With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3, industry watchers have started to speculate on the capabilities of the latest smartphone offering of the South Korean company. Among the features of the Samsung Galaxy S3 that piqued the interest of industry watchers was its latest application for its camera. The smartphone comes with an eight-megapixel camera that offers crisp and colorful images with its auto mode offering similar results as the Samsung Galaxy S2.
However some have indicated that some of the colors on the images produced using the camera of the Samsung Galaxy SIII may be a bit too saturated for their tastes.
The camera of the Samsung Galaxy S3 also gives users the capability of shooting in burst and HDR mode. The device also features friend tagging as well as Buddy share which allows users to email or text an image to a person who was tagged in. However one industry watcher who was able to test the camera of the Samsung Galaxy SIII was not able to send some images that were taken immediately.
Face-tagging is also possible using the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Even as the camera of the latest Samsung smartphone appears impressive, it may take some time before users will be able to fully optimize as the features of the device. Integrating the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has also impressed a number of industry watchers which would allow users to share their photos easily.
Although the specific release date of the Samsung Galaxy S3 in the US market has remained unannounced, it appears that users who may not want to sign up for a two-year contract that typically comes with devices that are offered through the different mobile service providers, they can opt to pre-order it through Expansys.
Recent reports have indicated that the Samsung Galaxy SIII is reportedly already available for pre-orders through Expansys although it will cost more than the carrier-subsidized devices. The smartphone, which is the international version of the device, is reportedly priced at around $695.
For consumers who find the price tag a bit too steep, they can opt to wait for the US version of the Samsung Galaxy SIII to be released after its debit in Europe and save up a good amount of cash.