The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S III release has been a hot topic for Android fans, but upon review of the specs, features and components, does the hot new gadget have a good rating? Android aficionados will surely buy the handset either way, since the mobile phone has been highly anticipated for some time.
An article about the new smartphone reveals how one company tore the phone apart to dissect each part. The Android handset has a 2100mAh battery which houses the phone's NFC chip. While smaller than the battery inside the Droid Razr Maxx, it is still bigger than the one for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Battery life is extremely important with the newer 4G smartphones, as was quickly discovered with the HTC Thunderbolt release last year.
The Samsung Galaxy S III uses Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for the screen, which is fused to display, and then fused to the frame. This seems like a costly gadget to have repaired for all the clumsy Android fans out there since Corning has not stated how well the display resists damage.
The phone packs an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and an 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera. It certainly seems like Samsung has big plans to compete with the rivaling Apple iPhone 5.
What are your thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy S III? Do you think this Android smartphone will be as good as fans expect? Will the iPhone 5 release date be overlooked for Samsung's latest gadget?