Samsung released its most awaited and most rumored phone, the Galaxy S III on 3rd May. Samsung has loaded it with features and it runs on the latest Android OS. In our previous post we explained what this phone is allabout and in this article we will tell you the 10 most amazing features for which Galaxy S III will be known. So, our list goes like this:
Sharp Bluetooth Stereo
The Apt-X codec in the Galaxy S III takes the shadowy muddiness out of Bluetooth stereo, promising much sharper wireless sound. Now that the Galaxy S III, HTC One series handsets, and Motorola Droid Razr all have Apt-X, Apt-X wireless headphones will hit the markets soon.
When everyone is talking about Apple’s siri, Samsung launches its competitor, the S-Voice. It can do Web searches and run the phone’s own functions. We haven’t yet seen how deep it goes or how smart it gets, but what little we’ve seen is encouraging. We might like to add a little piece of advice when you use S-Voice ,use it in a silent room.
Better Call Quality
We may call them Smartphones but still they are phones, right? Most of the time we use them to talk to our friends. So, Samsung galaxy S III comes with The Audience es305 voice-processing chip which makes you sound sharper on the other end of a call, cancelling the noise so humans can hear you and by refining your voice even S-Voice can better understand what you say.
Ice cream Sandwich is hardly seen in the market. There is still a long way ahead for this OS. It’s time for Android lovers to be able to move up to this latest version of the OS. In our standards, Ice Cream Sandwich delivers far better browsing speeds than Gingerbread, and new APIs let developers take enhanced advantage of larger screens like the 4.8-inch panel on the Galaxy S III and 5.3 inch of Galaxy Note ( the largest screen size available in the markets for a phone).
Pop-Up Play displays what one can do with a quad-core processor on his/her smartphone. If you’re watching a video and you want to do something else, you can turn the video into a little thumbnail that will float – shows it is still playing in the background ! This is a step towards apps running concurrently.
So, everybody must have observed that while reading a book in your phone it suddenly goes black. It’s so irritating. Smarter way to solve this problem is incorporated in S III. It uses a sensor to know if your head is in front of the phone. If not it dims the light and saves battery, otherwise the light glows.
Social Tagging / Buddy Share
Samsung says it uses face recognition to match people in your photos up with your phonebook (WOW!). Then you can click through the photos to their social-networking status (Fb,Twitter), or tap on their faces to mail them the photos. That’s pretty astonishing. Isn’t it?
Relatively few people hook their phones up to their TVs because of the two patchy choices HDMI/MHL adapters (complicated and short). DLNA networking (which is incomprehensible).Samsung’s AllShare Play dongle, like HTC’s Media Link HD, hooks up to your TV and lets your S III beam video wirelessly without a confusing UI.
The Galaxy S III was expected to get a 12 MP camera but got an 8 MP camera instead. It also takes photos in burst mode like HTC one X. When you click for a photo, you’re actually taking eight, and then you can pick the best one of the bunch.
Transferring files are becoming easier and easier every day. With the S III the combined duo of NFC and Wi-Fi Direct, one can transfer files – even large ones –at avery rapid rate but for that both the parties need to have an S III. But, it would be great if we can transfer file in the same way between any two phones so to speak.
Of course these are not only the features in Galaxy S III,there are a lot more but only these ten could make it upto my Top Ten list.