have also been loaded on these phones. One of the prime features of these phones is the presence of 8 MP featuring 3264x2448 pixels as well as autofocus and LED flash. The camera of these handsets will allow you to get the best of images and pictures with great resolution at any time and any place. Near field communication (NFC) is also available on these phones. This facility of Samsung Galaxy S III enables the user in developing radio communication with each other by touching them together or placing them into close proximity. Being 4G phones, these phones are expected to deliver outstanding performances in terms of calling, messaging, entertainment, official and other functions.
According to latest mobile phones news, Samsung Galaxy S III phones are to officially launch on 3rd May, London. It is expected that these phones will be released in India too very shortly. In many parts of Europe, these new generation devices can be purchased through online. One such prominent website, which deals with the purchase and sale of these phones, is amazon.com. Galaxy III is believed to give a cut-throat competition to Apple’s iPhone 5 by virtue of its most cutting-edge features. Furthermore, it is also assumed that the launch of these phones, Samsung will set a new trend in the market. Now, consumers can enjoy more and more sophisticated applications and tools with the release of these phones.
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