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Samsung Galaxy S III Visual Tour: Android Superphone

Samsung's Galaxy S III looks more elegant and thin than the company's previous smartphones, with an even larger display. It is a fantastic media consumption unit.
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If you're on the phone when a call comes in (or just too busy or important to take a call), Samsung's Galaxy S III lets you choose from a set of pre-defined or custom messages so you can tell the caller why you aren't picking up.

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apummer945
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7/24/2012 | 7:36:55 PM
re: Samsung Galaxy S III Visual Tour: Android Superphone
that all is very nice, but how long does it work with one battery charge? how good is the basic function -- the phone -- the range?, where is the antenna? e.g. the i Phones used to have where you hold the device with your hand..
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ewarren61@gmail.com,
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7/1/2012 | 9:01:30 PM
re: Samsung Galaxy S III Visual Tour: Android Superphone
Want. BTW, I have Call Rejection notifications on my Droid 3 running Gingerbread. Is this carrier/platform-specific feature?
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6/21/2012 | 12:52:10 AM
re: Samsung Galaxy S III Visual Tour: Android Superphone
Please note that it does not run a Dual Core, but a Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9
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