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Always On: Samsung's Galaxy S III Unboxing at Always On

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Always On: Samsung's Galaxy S III Unboxing at Always On

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Molly Wood unwraps the new Samsung Galaxy S3 to drool over its Ice Cream Sandwich goodness, its 1.4 GhZ Quad Core processor, and its 4.8-inch super AMOLED screen.

Inside this box I have the Samsung galaxy S three. The hottest Android phone that you can buy right now and even though Samsung may -- unprecedented move of making it available on all the major US carriers. I got so excited that I ordered the international unlocked versions I can get it sooner. Let's have a look and I got the white model. As you can see this phone is pretty. That has a four point eight inch super amoled screen looks pretty good. There's a one point four gigahertz Quad Core processor. Although unfortunately the US version will be dual core only 5112 gigs of ram to make up for it. There's an eight megapixel camera on the back. It has Gorilla Glass bits sixteen gig standard we can get up to 32 gigs of storage there's removable battery and is a micro SD card slot. -- the phone has this weird eye tracking features so that it keeps the screen on whenever there's a person looking at it that's a little bit more of a gimmick than anything. And then S voice is the feature that's supposed to go head to head with Siri. -- -- -- a road test a little later and see which one of those can drive us -- the soonest. But all that said the galaxy S three is unquestionably. An awesome phone in fact our UK editors already gave it an editor's choice. Based on that unlocked Quad Core version -- -- governor cnet.com. And read the full review their --
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