Samsung Galaxy S III: The four things to remember
In recent days, during a presentation held at the ‘ Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London, Samsung has unveiled its new smartphone Galaxy S III. As we explained in our article , illustrating the main features of the device, it was preview since the Samsung Galaxy S III will debut on the European market until 29 May next and then go on the shelves in other continents. Of all the peculiarities of the new smartphone the Korean ones are, however, four of these, after a few days after submission of the device, it is good to point out: – Hardware equipment of all respect.
Galaxy S III is based on a powerful quad-core 1.4 GHz, which represents the “top” for smartphones on the market today. The other key aspects that distinguish the hardware of the new Samsung smartphones are two cameras, one front and one 1.9-megapixel on the back of 8 Megapixels, Super AMOLED display with a size of 4.8 inches that can guarantee a resolution of 1280×720 pixels and a 2,100 mAh battery. Compact and manageable, the Galaxy S III weighs 133 grams and is often 8.3 mm. – The Galaxy S III software “knows” the user.
Samsung developers have worked hard on optimizing all of the features designed to interact with the owner of the smartphone through voice commands and facial recognition. The camera installed on the phone is able to determine when the user is looking at the display: this way the screen is permanently switched on so that you avoid having to continually tap to keep it “operational”. Samsung ‘ S Voice “also allows you to control your phone by voice, similar to what happens with Apple iPhone 4S Siri, no longer need to act on the display. When, for example, would trigger the “wake up”, for example, to turn it off just say a voice command, without the need to look for the button ” Off “on the screen of the Galaxy.
Thanks to voice recognition (the Galaxy S III will automatically detect the words and commands) you can dictate e-mails, check the weather forecast, take pictures and so on. – No support, at least during the initial launch for LTE connections. The quad-core processor chosen by Samsung for its Galaxy S III is extremely powerful but cumbersome. This seems to be one of the reasons why the Korean company has preferred not to insert a chip capable of providing connectivity support LTE ( Long Term Evolution ).
The smartphone from Samsung, then, not just hit stores will provide the opportunity to connect mode HSPA + or with the traditional Wi-Fi but will not look as modern, high performance LTE (we suggest the reading of these our articles for all the information on the landscape Italian). Early versions of the Galaxy S III with LTE chips, according to a statement by the spokesman for Samsung, should not arrive before the summer.
Latest version of Android. Purchasers of the Galaxy S III will find pre-installed the latest version of Android, the 4.0 ” Ice Cream Sandwich “, designed by Google as a trait union between the world of smartphones and that of the tablet. Among other refinements, we recall, Android 4.0 offers support facial recognition technology for the “unlock” the device. Also of note is Android Beam , a mechanism that allows you to send contact information to contacts, directions, web pages, and more through the NFC ( Near Field Communication ): To proceed, simply touch each other two compatible phones.