A Red Samsung Galaxy S III Shows Up for the Bell
When a manufacturer like Samsung builds a handset like the Galaxy S III, American carriers scramble to set themselves apart from their competition. Take a look at the original and second generation Galaxy S devices. When the device hit the American markets, carriers had their way with them. Taking a beautiful, original design and taking it down a notch with their own unique design. So what’s the reason? Simply to set themselves apart from their competition that will also carry the same device. This year the Galaxy S III has changed the carrier customizations, by staying true to the original design across all American carriers. But without the differentiation carriers get cold, scared and lonely and At&t just can’t have that!
Shortly after the huge announcement of the Galaxy S III, rumors of a red Galaxy S III surfaced to the top of the internet’s. Rumors of its exclusivity to At&t have been solidified last week and now, At&t is finally different than its competitors! Pre-Orders on this new ruby red Galaxy S III went on sale on July 15th and will officially be made available in stores come July 29th. Internally the device will stay the same. But the red color, if it’s anything like the Pebble blue and Ceramic white colors, it should be very impressive. But is it worth changing carriers, or even waiting to use your upgrade? Internally the Galaxy S III is a monster phone. It comes packing a Qualcomm made Snapdragon S4 1.5 Ghz dual core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The Galaxy S III also uses a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED touch screen display that provides a 1280×720 pixel resolution. Around back of the Galaxy S III, red, white or blue you can expect an 8 mega pixel camera with all kinds of features including auto focus, burst shot, HDR and much more. Up front a 1.9 mega pixel shooter can be used for your most important self portraits and video conferencing. The connectivity options list is filled with, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, aGPS, NFC, a digital compass and all types of Samsung branded wireless connectivity options.
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