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Samsung Galaxy S III ~ Designed For Humans

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The new SIII will have a 4.8 inch touch screen, 8 megapixel camera and will use the latest version of Google's Android software 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).

The new Galaxy will be powered by Samsung's quad-core microprocessor.

The Exynos 4 Quad, based on British chip designer ARM Holdings Cortex A9 technology, enables more tasks in a shorter period of time - for example streaming video can run on one core while the other cores update applications, connect to the web and scan virus-check, simultaneously.

Comes with Two color options Pebble blue and Pebble white.


Specifications:


4.8-inch 720p Super AMOLED HD Display
1GB RAM
16/32GB storage, 64GB version "available soon"
microSD Card slot
Eye Tracking
Smart stay: keeps the screen awake while you're looking at the display
S-Voice: advanced voice recognition, "like a good friend who listens attentively" -- definitely a strong competitor to Siri
Floating videos: lets you resize videos and move them around on the display whilst they float atop other windows. Nice!
8MP rear shooter with zero shutter lag, 3.3 shots per second
Best Photo: takes a burst of eight shots, automatically chooses the best one
S Beam: Wi-Fi direct meets NFC
1.9MP front camera with "face recognition" and HD video capabilities
2100mAh Battery with Wireless Charging technology
Bluetooth 4.0 (LE)
Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi HT40
GPS/GLONASS
NFC
136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm, 133g
Android 4.0

The smartphone will be launched in the first week of June, just after the May 29 debut in Europe. Coming to another important detail, Galaxy S III will be priced at Rs. 38,000 (MRP), while the street price is expected to be around Rs. 34,000.
The Korean manufacturer has stated that India is in the first list of countries getting their hands on the all new Galaxy S III.
 

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RE: The Next Big Thing ~ Samsung

thanks for the info @Ravi.. awaiting more updates from you :)
 

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RE: The Next Big Thing ~ Samsung

biswajit.HD said:
thanks for the info @Ravi.. awaiting more updates from you :)

You're welcome...I really want this to be 40k+ only...So it can stop me from buying..If I buy a mobile this year I'm gonna be kicked out of the home (buying a mobile every year from 2009..5800 xpress music,Nokia N900 and Samsung Galaxy S II)
 

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RE: The Next Big Thing ~ Samsung

Raviteja said:
biswajit.HD said:
thanks for the info @Ravi.. awaiting more updates from you :)

You're welcome...I really want this to be 40k+ only...So it can stop me from buying..If I buy a mobile this year I'm gonna be kicked out of the home (buying a mobile every year from 2009..5800 xpress music,Nokia N900 and Samsung Galaxy S II)

ok.... :lol
 

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To be Frank Design just SUCKS.......Specifications are Good but Design? YAK! ........I'm good with my Beast SGSII
 

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@Raviteja - i Frankly love the design , it has the understated elegance of an Apple product and that's high praise. But really a moot point for me as i dont really like android !!
 

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Samsung Galaxy S III goes official, to hit Europe on May 29


Samsung has finally unveiled its latest flagship mobile, predictably calling it the Samsung Galaxy S III. Shipping with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich onboard with TouchWiz 4.0 UI, it will be launched first in Europe on May 29, before gradually making its way to other shores globally. For now, no pricing information is available.

Replacing the extremely popular Samsung Galaxy S II, and the more recent Galaxy Nexus, the Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III features the Korean giant’s new 32nm 1.4GHz quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor on the Exynos 4412 (Exynos 4 Quad) chipset with 1GB of RAM, and surprisingly, the old Mali-400MP GPU that's presumably overclocked.

The 8.6mm-thick Samsung Galaxy S III packs a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED Gorilla Glass display, boasting of a resolution of 1280x720 pixels (roughly 306 ppi), and a 16 million colour gamut. The S III features an 8MP rear autofocus camera with touch focus, geo-tagging, image stabilization, face and smile detection, apart from 1080p HD video recording at 30 fps, a burst-mode of 6fps for up to 20 images, and an LED flash. To round off the optics, it comes with a 1.9MP front-facing camera, capable of 720p HD video recording. Unfortunately, as you’d have guessed with touch-focus, no dedicated camera button is on the device.

The rest of the specifications are no less top-of-the-line, with a 2,100 mAh battery sure to provide some serious juice to power it all. The Samsung Galaxy S III will ship with a choice of 16GB/32GB/64GB built-in storage, and microSD card support up to 64GB. It will also come with 50GB cloud storage, courtesy Dropbox, with a 2-year subscription.



In terms of connectivity, the Galaxy S III features HSPA+ (HSDPA 21 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps); Bluetooth 4.0 HS with A2DP and EDR; Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n with DLNA, Wi-Fi direct and hotspot functionality; microUSB v2.0 via MHL (TV-out) along with USB-on-the-Go support; GPS with A-GPS support; stereo FM radio with RDS; 3.5mm audio jack; microSIM card support; and Near Field Communications (NFC) technology, which also enables S Beam, image and video sharing between Galaxy S III devices at up to 300Mbps via Wi-Fi direct. A U.S. bound LTE version will also ship sometime in June.

Samsung is also proudly showing off the Galaxy S III’s S-Voice natural language commands and dictation features – the company’s answer to Apple’s Siri feature. It also offers gesture recognition. Interestingly, the Galaxy S III also boasts of a new Buddy Photo Share feature, which will help users forward group photos to participants automatically, with the phone using facial-detection to identify the subjects.



Other photo-related features include: Best Photo mode, which snaps 8 images off in quick succession using the burst-mode, and pre-selects the best, though the user will be able to keep any of the images; Face Zoom, which helps users automatically and quickly zoom into a face in any image, without manually selecting it; Face Slideshow, which will convert a group-photo into a series of face-only images for a quick slideshow view; Group Tag, which automatically places photos into group-based albums; and finally, Social Tag, which overlays contact information and a shortcut over photos of people listed in the phone's contacts.

Other features include a document editor, an image and video editor, active noise cancellation with a dedicated mic, as well as a full-range of sensors – an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, digital compass, and a barometer. This also brings us to another new Samsung feature for the Galaxy S III, called SmartStay, which ensures the phone’s display does not timeout when it is being used, using the front-facing camera. In an effort to further distinguish the device from other top-end Android devices from other manufacturers, Samsung has also added features like S Health, exclusive navigation features, as well as a new 17-million track strong Music Hub service with a Scan and Match feature.



Finally, if you wanted to know, the Galaxy S III weighs in a diminutive 133 grams. The Korean giant has also promised a range of exclusive Galaxy S III accessories, such as the S-pebble MP3 player with Music Hub’s scan and match feature, a charging dock, a car dock, a wireless charging kit, an extra battery, a flip phone-cover, an HDMI adapter, and an AllCast wireless dongle for video and photo streaming, similar to HTC’s recently introduced HTC Media Link HD accessory.

Source: Engadget
 
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