Samsung is in full force in London at the moment unvealing their latest flagship, the Galaxy S III. Key specs include a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED display, 8 megapixel camera with special modes like burst shot, HSPA+ with LTE coming in summer, NFC support, 8.6 MM thickness, and a gigantic battery that Samsung promises will mean the end of battery consumption worries. Curiously enough, something not mentioned was the processor.
The Galaxy SIII appears to be running a version of TouchWiz called TouchWiz Nature UX designed specifically for Android 4.0. The new version of TouchWiz adds a lot of new features, but does retain a lot of the design language from older versions of TouchWiz
There’s always a ace in the hole on today’s flagship handsets, and Samsung’s happens to be eye tracking and advanced voice commands: the Galaxy S III will apparently be able to track your eye movement and react accordingly. Furthermore, they take the “Voice Talk” function found on the Galaxy S II to a whole new level with S Voice, a feature that will immediately draw comparisons to Apple’s Siri.
Like previous Galaxy S handsets, Samsung’s going global, with availability in 145 countries and the support of 295 carriers. Availablilty is expected to start fast, at the end of May.
- Quad Core Exynos 4 Processor (International), Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 (LTE Models)
- SAMOLED Display 720p (Pentile)
- 16/32/64GB Capacities (MicroSD Expansion available)
- 8 Megapixels Back & 1.9 Megapixels Front Camera
- 2100mAh Battery (removable)
Source: The Verge