Samsung Galaxy S3 (SIII) on three.
The lastest high-end smartphone from Samsung is the S3. Packing cutting edge technology, it still posseses a specification that can take on any avaialble smartphone you can buy today.
With a gorgeous 4.8-inch 720p display, a sleek casing and a powerful quad-core processor the Samsung Galaxy S3 on three is the pick of the Android smartphones.
The S3 comes in two colours and with two memory sizes. Pebble Blue or Marble White are the colour options (the Blue is quite a dark colour, alomst grey in darker conditions) whilst memory options are either 16GB or 32GB. This is built in memory, but don’t forget the the SIII also has an integrated microSD card slot so that you can add additional memory capacity as you need it. Something that the Apple iPhone range doesn’t have. Samsung are also set to release a 64GB S3 at some point in the furute.
The opertaing system comes courtesy of Google’s Android, with the S3 on three being available with the Android 4.0 when intially released, and has been user upgradable to 4.1 Jelly Bean since October 2012.
The superb display, slender profile and powerful processsor are just a glimpse of what this phone can do.
Check out the specifictions below and compare them to newer rivals such as the HTC One or Xperia Z and decide if the additonal costs of these newer handset are really worth it to you.
Samsung S3 on three specifications:
136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6 mm
4.8” Super Amoled HD display
16, 32 or 64GB
Expandable memory using the integrated microSD card slot
50GB Dropbox cloud storage included free for two years
Pebble blue or marble white
2,100mAh with the capability to add wireless charging as an optional extra
8 megapixel rear; 1 megapixel front
1280 x 720 pixel HD resolution with 306ppi
Exynos quad-core running at 1.4GHz
Android 4.0, upgradable to Android versino 4.1 (Jellybean)
Internal model number