We’ve been hearing the rumors for months now, and now Samsung has gotten official with the newest member of its Galaxy line of smartphones, the Galaxy S III.
The phone has a 4.8” touchscreen, 8-megapixel rear-facing and 1.9 mexapixel forward-facing camera, and comes running the latest version of Android — Ice Cream Sandwich. Much like the HTC One X, the camera has zero shutter lag so you can capture photos instantly. The camera is also capable of taking 20 photos at once in burst mode, and a feature called “Best Photo” will pick the best shot out of a group of eight.
The NFC-capable Galaxy S III has a Super AMOLED Plus (1280×720) screen, offering more subpixels than a Super AMOLED screen resulting in improved colors as well as better visibility in bright situations.
Will you buy?