On our third day at CTIA Wireless 2012, we dug deep into all the new features of the upcoming Galaxy SIII halo phone from Samsung and learned when Sprint will begin to sell a new 4G LTE smartphone. As always, the coverage isn’t just about handsets, we also found a new ubiqutous messaging app for Android phones, a snazzy dock that rivals the iPhone in minimalist design, and a future-minded tech that may let you charge your devices by setting them on a coffee table.
Yes, this sequel to the hugely popular Galaxy S II steps things up in the specs department with a bigger and sharper 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display and a swift quad-core Samsung Exynos processor. But Samsung has made sure you can do with more with all that power. The list of unprecedented tools includes clever tricks like picture-in-picture video inside other applications, smart gestures, and a camera that remembers faces and auto-tags them across pictures.