The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the latest in a long line of leading android smartphones from Samsung and the S3 is no disappointment with a host of never before seen features.
Amoung those things is a new sensor that tracks your eyes so long as you're looking at the S3's screen, it won't dim or lock itself. Yes, you could just set the screen timer to longer, but "Smart Stay" means you don't have to.
On a similar note, if you're looking at a contact, or a message from a contact, the S3 automatically dials that person when you put the phone to your face. It's one less button to press.
An improvement to voice control, called S-Voice, that lets users control their phone using normal, natural language. So it's like Siri, only it does more, you can say volume up, for instance, and the phone will filter out the noise of the song it's playing so it can hear you.
Elsewhere, the phone adds useful features that, for instance, can automatically share a photograph you take with people whose faces are recognised, called 'Buddy Photo Share', or display social media profiles directly on a photograph when those face are recognised. These are features that are useful rather than revolutionary, but they feel like they will be obvious standards in the near future. Tagging groups and offering an automatic slideshow zooming into the faces in a picture are also useful additions. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is setting new standards.
- Suitable for video recording
- Android operating system
- FM radio
- Built-in camera
- High megapixel camera
- Ultra slim design
- Handsfree loudspeaker
- Quad band
- Launched: Coming Soon
- Screen Size: 4.7 inches
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