First we'll be browsing through the specs of the phone, honestly there is just so much that it's best to put them in a table and present them to you that way. The Galaxy S III features a 4,8" display with 720x1280 (HD Ready 720p) screen. But let me place the most common specs into a table:
A2DP (Bluetooth stereo), Movement sensor, DLNA, Handsfree, Compas, Swype-txtinput , Tril, Voicerecorder, WiFi Direct
Frequency range (gsm/umts)
850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz , 1900MHz , 2100MHz
802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Samsung Exynos 4 Quad
Secure Digital Micro, Secure Digital Micro High Capacity
White / Blue
136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6 mm
Height / Depth
Accessory-wise, the new Galaxy S III could be beefed up with some neat accessories, though these come at extra cost. Optional are a wireless charger gadget, a flip cover, an HDMI adapter, a battery charging stand and the S-Pebble MP3 player, which plays MP3's from your S III wirelessly.
Included in the default package however are the phone, in-ear headphones (good sound quality by the way), the battery and a USB 2.0 cable and socket charger.
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