Samsung Galaxy S III GT-i9300 16GB

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Samsung Galaxy S3 - eller "the new Galaxy" som modellen också kallas är efterlängtad av många entusiaster. Föregångaren, Galaxy S II blev en av världens mest populära mobiler och den nya modellen har chans att följa i dess spår. Skärmen är på 4,8 tum och har en upplösning på 720x1280 pixlar, 8 megapixelkamera och Samsungs egen fyrkärniga 1,4 GHz-processor "Exynos 4212". Officiell lansering skedde 2012-05-03 i London. Stäng
Samsung Galaxy S3 - eller "the new Galaxy" som modellen också kallas är efterlängtad av många entusiaster. Föregångaren, Galaxy S II blev en av världens mest populära mobiler och ... Läs mer
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  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Supertelefonen

    Plus
    Skärmen
    Gränssnittet
    Prestandan
    Batteritiden
    Mediastödet

    Minus
    Inget särskilt

    Sammanfattning
    Världens bästa telefon blev just bättre.

    Betyg
    Form/design: 9/10
    Ergonomi: 9/10
    Funktioner: 10/10
    Användarvänlighet: 10/10
    Prisvärde: 9/10

    6 år sedan
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    Samsung Galaxy S3

    Plus

    • Skärmen och skärmstorleken
    • Snabb
    • Roliga småfunktioner

    Minus

    • Skärmstorleken
    • S voice

    6 år sedan
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    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S3

    Plus

    • Stunning HD Screen
    • Fastest Phone On The Planet
    • Good quality 8 Megapixel camera
    • MicroSD slot for expanding storage

    Minus

    • Just a bit too big for many people
    • Screen not quite as sharp as HTC One X
    • Build doesn't feel as premium as other high-end rivals

    8 mån sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 review

    Plus

    • Decent battery life
    • Superb screen
    • New, lower price

    Minus

    • Subjective design
    • Older Android OS
    • Aging features

    Conclusion
    So, you're thinking about purchasing a Samsung Galaxy S3. Is it going to be a good idea? In short, that really depends.There is an awful lot that the Samsung offers, with its still impressive camera and the fact that the aging processor now sits comfortably at the lower end of the market complete with the price to match.Unfortunately I still struggle to move past the older OS, which is a real shame as it holds the S3 back from smashing the lower end of the market to pieces.Obviously it makes sense for Samsung, it still has its own phones to sell in this sector after all, but it puts the Galaxy S3 on the back foot against the "mini" generation and the likes of the budget Moto G.First reviewed: May 2012

    3 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 review

    The now venerable Galaxy S3 is still a good phone, but there are better options for most, even at its much reduced price

    4 år sedan
  • Review Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300) Smartphone

    Casing's attractive design
    Micro SD card reader (up to 64 GB)
    50 GB of Dropbox storage (24 months)
    NFC (near-field communication)
    Appealing and swift user interface (TouchWiz 5.0)
    Camera module (1080p shots, 8 megapixels, LED flash)
    High-contrast HD Super AMOLED (720p, PenTile)
    Outstanding computing power (quad-core)
    Large 2100 mAh lithium ion battery (removable)
    Consumption rates and battery runtimes
    Aluminum looks rather than aluminum (rim)
    12 month warranty only
    Preinstalled bloatware
    Many software features only a nice-to-have (S Voice, Smart Stay and co.)
    AMOLED screen's brightness
    Temperature development during load

    5 år sedan
  • The Best Smartphone Camera

    Winner - Nokia Lumia 920: Using only the automatic setting, it gets an accurate exposure and decent image in all shooting conditions. You can't beat it.

    Second Place - iPhone 5 It's not the best at any one thing, but the iPhone 5 performs reasonably well in most settings, but the flash makes photos a total mess.

    Third Place - BlackBerry Z10: The Z10's details are beautifully sharp, which is a refreshing reminder that smartphones don't always have to shoot the fuzzy, soft photos we're used to. Still, the camera underperforms in terms of overall image quality?especially in low-light?compared to the field.

    Fourth Place - Galaxy SIII: Pretty impressive that the Galaxy S III's camera holds its own, despite being nearly a year old. '

    Fifth Place - Nexus 4:. For being Google's flagship Android device, the Nexus 4 is incredibly disappointing. Its camera is terrible even under optimal conditions. You have to cut corners somewhere to hit a low price point, and Google obviously skimped on the camera.

    5 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 Review


    Cons
    -Not ideal for portraits
    -Difficult to get close to your subject for macro shots
    -No image stabilisation


    Pros
    -Image quality is good
    -Android operating system
    -Apps available for editing and sharing images
    -Large touch screen
    -Fast continuous shooting

    5 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S III

    Plus

    • Fast
    • big display and a great camera.

    Minus

    • Samsung software overload
    • same old plastics
    • Super AMOLED is losing its charm.

    ConclusionIs the Samsung Galaxy S III an excellent smartphone? Yes it is. Given the millions of preorders, I suspect many of you would buy this no matter what I said about the phone. That speaks of Samsung's momentum in the smartphone market and their excellent track record. Is this Samsung's best Android phone ever? Yes it is, but there is room for improvement. I'd love to see Samsung use high quality materials and cutting edge designs in their top tier phone. I wish they'd cut down on the absurd number of features and apps introduced with the GS III, and instead focused on making a few core apps really solid. S Voice is a fantastic feature that needs more development (it's hard of hearing, prone to network connection errors and needs more natural language AI to compete with Siri). With more work, it could really sell folks on the Galaxy S III. If Samsung axed the Group Cast PowerPoint presentation sharing over WiFi feature to spend more time on S Voice and facial recognition in photos, the smartphone world would be a better place. Software and cosmetic gripes aside, the Samsung Galaxy S III has phenomenal voice quality, a fast CPU and good battery life for a powerful phone. If you buy one, you probably won't be disappointed.

    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S III Review: Universally Excellent Android Smartphone

    Plus

    • Great design and display
    • Plenty of new smartphone features
    • Superb performance

    Minus

    • Sharing features largely limited to Samsung devices
    • Thin build leads to some awkward handling

    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S III Review: The International Version

    Plus

    • Fantastic display
    • Exceptional processor speed
    • Harmonized software, hardware, and battery
    • Photo and video quality

    Minus

    • Casing and design are not photogenic
    • No camera key

    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) review

    Wired:

    Light and thin, 4.8in 720p HD sAMOLED screen, Android4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, quad-core processor, 8 megapixelcameraTired:

    Not cheap, packed with features but quality varies,no HDMI connection

    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 review

    Samsung's Galaxy S3 is one of the best Android handsets on the market and easily outclasses almost all of the competition, boasting quad-core processor technology, a bright and vibrant display and the best camera seen on any Samsung smartphone to date.

    Pros: Nice visual design, great screen, quad-core processor, excellent camera, useful Samsung software additions, microSD card slot.

    Cons: Polycarbonate chassis feels cheap, Samsung's S Voice is a poor Siri clone

    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S III

    Quad-core, big screen, Android handset crammed with features and backed up by big specs for the power user.

    6 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S3

    Best smartphone, Award 2012. Believe the hype, the Galaxy S3 is the phone they all have to beat

    For

    • Slim and stylish design
    • SD card and Dropbox for extra storage
    • innovative features from voice control to proximity sensor
    • superb video, very good audio
    • clever interface

    Against

    • Home button has slight lag
    • some unnecessary proprietary apps

  • Samsung Galaxy S III Review

    Plus

    • Super-fluid performance
    • Refined user experience
    • S Voice natural language recognition

    Minus

    • Camera photos tend to be a bit overexposed
    • The polycarbonate used doesn't give the impression of something premium

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 review

    Plus

      Nice visual design, great screen, quad-core processor, excellent camera, useful Samsung software additions, microSD card slot.

    Minus

      Polycarbonate chassis feels cheap, Samsung's S Voice is a poor Siri clone

    ConclusionSamsung's Galaxy S3 is one of the best Android handsets on the market and easily outclasses almost all of the competition, boasting quad-core processor technology, a bright and vibrant display and the best camera seen on any Samsung smartphone to date.

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 review

    Conclusion The Galaxy S3 remains an excellent smartphone. It offers a good design and build quality, despite our small niggles. Samsung has put together an impressive set of hardware resulting in silky smooth performance and extensive software features. It is certainly in no way outdated in the current market.

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    Nokia Lumia 920 vs Samsung Galaxy S III


    Conclusion
    This might have sounded pretty strange just a year ago, but the Windows Phone 8-powered Nokia Lumia 920 is the better phone in many respects than the five months older Galaxy S III. It has the better screen, better camera, better call quality and better sound recording and playback. It also offers free offline voice-guided navigation, to solidify its uniqueness before Samsung?s handset.

    Still, throwing every edgy piece of technology Nokia could muster for its first true Windows Phone flagship took its toll on the chassis girth and heft, making it feel like a tank next to the slim and light Galaxy S III. Thankfully, that also affected its stellar drop durability in the positive sense, yet its body, while ergonomic to handle, seems unsightly compared to thin handsets like the S III.

    Furthermore, when it comes to the operating system, Windows Phone, which on the surface is fresh and easy to grasp, feels much more restricted than the freewheeling Android with all its widgets and customizations, plus the superior multitasking and natural voice commands. The app situation is also widely in favor of Android, and thankfully Nokia throws in some fine exclusive apps like Drive and Mix Radio to soothe the pain somewhat.

    Compared feature by feature the Galaxy S III doesn't offer many advantages before the burly, but capable Lumia 920, yet its hardware and software combo is more aligned with the smartphone trends of late, so it feels more familiar. That familiarity is exactly what Nokia has tried to escape from with the unique features of the Lumia 920, sacrificing on the compact factor in the process.

    5 år sedan
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    Samsung-Galaxy-S-III-Smartphone

    New models of Smartphones seem to be arriving on phone store shelves almost daily, and the Apple iPhone is feeling the snapping at their heels by the latest models from numerous companies. Samsung's Galaxy S-III is definitely strong competition. . . . .

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    GSM Arena

    The Samsung Galaxy S III is a massive leap forward compared to any of its predecessors. It has been developed exactly the way a top shelf Android handset should be. The formula is simple, yet elusive to many. It includes getting the best hardware available and implementing it into a sleek and manageable device.The smartphone is one of the fastest around, packs a gorgeous screen, and a fantastic camera. Connectivity will simply overwhelm you with options, and so will all the software...

    6 år sedan
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    Samsung Galaxy S III (Sprint)

    Good

    • Google Wallet is available
    • 16 and 32GB options are offered
    • High level of performance that's seldom matched

    Bad

    • Embedded SIM
    • Lacks GSM roaming
    • Stuck on slow EVDO speeds until LTE lights up

    Bottom Line
    Sprint's iteration of the Galaxy S III stays true to the spirit of Samsung's international model, but lack of GSM roaming and LTE will make it a tough sell.

    6 år sedan
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    Samsung Galaxy S III CDMA Android smartphone

    Plus

    • Quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G support (carrier dependent)
    • HSDPA and HSUPA support; LTE connectivity (carrier dependent)
    • 4.8" 16M-color Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of HD (720 x 1280 pixel) resolution; Corning Gorilla Glass 2
    • Android OS v4.0.4 with TouchWiz launcher
    • 1.5 GHz dual-core Krait CPU, Adreno 225 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon chipset, 2GB of RAM
    • 8 MP wide-angle lens autofocus camera with LED flash, face, smile and blink detection
    • 1080p HD video recording at 30fps
    • Dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b, g, n
    • GPS with A-GPS connectivity; GLONASS support, Digital compass
    • 16/32GB internal storage, microSD slot
    • Accelerometer, gyroscope and proximity sensor
    • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    • microUSB port with USB host and TV-out (1080p) support, MHL, charging
    • Stereo Bluetooth v4.0
    • FM radio with RDS
    • Great audio quality
    • Super slim at only 8.6mm
    • 2MP secondary video-call camera
    • Full Flash for the web browser
    • NFC support
    • Document editor
    • File manager comes preinstalled
    • Extremely rich video and audio codec support
    • Impressively large 2100 mAh battery

    Minus

    • A body with dubious aesthetics
    • No dedicated camera key
    • S Voice is hardly as functional as ads might make you believe

    6 år sedan
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    Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

    Highs

    • Comfortable to hold
    • Amazing rear camera
    • Runs Android 4.0 (ICS)
    • microSD card slot
    • Fun voice and motion features
    • Removable battery
    • Widely available
    • 2GB RAM

    Lows

    • Difficult homescreen customization
    • Poor battery life
    • Recent Apps button menu hard to find
    • Most new features turned off by default
    • S-Voice is limited, like Siri

    6 år sedan
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    GSM Arena

    When Samsung announced the Galaxy S III, they saw to it that their top smartphone matched - at the very least - the best on the market. And because no effort was too much in insuring against any surprises, they ended up with something that's nearly impossible to beat. Love it or hate it, the S III is one of the top phones on the market and will stay so for quite a while.When we say "hate it", we're mostly referring to its size (though it's not much bigger than the S II) and the plastic...

    6 år sedan
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    Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III Android smartphone

    Plus

    • Quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G support
    • 21 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA support
    • 4.8" 16M-color Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of HD (720 x 1280 pixel) resolution; Corning Gorilla Glass 2
    • Android OS v4.0.4 with TouchWiz launcher
    • 1.4 GHz quad-core Cortex-A9 CPU, Mali-400MP GPU, Exynos 4 Quad chipset, 1GB of RAM
    • 8 MP wide-angle lens autofocus camera with LED flash, face, smile and blink detection
    • 1080p HD video recording at 30fps
    • Dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b, g, n
    • GPS with A-GPS connectivity; GLONASS support, Digital compass
    • 16/32/64GB internal storage, microSD slot
    • Accelerometer, gyroscope and proximity sensor
    • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    • microUSB port with USB host and TV-out (1080p) support, MHL, charging
    • Stereo Bluetooth v4.0
    • FM radio with RDS
    • Great audio quality
    • Super slim at only 8.6mm
    • 2MP secondary video-call camera
    • Full Flash for the web browser
    • NFC support
    • Document editor
    • File manager comes preinstalled
    • Extremely rich video and audio codec support
    • Impressively large 2100 mAh battery

    Minus

    • All-plastic body of dubious aesthetics
    • No dedicated camera key
    • microSIM slot
    • S Voice is hardly as functional as ads might make you believe

    6 år sedan
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    GSM Arena

    There's no good story without a villain. No villains here though because this isn't just another story. It rather is Android history being made. And we don't fool ourselves - both these superphones will be history next year, in the less dignified sense. What we are trying to say is, there's no better smartphone here - just one that's more suited to your needs and taste. There's always an element of compromise - be it size against screen estate, power against battery life or looks...

    6 år sedan
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    Samsung Galaxy S3 Review: Best and worst features

    We've found the positives far outweighed the negative aspects of the S3. The performance, screen and gestures are ahead of other Android devices on the market and make this the number one competitor to the iPhone 4S.

    In time we envisage Samsung will also be able to improve S-Voice as it's a server-based system and it should accumulate knowledge to answer questions.

    With the S3 available for free from as little as £26 per month, even the price is more than reasonable.

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    Telekom idag

    Plus:+ Plats för minneskort

    + Kraftigt batteri

    + Skärmen

    Minus:- Siri-utmanaren S Voice

    - Plastbaksidan

    - Inget office-paket ingår

    Sammanfattning:Bättre har vi aldrig sett. Men Galaxy S3 väcker också frågan hur bra en telefon egentligen behöver vara.

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    Samsung Galaxy SIII

    Since this was first announced I have been trying to get one to test as this is probably the most talked about recent offering from anyone. A friend of mine claims it is the only product he needs to run his whole work life.

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    Samsung Galaxy S III

    Plus

    • Battery life
    • Smooth UI and stability
    • Camera performance
    • MicroSD card options
    • Can change the battery

    Minus

    • Display could be brighter
    • Some minor software bugs

    Conclusion There is a lot to love about the Samsung Galaxy S III. As a premium flagship smartphone it has plenty going for it. The huge display, the power, the smooth and fast operation are all to its credit. Add to this the ability to change battery and expand storage and you've a very good package indeed.Of course there are always areas that we might want an improvement: the display could be brighter for example, which is our biggest real gripe. We found some bugs with screen unlock and the Smart Stay feature designed to keep the screen on when reading never really worked for us.In some areas, Samsung's user interface looks a little cartoony, but at the same time, when set it against the biggest rival, the HTC One X, there are things on both sides we'd change. Some of these are easy, because the Android app space is now matured and third party options for things like media servers or keyboards are easy to come by.The Samsung Galaxy S III will undoubtedly do well and it deserves to: it's a fantastic phone. Android users should be smug: you have choices and whichever way your personal preference leads you, you'll get an excellent handset at the end of it.

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    Samsung Galaxy S III - The New Star on the Block (Updated with Video!)

    ConclusionOne thing we noticed off the bat about the Samsung Galaxy S III is its strong departure from its predecessors in terms of design. Instead of the squarish form factor that's found on the Samsung Galaxy S II, the Galaxy S III takes on a more curvaceous shape quite like the Galaxy Nexus. What it does retain is the lone home button and its two accompanying capacitive touch buttons that are on the Samsung Galaxy S II, instead of the virtual-button format that the other Android 4.0 smartphones have. Not that we are complaining either - these will probably be easier to adapt to for those transiting from earlier Android smartphones. The plastic cover that covers the Galaxy's back isn't what we'd call sturdy, but it is definitely thicker than the Samsung Galaxy Nexus'. Otherwise, we were pretty impressed with its lightweight and rounded body, of which contributed to a positive handling experience. The Flipboard app will be exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S III for now - it is stated on Flipboard's Android page that the app will be "coming to select Android mobile phones". This might mean that the app will only work on devices running on a particular Android OS version and above (say 4.0). For updates, do sign up on their page here. The S III will come with a whopping 50GB - twice of what HTC's is offering with its HTC One series - of free Dropbox storage that will last for two years, bringing the rumors of the S-Cloud service to rest, at least for now. There will only be one device launched at the official event, which is, well, the Samsung Galaxy S III. Other products making their appearances would be accessories related to the device, putting allegations that a dual-core Galaxy device would make its appearance to rest. Samsung is expecting brisk sales for the Galaxy S III. And Mr. Lee Jui Siang, Director, Regional Mobile Business, Southeast Asia, Oceania & Taiwan is confident that it will do as well (if not better) than the Galaxy S II: "The S II sold more than 20 million units in ten months and we believe that the S III will do very well too, and help keep us in the leadership position as well as gain market share in this industry." Price and availability have not been announced yet but Mr. Lee mentioned that the phone will make its way first to Europe, estimated end May to early June, before hitting other markets like Asia and Australia. The LTE version is subject to availability based on the country's network infrastructure profile, and there's no confirmation whether it will be coming to Singapore. Well, that's it for now. But keep your eyes peeled at HardwareZone, as we bring you more details of the Samsung Galaxy S III after the official event.

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    Samsung Galaxy S III - What We Know So Far

    ConclusionGiven that the popular Samsung Galaxy S II made its grand splash at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2011, we were fairly disappointed when we first heard that Samsung had decided to unveil its successor at a separate hosted event at a later date instead of at MWC 2012 in February, choosing to concentrate on its tablet efforts instead. Fast forward to mid-April where news finally broke out that Samsung had planned for a big Mobile Unpacked event in London on the 3rd of May, heralding the appearance of "the Next Galaxy". This purportedly refers to the Samsung Galaxy S III, more or less confirmed by Senior VP, Samsung, Robert Yi at the end of a recently-concluded Q1 earnings call. Of course, tech pundits and media alike have not been resting on their laurels - rumors of the phone dated back to even late last year, with some of the recent ones claiming that the the Samsung Galaxy S III will be the official device for the 2012 Summer Olympics, which explains why the event is held in London. Nonetheless, the speculations have caught most of us in a bind - "What does the phone look like? Will it come with a quad-core or dual-core processor? And LTE connectivity?" With the information that we have compiled over the months - amongst which is a supposed hands-on video of the device by Vietnamese website Tinhte -, we've utilized them to cross-reference its alleged specs with the existing Galaxy S devices. As always, do take the legitimacy of the Galaxy S III specs at this point of time with a pinch of salt; nothing is official until Samsung reveals its Galaxy device on the 3rd of May, London time. Rumors, however, about the Samsung Galaxy S III's appearance have been more fickle in nature. The device is said to come in two color options: blue and black, and white. Previously allegations also specify that the phone will feature a ceramic case but leaked photos of the device have attested to the fact that it may come in a brushed metal or stainless steel/plastic case. The Galaxy S III is also alleged to feature a physical home button in the middle of the device under the display, and that it would not be relying on the on-screen navigation buttons available on Android 4.0. Previous leaks have also pointed to the possibility of a second Galaxy device to be unveiled - the only major difference that we see is that it comes with a dual-core processor. This is hardly a new strategy: major manufacturers have had announced their smartphones in batches, take for example, the recent Sony Xperia series and the HTC One series, with one core smartphone positioned as the flagship model and the others catering to niche audiences. Another major announcement that is purported to be made at the Samsung event is with regards to the S-Cloud, the company's very own cloud service. It is said to be similar to Apple's iCloud but comes with no restrictions to the type of content you can upload and is rumored to offer more than 5GB of initial storage. It is also expected to ship with access to entertainment - both free and paid TV shows, movies, and music - that will eventually be available across a suite of Samsung products, such as laptops, tablets and smartphones. Further strengthening its ecosystem will be highly instrumental in keeping customers loyal to a brand, especially in a day and age where consumers no longer stick firmly to one. So what can we expect? It's for certain at least ONE device will make its appearance, but we are expecting to see the possibility of new, elusive devices making their debut at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012. And of course, introducing services like the S-Cloud will certainly complement the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone and pit it even closely against its rival, the iPhone. But for now, we shall leave you with Samsung's latest teaser video (well, Android users have the extra option of downloading the Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012 app from Google Play). In the meantime, keep your eyes peeled for our coverage direct from London! Samsung is currently seeding the Android 4.1.2 update, which includes the Multi-View multi-tasking feature, over-the-air for its popular S III device. Poland will be the first country to receive it. The Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha, an updated version offered by NTT DoCoMo, will include the multi-window feature, one that was first shown on its bigger cousins, the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note 10.1. UK smartphone retailer MobileFun has launched a pre-order page for a black edition of the Samsung Galaxy S III, adding another to an existing palette of three colors for the popular smartphone. We managed to get our paws all over the Samsung Galaxy S III in an exclusive, albeit short, hands-on session. So let's cut to the chase; check out our preview on the highly anticipated gadget after the jump. A screen guard by manufacturer Colorant reveals that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will come with a 4.8-inch display. In addition, comparisons with the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S II hint of a chassis that is slightly longer and has a dedicated menu button. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will allegedly come with a 4.8-inch screen size and measures 130mm, KnowYourMobile reports. Senior VP, Samsung, Robert Yi let one slip about the official name of the upcoming Galaxy phone, the Samsung Galaxy S III. The Verge reports. The Samsung 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad processor has been announced and is scheduled to be part of the next Galaxy smartphone's hardware specifications. The specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S III were leaked in the AnTuTu benchmark. Besides running on Android 4.0, the Galaxy S III will be powered by the Exynos 4212 dual-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz. It also has a 4.7-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels and a whopping 12-megapixel rear camera. Photos of another "dummy box" for the alleged ICS-flavored Samsung Galaxy S III (Samsung GT-I9300) have been leaked, featuring a larger virtual menu button than the one found on the Android 4.0 stock software. The Samsung Galaxy S III benchmark results were accidentally hosted for some time on GLBenchmark with a screenshot promptly taken, Phone Arena reports. Samsung's own cloud service, the S-Cloud, is said to be unveiled alongside the Samsung Galaxy S III on the 3rd of May in London, according to The Verge and MK. To drum up more hype for its upcoming Galaxy S III flagship phone, Samsung launched a teaser site with a countdown ending in about 10 hours. What will be revealed then still remains a mystery. A sneak peek video at the Samsung Galaxy S III has been making its round on the Internet, a few weeks before its official May 3rd unveiling, Engadget reports. An unnamed Samsung executive mentioned that the company's upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will be powered by Samsung's very own Exynos quad-core CPU with an on-chip LTE, adding on to the list of rumors surrounding Samsung's next Android smartphone.