Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 launched as iPhone 5 release is still away

Samsung Galaxy S3 has been launched in 28 countries as Apple’s iPhone 5 release is still months away Samsung has finally released its top-of-the-line Android handset Galaxy S3 in Europe. The South Korean tech giant hopes to outsell the device over its predecessor in the continent. Samsung announced the device on May 3 in a special media event in London. The firm then said that the device would initially be available in European and Middle East countries. Other markets will get the latest version of Galaxy S series sometime later, Samsung said. As per Samsung, the new Galaxy S 3 is now available for grabs in 28 European and Middle East countries. Major markets like Britain and Germany are included in the list. Samsung will make available the most advanced S3 handset before the arrival of Apple’s new iPhone 5. Apple is expected to launch its next iPhone version in the third quarter of the year. As reported by Yahoo, lots of people formed queues in front of Samsung stores in different European countries for the device. Galaxy S fans have been eagerly waiting for the device, which has lots of incredible features including an eye tracking system. Galaxy S 3 specialties The new version of Samsung’s Galaxy S series has been getting great coverage in the media. The device, which features the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, comes with a large 4.8-inch display with better screen resolution and pixel rate. The way it mainly differs from the iPhone 4S and others is with its large display. Among the smartphones, the S 3 is now the only device with a large display. A set of phablets including the Galaxy Note have a 5 or higher inches display, however. Moreover, many international cellular service providers from Britain’s Vodafone to Singapore’s SingTel have been showing off the device as a great product. The carriers have been aggressively promoting the S 3 as a nice handset with the ICS. The device also touts an Exynos Quad quad-core processor, which makes it perform superbly. As per the current trends in market, the smartphone could go beyond its predecessor in number of sales. The Galaxy S 2 was sold in 20 million units across the world. According to the Vodafone UK, the S3 is now the most pre-ordered Android handset ever. “In the two years that we have been offering pre-orders, it is the most pre-ordered Android device we have had in our line-up,” said the carrier’s spokesman. “It is on track to meet, if not exceed, the level of pre-orders we expected by the time it actually launches,” Vodafone, which declined to expose the numbers, said. In fact, Samsung itself believes that S 3 could outsell Galaxy 2. Is it a threat for iPhone 5? Needless to mention, the Galaxy S 3 will be a huge threat for the forthcoming iPhone. S 3 now leads the smartphone market for several reasons. The device features a large display, quad core processor, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, a powerful battery and better multimedia features including an 8-megapixel rear camera. Overall, when compared to the current iPhone 4S, the Galaxy S 3 is a superb product with a huge collection of features. If Apple fails to redesign its iPhone with a larger display, quad core processor and others, undoubtedly the S 3 will dominate the new iPhone. Even if Apple makes particular changes to its iPhone series, it will face critical threats from new Galaxy S phone “The Galaxy S3 is a real challenger to the upcoming iPhone,” says Francisco Jeronimo, an IDC analyst. “This is likely be one of the most sold smartphones this year, though the real test will come when the next iPhone is launched.” Conclusion Samsung has prepared its Galaxy S 3 with its own music service. It is for the first time Samsung has launched a content-based service in its new handset. The handset maker admits that it intends to become a good player in providing content as well apart from its hardware competency. “Samsung is not known for our content services; we make good hardware products but we haven’t done much in the content space but that’s changing,” Samsung’s T.J. Kang says. wholesale accessories,ipad accessories,iphone accessories,ipod accessories

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