Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, Galaxy S III will be offered by 5 U.S. Carriers sometime this month. Those carriers include AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon. Each of carriers will offer customers a customized phone. The U.S. version of Galaxy S III is equipped with a dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 S4 processor. But, it has bigger 2 GB RAM instead of the international version of GS 3 with 1 GB RAM. There are two color options, Pebble Blue and Marble White and two built-in memory options, 16 GB and 32 GB.
The cool features on international version of SGS III are also available on the U.S. version. S-Voice is a voice assistant that allows user to control applications, send text message, set the volume level, search web address, and capture image with voice. The 8 MP camera comes with zero-lag shutter and burst mode. Next is wireless charging, a futuristic feature for charging your phone wirelessly. The Pop Up Play feature allows user to play video wile operating another application in background. Smart Stay detects user’s eyes to keep the screen from timing out when user’s eyes are looking at the screen. With Direct Call, user only need to move the phone next to the ear when reading an SMS and Galaxy S III will automatically call the number. Another cool features is S-Beam, which enables file transfer between two Samsung Galaxy S III phones. With only 3 minutes, a 1 GB movie can be transferred to another device.