Samsung’s newly-announced Galaxy S III smartphone – which was on display at the CTIA 2012 in New Orleans – boasts a few software enhancements, including the company’s TouchWiz user interface and facial recognition in photo gallery, which give the handset a notable edge in terms of overall appeal.
According to some commenters, who got a chance of a hands-on with Samsung’s “next Galaxy” - the Galaxy S III – at the CTIA, it is essentially the improvements on the software side which make the new Samsung handset notably better then its earlier Galaxy counterparts.
While the Galaxy S III features which were already raved about by industry experts included the handset’s 4.8-inch 720×1280 resolution Super AMOLED HD screen, its powerful quad-core processor, and the Android
4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ version on board, the hands-on with the device at the CTIA event has apparently revealed that the Samsung TouchWiz user interface is exceedingly fast and impressive.
The hands-on experience with the Galaxy S III showed that clicking pictures is a breeze with the handset’s 8-megapixel camera, and that the Samsung’s customized TouchWiz gallery allows the users to tag photos using facial recognition. As a result, all snaps of family and friends can be recognized and tagged immediately.
Thereafter, it becomes possible for the users to make instant calls to people from a photo, or to send them a text message, or even tweet the image --- with all these small enhancements comprising a significant part of the ‘uniqueness’ of the Galaxy S III, over and above its attractive spec sheet!
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