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The Wait Is Over, Samsung Galaxy S III Now In India
(21-07-2012)
 
The Wait Is Over, Samsung Galaxy S III Now In India
 

Two days after its European debut, Samsung’s much awaited flagship model Samsung Galaxy S III has entered the Indian market on Thursday, 31st May 2012. According to the latest reports, the Samsung Galaxy S III will be priced somewhere in between Rs 34,000 to Rs 38,000 to Indian customers. The Galaxy S III is the third generation Galaxy phone from Samsung and is expected to bring a lot more than its precursor. It should be known that Samsung’s Galaxy S II helped the Korean manufacturer overthrow Apple Inc as the leading smartphone maker in the world, and now with Galaxy S III, the company hopes to further extend that lead. On tech spec front, we’ve known that the Samsung Galaxy S III will run Google’s latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS and will flaunt a 4.8-in display screen. The display screen here is much bigger than its precursor Galaxy S-II. In addition to the bigger screen, the handset also comes loaded with tons of interesting features such as 'Smart stay', in which the handset identifies when you are looking at it and hence enhances the screen brightness for better viewing. The Samsung Galaxy S III also brings a brand new “Pop up Play” feature, which allows the customers to send email or text while watching an HD video. The Galaxy S III boasts an 8MP camera with zero-lag shutter speed, which allows you to capture moving without any delay. There also is the 'Burst shot' function, which allows the users to capture twenty constant shots. HD video can be recorded even with the 1.9MP front facing camera. Samsung has also given the Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to Galaxy S III. Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S III comes loaded with features like 'Video Hub' and 'Game Hub', which gives you access to high quality movies and TV and several social games, respectively. However all these features initially will be launched in selected countries and subsequently will be launched worldwide.