The Galaxy S III has a beautifully large 4.8-inch (720 x 1280) display, crisp 8-megapixel camera, quad-core processor and long-lasting 2100mA h battery. And the speedy new 4G-equipped Galaxy S III model hits Australia on October 9th, complete with Android 4.1 Jellybean. Yet Samsung’s best smartphone also gets the little things right, like nudging you when you’ve missed something. Let’s take a closer look.
As you can see in this video, the Galaxy S III can automatically take a burst of eight shots and select the best one for you. It sees your best side. [imgclear]
When you pick up your phone, wouldn’t it be nice if it let you know what you’ve missed while you’ve been gone? The Galaxy S III gives you a vibrating nudge to let you know that you’ve missed a call or message. [imgclear]
When you stare directly at the screen, the Galaxy S III’s 1.9-megapixel front camera looks deep into your eyes and can maintain a bright display for your continued viewing pleasure. The result: auto screen dimming, the way it should be. [imgclear]
Another smart Samsung touch: The Galaxy S III knows when you want to talk. When you’re messaging someone and decide to call them instead, simply lift your phone to your ear and Direct Call will dial their number for you. [imgclear]
Tell your internet-connected Samsung Galaxy S III to turn off the alarm for a few minutes and let you sleep a bit more, answer or reject calls, turn your music up (or down), and even tell the camera when to shoot##. No more off-kilter shots while moving your thumb to the shoot button! [imgclear] [/left] [right]
Buddy Photo Share
Speaking of photos, the Galaxy S III can recognise faces using your group profiles, and if you’re online, link them to your friends. [imgclear]
Social Tag lets you link the faces in your photo album with your friends’ social media streams*. Once it’s set, all you have to do is look at pictures of your friends while connected and you’ll see their current status appear. [imgclear]
AllShare Play makes it easy to send photos or videos to compatible tablets, PCs and TVs. [imgclear]
Another great way to share files: Put the backs of two Galaxy S III phones together, and you can almost instantly (and wirelessly) transfer documents, contacts, photos and home videos. [imgclear]
Samsung Galaxy S III
With free** Navigon turn-by-turn navigation and 50GB Dropbox storage^^, now is the time to discover the outstanding performance of the Galaxy S III. Learn more at samsung.com/galaxys3/.
* Internet connection required. Data and subscription charges apply.
^ To store content on the cloud, AllShare Play requires separate registration with the third-party service provider. Internet connection required. Data and subscription charges may apply. Usage is subject to service provider agreements. AllShare Play app with cloud storage feature is only available on selected Samsung devices. Samsung takes copyright seriously. Only share content that you own or have the right to share.
# S Beam only compatible with Samsung Galaxy SIII devices. Samsung takes copyright seriously. Only share content that you own or have the right to share.
## S Voice may not be available in all languages and dialects. Performance may vary depending on the language spoken, the surrounding environment and ambient noise.
** Map updates are offered free of charge upon activation of the Navigon FreshMaps package and guaranteed for a 2 year period; after this time a fee may apply for further map updates. Internet connection required. Data charges may apply for further map updates. Service availability and operation may depend on GPS satellite coverage and may also vary by geographical region.
^^ Internet connection required. Data charges may apply.