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Samsung’s Galaxy devices have always been close to the pinnacle of smartphone design, and it’s latest device is no exception. The Galaxy S III is a 4G enabled device running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and a features a number of features that look to keep Samsung as the
To begin, Samsung’s overhauled its Android 4.0 graphical user interface TouchWiz "Nature UX”. The new skin features nature-like elements such as water ripples when users touch the lock screen, and features that use the device’s rear-facing camera to pan screens while users move elements around. Our only gripe so far with the UI has been its large “scroll bar” that lets users know which home-screen they are currently browsing. While it also acts as a divider between home the static icons and home-screens, it could have been made a little smaller so as to accommodate more on the screen.Specs
The Android phone market can seem at times to be an arms race
, with manufacturers constantly delivering new devices with increased power. The Galaxy S III simply adds fuel to the fire with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and up to 32GBs of internal storage.