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The Galaxy S III display is a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen featuring 720p (720 x 1280 pixel) resolution and a 306ppi pixel density. Is the Galaxy S III a worthy successor to the venerable Galaxy S II and does it help keep Samsung ahead of its rivals? In a word, yes.
Great 4.8" screen.
Good set of features.
Excellent battery life.
Advanced call quality features.
Big, but light.
A blazing fast beast of a phone with 2GB of RAM and a 1.5GHz dualcore processor.
Slim and comfortable design given large display.
Impressive 4G speeds.
Revamped TouchWiz experience.
Lots of easy sharing functionality.
Camera photos tend to be a bit overexposed.
Screen difficult to read in sunlight.
S Voice not as good as Siri.
Construction quality not the best.
Still no metal used in design.
App seeding on homescreens cumbersome.
Many features are buried deep in the UI.
Relatively dim screen.
Noticeable lag when returning to home screen.
AllShare still second fiddle to Air Play.
Samsung software overload.
Samsung’s TouchWiz software includes a lot of half-baked features that aim for innovation but miss the mark.
No 4G LTE support.
By TechSpot on June 21, 2012
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