During their press event, Samsung specifically drew attention to the new camera capabilities on the Galaxy S3, in particular the almost imperceptible shutter lag. I would say they delivered. On tapping the camera button on the S3 the photo is really taken instantly. Result! There are a few other clever additions, like Burst shot which allows you to take up to 20 photos in the space of just a few seconds. Best Photo mode is also included and the Galaxy S3 chooses the best out of 8 photos taken.
I though it would be worth showing you some of these features, as well as the screenshot taking options and video pop out mode. SO, click on the read more link below to view these features on video.
You may have noticed that the real deal Swype did not come pre-installed on your Galaxy S3. Many S3 users have encountered a parsing error that reads, "Parse error" "There is a problem parsing the package.". This is a bit of a pain in the arse and I have no doubt it'll be rectified shortly. However, in the meantime you have two options...
AT&T has just opened their site to pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy S3. AND according to Engadget, AT&T will be releasing a red version too. What will they call it I wonder? They'll have to stick to their "nature" theme surely. Fire is too abstract.... the other two are stones/rocks of some sort.... so, Ruby? Garnet? nah. What else could it be? Veering away from stones but sticking with the watery nature thing Coral could maybe work... it doesn't really match the smooth shape of the Galaxy S3 though. I digress, a red S3 is coming, that's all you need to know. Pre-order here.
Voice commands (like voice dialing) have been around for years but I've always viewed them as a complete novelty that has zero real world value.
The Galaxy S3 is changing my mind about the use of voice commands. It may not be the improved technology but the way you can use commands on the Galaxy S3 that's done it. Samsung has included the option to control a few apps in this way. So far I've been especially pleased with the results of voice commands on the Galaxy's camera and alarm clock.