Galaxy S3 was a disappointment. Bought the new phone - looks great and some of the features were far superior to S2. But the phone kept getting switched off. Changed battery same problem. Sent twice to service centre for Software upgradation - same issue. It is a month today since we bought the S3 - we have not even used it for 2 hours at a stretch. Very very disappointing....Not sure what to do...
Waiting for Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
It'll be going to BANG the technology..
thats not perform properly and why the winamp player work in my phone
I love my Pearl White SGS3...I'm feeling superior to many playing with this beautiful handset in the crowd.
this phone is good
but problem is that when we want to send bulk SMS it has restructed to 10 numbers only why??
whereas if you take NOKIA - any can send as much as you want.
I am using Galaxy S III
but facing one problem when we want to send bulk SMS choose mobile numbers from the contact group say about 5 numbers sent to the SMS senders panel when you want to add additional mobile numbers from the contacts it is hanging-up and message appearing on screen "contact is stopped working"
i have tried many times - though i re start many times but this seems a software problem -
could any samsung experts help me???
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Do you think the s3 is worth the upgrade from a iPhone 4s?. I'm bored of my iPhone n wanna try Sumat new. Gibbo
Galaxy S3 has Smart Stay feature. This feature is really an amazing one. If you are a voracious reader and love reading on your S3 then Smart Stay feature will keep the phone away from getting the display off.http://www.androidust.com/enable-smart-stay-feature-on-galaxy-s3/
In the interest of customers.
Technology is really changing very fast example:- Mobile phones with quad core cpus. Who is really wanted them, customers or mobile maker companies. Even my 5 year old computer has single core cpu and just 1 gb ram and it handles all tasks smoothly with windows 7. I don't know why mobile phones need so much power like quad core etc. Is this a planned strategy of mobile companies to urge customers to purchase their new costly phones with high features? whether they use them or not. Even quad core laptops are not common in the market until now. Do mobiles really need so much processing power? Think about it.
karfous.tnt, 23 Jul 2012100% Right about thisU will drop that on ground, then u'll say about like that...