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The Samsung Galaxy SIII for dummies

28 September 2012 No Comment

The Samsung Galaxy SIII

The Samsung Galaxy SIII

The screen of the Samsung Galaxy SIII is lovely to look at, but the overall image darkness is not exactly very impressive. This was noticeable during hot and extra sunny days, the truth was finally revealed.

Some of the applications, such as the internet browser were not exactly bright originally. When the setting is set to maximum brightness, the maximum brightness still fails to impress.

The battery power of the Samsung Galaxy SIII is reliable, but on the other hand, settings check was confusing to say the least.

The operating system is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich looks brilliant on the Samsung Galaxy SIII smartphone. Samsung has employed a lighter hand with the help of its Touch Wiz interface, which is better than its previous smartphones. Also, the Samsung Corporation hasn’t exactly adopted all the Google’s visual cues for instance the Ice Cream Sandwich menu. People are vehemently missing this lovely interface. With the help of Touch Wiz, Samsung Corporation has indeed installed gestures as well as systems control access in the pull down notifications. The Android Beam has been stacked up a bit.

The S Voice: The copycat of Siri

The S Voice is the latest outing of Samsung Corporation, which is an out and out copy of Apple Siri. It is a voice assistant. Though, Samsung has lost the case in court and paid a fine for it. The S voice as mentioned earlier is the personal voice assistant and employs the Android’s installed Voice actions in a better format, formerly invented by Apple Corporation.

The disadvantage is that the S voice drains the battery life faster than all of the applications. The S Voice has been powered by Vlingo on the listening end, while the interpretation end is handled by Nuance. It will be taking answers from the databases just like Wolfram Alpha. Double press the home button and the S Voice will be activated. Also, you can say hello galaxy, and it will be activated.

Some of the features of the Samsung Galaxy SIII are more useless than applicable. Just like the sharing of content via Group Cast and All Share Play are not exactly very useful. Also, they are complicated to set up first.

The tech corporation Samsung should get kudos for making such a revolutionary smartphone with groundbreaking features, the customers will still only give heed to its camera performance in comparison to photo sharing options.

The S Beam from the house of Samsung

The name of the S Beam is a bit superimposing and demands respect.  That is because it is built on top of Android Beam of Ice Cream Sandwich. It is used for beaming larger sized files like photos, videos and documents across two smartphones. It will be NFC and Wi-Fi for this purpose.

Also, it will employ the maps; URL’s as well as contact information from Android Beam.

The S Beam has worked out quite well every time and it therefore demands respect for its usefulness.

With the help of S Beam, you can transfer or share information with two smartphones.

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