By: Hillel Fuld (@hilzfuld)
As you have surely heard, Samsung unveiled its new flagship Android device, the Galaxy SIII after months of ongoing build up and promotion. Unlike Apple announcements, I have yet to read one opinion that expresses disappointment in the new device. People are overall pretty satisfied with the specs, the hardware, and the new technologies that Samsung introduced.
You can read all about those on the Samsung Galaxy SIII website here.
There are endless reviews across the Web. In fact, there are so many that when I googled the words “Samsung Galaxy S3″, Samsung’s site was not even on the first page of results. All the reviews were. Samsung might need to do something about that, but that is a topic for another time.
How is it that when Googling “samsung galaxy s3″, Samsung is not even on the first page? I think Samsung could use some SEO!
— Hillel Fuld (@HilzFuld) May 7, 2012
In any case, instead of reading all the reviews, you can watch the videos below, which include hands-on reviews, comparisons to other leading smartphones, and opinions by some of the leading names in hardware and mobile software review. Enjoy them, they were chosen from hundreds of videos out there.
Of course, there is the first TV ad for the device.
Next up, the most important question of all, how does the SIII compare to the iPhone 4S, its strongest competitor? Sascha Pallenberg has the answer.
Now the official Samsung walk-through of the new Galaxy SIII device.
So we saw the new phone on its own and we saw it against the 4S, but how does it stack up against one of the top Android devices on the market, the HTC One X? Sascha has the answer below.
Finally, the Galaxy SIII has given a stamp of approval to the new trend of gigantic mobile devices. Of course, the leader of this trend is the Galaxy Note with its 5.3′ screen. So let’s take a look at how the new SIII compares to the Note. Which one would you buy?
All in all, the SIII definitely impresses on all fronts and it it gives the best smartphones out there a run for their money. Now, the ball is in Apple’s court. And HTC’s. And even Nokia’s. I don’t know about you, but I am grabbing the popcorn.