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Samsung Galaxy S3 Full Software Review 2012

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Published on May 4, 2012

You remember that Galaxy S II? A phone so good they launched it, well, a whole load of times. But after seeing phablet cousins and LTE variants, the true handset sequel is finally here. The Galaxy S III is moments away from being outed in front of journalists and Sammy's business partners in London, but in advance of the big reveal we were given a few hours to acquaint ourselves with the new star away from the crush of the show floor.

And what did we make of it? In short, Samsung's tried to bring its Galaxy S series in line with (and in some ways, further ahead of) what its team-up with Google accomplished. It's added some new quad-core Exynos processing juice, a 4.8-inch, HD Super AMOLED screen and a handful of Galaxy S III-only features in an earnest bid to maintain its place at the top of the Android pile.

Samsung's pitch to us focused heavily on the software. Pure Android enthusiasts may wince at the sight of TouchWiz (overlaid on top of Android 4.0.4) and from the brief time we played with the device, Ice Cream Sandwich looks a lot like how it arrived on our updated Galaxy S II -- it's not close to a stock Android experience. Instead of messing with its UI, Samsung has concentrated on specific apps -- and plenty of new gesture functionality.
Far better than iPhone 4s.A must Buy
Watch our hands-on video of the Samsung Galaxy S3, the year's most hotly-anticipated Android phone.
HERE IN THIS PHONE SAMSUNG HAS TRIED TO MAKE IT MORE SOCIAL
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2250 mAh battery, 8 MP camera, ceramic "micro arc oxidation" back, 4.7 inch, HD screen, processor is a quad core exynos 4412, Super Amoled Plus HD screen, 12 megapixel with flash rear, 2 GB Ram, 8 mm thick, and no bump this time around, just "smooth", 2250 milla-amp/hour battery, but no wireless charging.
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