Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

The Samsung S3 can be classified as a beauty with some serious firepower. The phone, which is a successor of the Samsung S2 is definitely a notch above the...
Samsung Galaxy S3

The Samsung S3 can be classified as a beauty with some serious firepower. The phone, which is a successor of the Samsung S2 is definitely a notch above the rest of the phones in its class. Let’s look at some of the features that make this latest smartphone from the house of Samsung; a hit with the in-crowd in town…


The Samsung S3 runs on the android operating system and features the impressive Exynos 4412 Quad chipset with a Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU and the Mali-400MP GPU designed for the new-age user. The S3 comes pre-loaded with Android version 4.0.4 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich and can be upgraded to version 4.1 (jellybean) if you happen to be someone who loves to keep his smartphone updated at all times. When it comes to sensors, the phone has all the basics covered and offers the Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and barometer.

And since, android is an open source OS; one of the primary reasons why everyone fell In love with it in the first place, you can rest assured that you will never be running out of new applications and games that keep coming out on the Google Play store. All of this impressive firepower sitting behind the impressive looks ensure that the phone can run power hungry applications with ease.

Featuring an 8 MP camera with 3264×2448 pixels with autofocus and LED flash; along with simultaneous HD video and image recording capabilities with geotagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilization features; clicking lifelike pictures is going to be a snap. While the Samsung S3’s time-tested AMOLED capacitive screen featuring Gorilla glass will let you relive those memories without having to worry about sunlight, or your screen getting scratched.

Connectivity and Accessibility

When it comes to connectivity, you would be getting everything that you would expect from a high-end smartphone; be it GPRS, EDGE or Wi-Fi. The S3 was built to support 2G, 3G and the upcoming 4G network. The phone also features voice-recognition technology to making it easier to access the core commands of the phone; while the smart stay eye tracking technology from Samsung is pretty impressive. The S3 also features Dropbox (A cloud based data storage application) making it easier to access your files, no matter where you are.

The Verdict

The Samsung S3 is a great buy for anyone who is on the lookout for a high-end smartphone with some groundbreaking features; however, you might want to check out with multiple services providers and stores to get the best value for your money.

Author Bio: Neha is a tech-expert with an extensive knowledge of mobile phones. She frequently writes for some of the most renowned technology blogs and her reviews are read by thousands of people worldwide.

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