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"No ifs, ands, or buts. Best device for Boost Mobile to date." - By Zer0
Background: I (very) recently upgraded to this from an HTC One SV on a warranty swap. I have only had it for three days as of this writing.
As far as phone usage, I do a lot. Lots of different apps, games, streaming, reading documents, editing documents, texting... it'd probably be easier to count the things I don't do with a smartphone now.
First Impressions... Holy *expletive*... No, seriously. There is a reason that the Galaxy S III stole the thunder and managed to be the flagship that stole the iPhone's dominance. Even in the presence of devices like the S 4, Note 2(and 3), the new HTC One, and even the iPhone 5/S/C, this thing is a standout device all around. The combination of ~2GB of RAM, 1.5GHz dual core and 16GB of internal storage gives this thing plenty of ammo to hang with the big boys ... full review
This phone is amazing and it performs flawlessly, it has all the bell & whistles that I like without the torture of a contract, it's probably not the very latest model, but its close to the latest technology. Also Boost Mobile is one of the easiest activation process that I ever experienced, just follow the instructions provided and viola in less that 5 min you're ready to go. I personally suggest the 5$ insurance, it will save you lots of headache. The phone is 4.6 ounces lightweight (compare to HTC EVO) big screen 4.5in Super AMOLED, 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8 mp cam with flash, 1080p HD video recording, really!! Wow!, 2 mp front cam, 1800 mah battery, 16GB internal storage, removable storage up to 32GB, gorgeous white color. Make sure you charge the battery very well before a heavy usage.
"Nice Size Screen, Snappy ICS 4.0, Great Phone" - By electronicnut
The US version of the phone differs as it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Processor with 1.5 GHz Dual-Core CPUs, while the the rest of the hardware specs are the same as the international version.
I switched from an HTC EVO 4G to get this phone and so far it's been great! Here are the things I like about the phone:
* The phone is a nice size, it's lighter than my HTC EVO 4G. * The processor is one of the fastest US released Android phone, and it comes with 2 GB of RAM. * I played around with the camera and video camera and the quality is great in my opinion. (I'll post some pics or a video later.) * The ICS 4.0 is really snappy and it opens up applications quickly. * It comes with Google Wallet. I signed up and got a free $10 ... full review
"Great phone for the price I LOVE IT!" - By Susan (Marlborough MA)
This phone is the best investment for a prepaid phone! I have had many of crappy Androids with old systems and old query slide keyboards in my time. This is the Mother ship of great investments! I pay $45 a month for unlimited texts and 300ish minuets. I use my WIFI connection mostly when I am at home and get to enjoy my radio/music apps when I am at work.
This phone doses it all. I have opened over 30+ applications at the same time and it still ran like a champ. Now mind you I have a 16 GB micro SD card within this phone so it runs a tad bit faster than everything. But I am a serious gamer when it comes to apps between my racing games, candy crush, fashion story, the Sims, e-mail, music and YouTube this phone can handle it all!
well guys dont listen to the hater applefanboy below i mean seriously why are you comparing to and iphone crap all you did was talk about siri plz next time talk about the phone not one feature
Pros State-of-the-art everything. Advanced call-quality features. Cons Plasticky body. Really, this lack of clarity on Sprint's LTE rollout is getting ridiculous. Bottom Line The Samsung Galaxy S III is a top-of-the-line Android smartphone just waiting for Sprint to turn on its new LTE network.
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. If you love big phones with lots of options, the GS3 will deliver state-of-the-art performance with bonus sharing and media features that you're likely to continue discovering a year from now. Sprint subscribers now have two solid choices: The Galaxy S III ties with ... full review
I picked this phone to replace my Galaxy S 2 4G on a warranty swap; I chose it primarily based on its advertised battery life, and the potential to replace its battery for an extended one to last longer.
First, the positives... this phone has: + Very strong audio quality, in calls and just about everything else + Good software. About the only thing that's been more difficult to use compared to my old GS2 is finding how to fully turn off AutoCorrect. + Strong GPU has made for a measurable upgrade in Android games ran on the phone, as well as overall better text and video quality. + HTC software and built-in apps are handy, and genuinely add to what the phone can do
The downside, is primarily the battery life. On its stock 4.0 kernel out of the box, the battery barely lasts 4.5 hours before ... full review
This phone is amazing compared to my old EVO 4G (the first evo). There is just one thing I never saw mentioned in any of the reviews or videos for this phone. If you're using OS X, you will need to install additional software to transfer files to this phone. It's a program called Android File Transfer. You will find the program at android.com/filetransfer or just google search Android File Transfer and it will be the first link at the top.
This program just opens a window that you drag and drop files to. Nothing complicated, but normal keyboard shortcuts seem to not work with this program. Copy and paste keyboard shortcuts do not work like usual, and I wasn't able to figure out what keys they have assigned to it if any. Delete is just "cmd + delete".
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"Great Phone, but Not Perfect!" - By LoveMyToys (Long Island, NY)
The GS3's sexy specs and glossy good looks (particularly in pebble blue) won me over. On launch day, I swapped my beloved Droid Razr Maxx, for the Samsung Galaxy S3. Prior to the Maxx, I briefly owned the Verizon version of the GNexus (which I can't recommend at all). Before I get into the nitty gritty details, with pro's, con's and comparisons, at the time of this review, this is the phone you have been waiting for--the phone that will make you use that upgrade or cause you to sign a ridiculous contract with Verizon. After spending ten minutes with the phone, it's an obvious step up from the Razr Maxx and Galaxy Nexus--the former top tier Android phones on Big Red's network.
As much as I loved my Razr Maxx (and its marathon 2-3 solid days of battery life), after spending a ... full review
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"Best at Virgin...so far" - By L. M. Meade (Chicago, IL USA)
This is the best phone Virgin has to offer at the moment. Was trying to wait for the SIII or something with Jelly Bean on it. But looks like Virgin taking their sweet (pun intended) time getting Android's latest OS.
The phone is a bit lighter than i thought it would be, but no denying it is a gorgeous piece of kit. Feels really solid in the hand, although the extra width is taking a of getting used to, feels like it wants to slip out of your hand.
The activation process was a bit more cumbersome than just turning on the phone and running the activation module, maybe because i was a current customer. Had to call Virgin customer support. The rep was professional and quick. Five minutes about all it took to get the activation completed. All my contacts and other android stuff was soon available. full review