The amazing Samsung Galaxy S3 is a landmark smartphone. With 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen, quad-core processor, advanced voice commands and 32GB of memory, it's a jam-packed with amazing features. And because it's 'inspired by nature and designed for humans', it's supremely intuitive to use too.
At the heart of the S3 is the amazing S-Voice advanced voice commands feature. This lets you turn on your phone, open apps, take photos with voice commands, check the weather and much, much more simply by speaking to the handset. Imagine having a personal digital assistant right in your palm and you're halfway there.
The SmartStay feature is just as impressive. And just as handy. Using the phone's front-facing 1.9-megapixel camera, the S3 can tell if you're looking at the screen. That means that it won't switch off halfway through a movie if you haven't touched the screen for a few minutes.
And because the S3 is optimised for media, watching movies is something you'll be doing a lot of. Thanks to its vast 4.8-inch Super AMOLED screen with a native HD resolution, there are few better phones around for enjoying video and playing games on the go.
It's great for viewing the videos you've captured yourself too, with the rear-mounted camera's 1080p HD recording capabilities ensuring your home movies look as brilliant as your memories. And with an eight-megapixel lens, with LED flash, a lag-free shutter and fast burst-rate, the S3 excels at still images too.
Need a phone that's also amazing at multi-tasking? Not a problem. Because the S3 packs a powerful 1.4GHz quad-core processor, you can switch between apps and functions seamlessly to really allow you to make the most of your time.
Other features of the S3 include a long-life 2,100mAh battery that can be charged wirelessly, the up-to-the-minute Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android and SBeam, which uses Near Field Communications (NFC) technology to let you share content with other phone owners simply by touching the handsets together.
As with all Android phones, a library of hundreds of thousands of free and paid-for apps and games to choose from is available at the Google Play download market.