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Published on Jul 4, 2012
Eleven years ago this month, I bought my first mobile phone: a Samsung SCH-3500 on Sprint. At the time, it was the hottest device on the market; its unique form factor and high-tech features like voice dialing made it a must-have. The wireless landscape has since changed dramatically, but two things remain true: wireless customers still seek out groundbreaking devices, and the hottest phone on Sprint is still built by Samsung.
The Galaxy S III is the latest Android superphone to come out of South Korea, and it has a lot going for it. Indeed, our own Brandon Miniman gave it high marks on his extensive review last month. But that was the international version. The phone gracing Sprint's shelves may look similar, but there's a lot separating it from its more worldly cousin underneath that hyperglaze coating. Do these disparities bring out the best or the worst in Samsung's newest crown jewel? Watch to find out.