[Detailed!] Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

Samsung Galaxy S3 has been launched on 3/5. It is the newest phone from Samsung. It is the successor to the previous version Galaxy S2. After its competitors have launched the high-end smartphone, such as HTC One X, Sony Xperia S, LG Optimism 4X. Its competitors have already using a Quad-Core Processor like HTC One X, which is using NVIDIA Tegra 3, perform extremely well in heavy loading tasks. We can ensure that a Quad-Core Processor will provide more than sufficient processing power to the smartphone, and to let it run extremely smooth. For android system, in micck’s opinion, it is better to have at least dual-core processor to power the device, it is the minimum requirement to have a good user experiences on Android OS (at least not lagging all of the time). Back to our main topic, the Samsung Galaxy S3, it has several improvement when comparing to its previous version.


  • 1.4GHz quad-core processor
  • 16 / 32GB Internal storage memory
  • SD Card slot to expand memory to 64 GB
  • 4.8″ Super AMOLED display
  • 8 megapixel camera
  • 1080p video recording at 60fps
  • 2100 mAh battery
  • NFC Chip
  • Ice Cream Sandwich OS – 4.0.4 version

This review included the following parts:

1. Design

▲ Slick Design, 8.6mm, slightly thicker than Galaxy S2

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has an all new design. The phone is round-shaped, and it has three buttons below the screen(traditional of Samsung’s smartphones), one real button, two virtual button on two sides. Samsung Galaxy S3 also uses a curved mon design, which lets you the phone fits the edge of your face when you are in call.

2. I/O

Top View

▲ headphone jack is in the top position.

Side View (left)

▲The left side, leaving only the volume keys, pay attention to the body and the back cover of the fit at the curve sketched.

Side View (right)

▲The only button on the right is the power button.

Bottom View

▲Micro-USB connector

Next page: User Interface and Software

6 comments on “[Detailed!] Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

      • Sweet! I will most likely upgrade. My original SGS is awesome, I can’t wait until I get a SGS 3!

      • Yeah, I can’t wait until I get it. A quad core android phone sounds fantastic. I’m curious if it will be as tricky to root as the original SGS was.

      • I think the root method of the SGS 3 will be out soon as SGS 3 is being more popular in the market. It won’t be too hard to root as there is many tutorials can be seen on the internet.

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