Samsung Galaxy S3 Review - Page 4
Every smartphone now a days gets rated on how great the camera is and what all the camera can do and the S III isn’t lacking in this department at all. The rear camera has an 8-megapixel unit with LED flash. Photos aren’t as sharp or as detailed in some other high end smartphones, but they do come close. The camera app also has built-in face detection mode, a burst shot mode and modes for HDR photos, macro shots and panoramas. One feature that was helpful when trying to snap a photo of my 4 year old son is the Smile Shot, which takes a photo anytime someone in the frame smiles
The front facing camera is 1.9-megapixel camera that is capable of handling Skype calling and profile pics but not really much of anything else.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is still one of the top phones on the Android Market right now. Some software issues aside the phone still out performs so many other devices. The hardware side alone is mesmerizing enough and some of the other features just need a bit fine tuning and you have yourself a very worthy phone for a while.
We now turn our attention to the Kyle Scientific Scale-o-Rama and judge this device on a very strict scale of BUY IT, FLIP IT or SKIP IT. The Samsung Galaxy S III gets a very solid BUY IT. The Samsung Galaxy S III is available on Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T and US Cellular. Each carrier has different pricing options so make sure to check them out for yourself.