EXCLUSIVE! Samsung GALAXY S III Full Review & Hands-on
The Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III brings all the latest technology in the mobile world to you in ONE Sleek device. With a Quad-core CPU and an HD Screen, Here is a Full Review of all you Need to know about the Galaxy S III with Exclusive Hands-on Photos, Screenshots & Videos brought to you by YouMobile & Samsung.
Galaxy S III Specifications
The Galaxy S III is currently the Most Powerful Smartphone on the Market today, packing a Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 1.4 GHz Exynos processor and a Gorgeous HD Super AMOLED Display and a lot more... Check the link below for Detailed Specifications, Prices & Release date for every region.
Galaxy S III Design
The design of the Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III is one of the most controversial bits about the new Samsung flagship. Built entirely out of glossy plastic, the Galaxy S III takes after the Nexus lineup design lines, If it's Blue or White that Galaxy S III is shining.
The glossy material is a questionable choice as it really lacks the high-end vibe that a smartphone such as the Galaxy S III should pack, But the good news is that the Samsung "Hyperglaze" coating partially makes up for that, improving both the feel and the handling of the device.
Galaxy S III Display
The 4.8" Super AMOLED of HD resolution at the front is where the Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III magic happens. The screen image quality is every bit as impressive as its specs suggest tack sharp and with perfectly deep blacks, it's arguably the best you can find on the market.
The colors are nicely saturated by default, but the display settings menu offers you a choice between four different modes, so you can opt for more natural colors as well. We did prefer the livelier dynamic and standard modes, but the natural and movie modes will probably have their fans too. What's important here is that the S III display offers you flexibility that no other screen on the market can give you. We got a Hands-on Vidoe that show you the Display of the Galaxy S III and its colors, click on the photo below to watch it.
Galaxy S III User-Interface
The Samsung Galaxy S III runs on the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich version which is 4.0.4, but it has been heavily modified by the latest TouchWiz 5.0 UI from Samsung.
The New TouchWiz is pretty similar to the one on the Galaxy S II but with some New tweaks and features. Some of these features like "Motion Control" that allows you to control your phone with some hands-Gestures
Also it packs an "Eye-tracking" technology that track your eyes movements while using the phone so when you move your eyes away of the serene it goes automatically off. and when you look at the screen again it turn the screen on again. We got an Exclsuive Hands-on video to show you the UI of the Galaxy S III click on the photo below to watch it.
Galaxy S III S Voice & S Beam
The Galaxy S III is the second smartphone in the Galaxy series to do voice commands. Samsung have implemented a more direct competitor to the iPhone's Siri. You can tell the S Voice to accept/reject calls, take pictures, set alarms and search the internet among others.
The Galaxy S III allows you to share all sorts of media via NFC by simply touching the devices back-to-back. Sadly, you'd need two Samsung I9300 units to make this work as there are no other S Beam-enabled smartphones on the market just yet.
Galaxy S III Camera
The Samsung Galaxy S III offers the same camera in terms of pixels but actually improves on the performance. It can capture stills with resolution up to 3264 x 2448 pixels and 1.9 MP ones with the front-facing cam.
The Galaxy S III's sensor offers an F/2.6 aperture as opposed to the F/2.65 of its predecessor and a focal length of 3.7 mm contrasting with the 3.97 mm of the Galaxy S II. This results in a slightly wider viewing angle on the Galaxy S III compared to its predecessor, so you'll be able to fit more in your photos.
The camera app interface is quite similar to the one on the Galaxy S II. You get two shortcut bars on each side of the viewfinder on the right you get the still camera / camcorder switch, virtual shutter key and the gallery shortcut. We have an Exclusive Hands-on Galaxy S III video that focus on the Camera Features, click on the photo below to watch it.
Galaxy S III Performance
The Samsung Galaxy S III relies on a Mali-400MP for Graphics & games, Powered by a 1.4Ghz Quad-Core Exynos 4 chip that boost the phone performance and save its battery as well. The More cores you have in your phone... The More it take less power that's the power of Samsung Exyos architecture.