Categories
Latest
Popular

Samsung Galaxy S III: Specs and details

Samsung just announced the latest version of the galaxy series i.e. Samsung Galaxy S III. The device packs some amazing features and already looks to set the standard for this years smartphone. We will take no time and run you down through the specs.

The Galaxy S III comes with a  4.8inch Super Amoled HD display which is a pentile display, has a resolution of 1280×720 and generates a pixel density of 306 ppi. It is 8.6mm thick and just 113 grams in weight. It will be available in two colours, Pebble blue and Marble white.

The device runs on a 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor with a Mali 400 MP GPU which is expected to perform 65% better than the previous version of Galaxy i.e. Galaxy S II. The S III features a 1GB RAM and a 2100 mAh battery which is thankfully removable. You get 16, 32 and 64 GB variants in terms of storage with a Micro SD card which supports expansion up to 64 GB and if this is not enough for you, then you get free 50GB Dropbox storage with the device. 

It has an 8 MP camera with LED flash and can record 1080p  full HD video. Apart from this it has a front facing 1.9 MP camera with 720p recording and a sensor that does not fade the lights while you’re looking at the screen which means you’ll have a good reading experience on your phone.

It runs on Android 4.0.4 ICS with Samsung’s Nature UX TouchWiz interface. There are tons of new feature in the phone and we can only name them at this point of time, features like NFC, Wi-fi direct, S-voice (Siri like application by Samsung), Wireless charging, smart alerts will definitely make sure that Galaxy S III is an instant hit.

We feel that Samsung has done its homework and Galaxy S III is definitely the phone to watch out this summer. Apple and HTC will have a tough year ahead and it will be interesting to see what can Apple come up with now, because they are the one’s who doing the catching up part and Samsung’s the one who’s innovating.

We will be back with more details and some cool features later today and a full review of this device when we get our hands to it. 

  • Nashit_alam_123

    wireless charging…did u just write that or maybe i read it wrong??

  • D2

    You read it right. Wireless charging using induction but I think you will have to pay more bucks for that.

  • contactos

    It’s actually a great and helpful piece of information. I am happy that you just shared this helpful info with us. Please stay us informed like this. Thank you for sharing.