The planned 3G service is not going to be any fun unless you have gadgets to play around with using the quicker broadband.
Samsung made sure to release its newest smartphone and tablet iterations to take advantage of the 3G launch, creating a stir with the Galaxy SIII smartphone when several reviewers rated it better than the iPhone. One innovative feature is Smart Stay, which recognises how you use your phone such as reading an e-book or browsing the web as well as having the front camera identify what your eyes are looking at, which lets the gadget maintain a bright display when you are using it. The Best Photo feature selects the best eight out of 20 recent photographs recognised taken, while S Beam allows you to transfer information even without a WiFi or cellular signal simply by touching another Galaxy SIII.
The Galaxy's S Voice is an advanced natural language user interface that listens and responds to your words, while Pop Up Play lets you watch videos while performing other tasks. But other features such as Direct Call during texting, which turns a text into a phone call simply by lifting the phone, have the potential to be annoying.
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