Samsung Galaxy S III T-Mobile review - CNET
Samsung's aggressive distribution strategy gives it a leg up against its chief Android rival, the HTC One X, but it fails to sweep HTC's finest, and Apple fans will scoff at Samsung's imitation Siri. The Bad The Galaxy S3's screen is too dim, and Samsung's Siri competitor, S Voice, disappointed.
Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T) Review & Rating - PCMag.com
The new flagship smartphone from the world's number-one mobile phone company, Samsung's Galaxy S III ($199.99 with contract) is literally a huge achievement. Bluetooth headsets work fine with Samsung's "S Voice" voice dialing system. S-Voice, Samsung's answer to Apple's Siri.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 review
Take a closer look, however, and it becomes more apparent that Samsung's design team didn't actually use the past year to catch up on the sleep it lost crafting the GS3. Samsung's choice of build material wasn't one of them. Another design shift is in Samsung's choice of decor.
Samsung Galaxy S III Review - A Great Phone That Tries Too Hard
Samsung's Galaxy S II was the king of Android in 2011. But now HTC is on top with the new One X The Galaxy S III is the most anticipated spec-beast of the year (so far), but that doesn't necessarily mean it's the best.
Samsung I9000 Galaxy S review - From outer space - GSMArena.com
We're getting reports of a Froyo drizzle on Samsung's party. Anyway, Éclair it is – with the Samsung's home-brewed TouchWiz UI on top, which we've already found to notably improve the usability of the interface.
Review - Samsung Galaxy S III Android phone
The Galaxy S III is Samsung's most ambitious smartphone yet, and it serves as a testament to the company's growing stature as a premium handset maker. Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone will be available on five major US carriers, starting June 21.
Samsung Galaxy S II Review - SlashGear
Samsung's widgets - for news, weather, calendar, bookmarks, various clocks, social networking and a task manager, among others - are also more colorful than, say, those HTC uses in Sense, but there's a good range on offer and we prefer Samsung's system for choosing from them.
Samsung Galaxy S review - Phone Reviews - TechRadar
A long time ago, in a Galaxy far, far away (OK, not that far – South Korea), a new smartphone set Samsung's mobile fortunes alight: the Galaxy S. Samsung surpassed its aim of selling ten million Galaxy S units back in January, and for the South Korean technology legend, it's the gift that just keeps giving.
Part 1 - AnandTech - Samsung Galaxy S 4 Review
Samsung Galaxy S 4 Review. The Galaxy S 4 ships with either 16GB or 32GB of NAND on-board, but allows for expansion via a microSD card slot. The latter is a quickly disappearing feature on modern smartphones, but it remains a point of differentiation offered by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S III 4G Review - The Galaxy S III 4G is super fast, but ...
It once again includes Samsung's TouchWIZ UI overlay on top which brings a wealth of useful and some not so useful features. For an overview of all of TouchWIZ's features, you can once again reference our Galaxy S III review. The Samsung Galaxy S III 4G simply feels smooth and polished.