This past Thursday Samsung unveiled the next device in its Galaxy lineup, The Samsung Galaxy S III. The smartphone became the top technology headline trending. According to market analysts, after it was unveiled last night, Samsung’s position as the main competitor to Apple was affirmed.
The smartphone will make its debut in Europe on May 29 and has a 4G LTE-optimized version that is due to hit the market this summer.
The Galaxy S III runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich software and boasts a 4.8-inch display with 1,280-by-720 resolution. It features an 8 megapixel rear facing camera and a 1.9 megapixel front facing one.
This new device is the follow-up to the recent Galaxy S2 that Samsung released which was the best-selling Android handset and the only smartphone to rival the iPhone in sales. The new software has thing such as voie recognition, a bigger and sharper screen and 50GB of online storage through a partnership with Dropbox. Very cool stuff for the smartphone.
In marketing news, The Galaxy S3 became the official Olympics phone and will be marketed very heavily over this coming summer. This will definitely give the Samsung smartphone a head start over the next iPhone. Now Samsung has to make a big push in the market over the summer and build up the Galaxy brand before autumn comes around because that’s when the iPhone 5 is rumored to Launch.
The Galaxy S3 looks like it will be highly desired by advanced users due to all the new updates and its high profile with advanced features. The new smartphone features a quad-core processor and with some real nice graphics.
The exciting news is that Samsung is able to generate a lot of new energy with the new Galaxy 3 campaign.
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4.8” Super Amoled HD display
16/32/64GB depending on model, plus expandable MicroSD card
50GB Dropbox for two years
Pebble blue or marble white
2,100mAh (wireless charging optional extra)
8MP rear; 1.9 MP front
720 x 1280 px (306ppi)
136.6 x 70.6 x 8.55 mm
Exynos 4 Quad (1.4GHz)
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