Samsung will finally release the latest Galaxy S3 this coming June. The Galaxy S3 features a four-core processor, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.8-inch AMOLED screen, and 4G LTE connectivity. Although Samsung hasn't yet officially launched a finished model of the Galaxy S3, a number of technology websites have tried the device and some of the things they discovered are really interesting.
In particular, Jessica Dolcourt from CNET has given praise for the Samsung Galaxy S3 mainly because of its features such as the 8-MP camera and Buddy Share, which can be used to tag photos then send them through text or email to others. In addition, Dolcourt said that she really appreciates the fact that Samsung made the camera work in conjunction with the address book in order to simplify the process of photo sharing. Also, the photos have great sharpness and colors, although sometimes it can be too saturated.
On the other hand, a group of people at GSM Arena put the Galaxy S3 through a variety of battery tests. It is important to test the battery life of Galaxy S3 since it has a 4.8-inch screen and the processor will most likely have high power consumption. Fortunately, according to the testers in GSM Arena, the massive 2100 mAh battery of the Galaxy S3 successfully powered the smartphone, with talk time of up to 10 hours without consuming much of the battery, or up to five hours of internet surfing.
Moreover, the Galaxy S3 has good results in terms of video playback time. GSM Arena said that the smartphone lasted for more than 10 hours of nonstop video playback and only consuming 90% of its battery. Galaxy S3 is surely perfect for those who love to travel all of the time.
According to Russell Holly from Geek.com, he really likes the sleek and stylish casing of the Galaxy S3. It is very lightweight to the extent that owners won't feel it is there in their pockets.