Looks like Samsung Galaxy S III Has the Wow Factor!

At the Annual CTIA in New Orleans Samsung’s Galaxy S III has heads turning. Jessica Dolcourt reports from New Orleans”

Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on: Oh yes, it has wow factor

The Samsung Galaxy S III has come to America! At least for a quick visit to CTIA. Here we get our first look of Samsung’s flagship phone.

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012.

Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why.

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, has crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012.

Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why.

Design
I found the phone’s design and two colors — marble white and pebble blue — immediately compelling. The handset’s plastic looked far more premium than other devices. Yes, the white version is shiny plastic, but the silver accents give it a more premium look and feel. The “pebble blue” color (which to my eyes is more like a slate gray with bluer overtones) looks like it has a brushed finish.”

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Can’t wait to see it!

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