Boasting a smartphone that can feel you, hear you, and see you, Samsung, the world’s largest cellphone maker, is another one step ahead in smartphone competition after it unveiled their new flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung’s new smartphone sports a 4.8-inch 720p Super AMOLED Display, a 1.4 GHz Exynos 4 Quad processor, an 8MP rear camera, a 1.9MP front camera with “face recognition,” 2100mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Galaxy SIII, the official smartphone of the London 2012 Olympics, will be available in two colors, marble white and pebble blue and includes new features listed below:
Uses eye-tracking to keep the screen lit because it recognizes that you are still looking at the screen, so you don’t have to keep on touching the screen when it goes dark.
While reading a text message, you can also reply by calling as it automatically dials the person just by raising the phone to your ear.
It feels that you’ve been away from your phone, vibrates to let you know missed calls of messages.
Face identification, lets you track your friends or loved ones current SNS status.
A feature similar to Apple’s Siri. Responds to your spoken commands to unlock the phone, search the web, takes photo, control music player, wake up, snooze the alarm, and answer.
S Beam S Beam
For transferring photos, videos, music, and more by placing two Samsung Galaxy S IIIs back-to-back.
Beam you photos, videos, or even the game you’re playing on the big screen, the phone also acts as a controller.
The phone recognizes your friends faces so you can share photos with them instantly.
Lets you access documents and multimedia files when you work somewhere else.
Pop up play
It’s like hitting two birds in one stone because it lets you do two things – watch HD videos while doing something on any other app.
Chooses the best photo after 8 continues shot.
LTE(depends on country)
Faster download time than current 3G networks.