Samsung Galaxy S III coming to India in June, at roughly Rs. 38,000


2 May 2011
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Official details of the Samsung Galaxy S III’s arrival in India have started to float in, with Samsung announcing its new flagship Android mobile will be launched in June.

The Galaxy S III will hit European shores first, on May 29, and so far, global pricing details are still unsure, though U.K pre-order listings have it around £450. However, the latest reports indicate that India pricing will be roughly between Rs. 35,000 and Rs. 38,000.

Samsung’s new Galaxy S III is one of several quad-core Android phones due to hit shelves soon, with the Tegra 3-powered HTC One X already in the Indian market. You can check out our spec comparison here, and our HTC One X review here.

The S III however, should manage stand out from the crowd, with its 8.6mm thickness, 2,100 mAh battery, as well as 50GB of Dropbox storage. Early benchmarks also show the Galaxy S III to be quite a way ahead of the One X in sheer performance.

Samsung’s value additions to the S III, should also help, such as Buddy Photo Share and the other photo features, Samsung’s alternative to Apple Siri – S Voice, gesture recognition, S Beam image/video sharing, and range of exclusive accessories.

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