The Samsung Galaxy S III is an Android phone that must live up to some serious hype. The specs certainly befit a flagship device, from a quad-core processor and massive 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen (though it’s Pentile) to an 8-MP camera with superfast burst mode. But for this sequel, Samsung is focusing more on the overall user experience as opposed to just speeds and feeds. We’re talking about a device that can read your eyes, understand your voice and automatically pick out your friend’s face in a photo.
Will the Galaxy S III be the Android superphone to beat? Check out the top 15 features of this handset and decide for yourself.
Look out, Siri, there's a new voice-activated personal assistant in town. Samsung says its new S Voice allows you to launch apps, check the weather, activate the phone's camera and take notes just like the iPhone 4S.
S Voice can even be used to wake the Galaxy S III from sleep by simply saying, "Hi, Galaxy." Samsung says the feature will recognize a host of languages including English, French, German, Italian, Continental and Latin American Spanish and, of course, Korean.