The Galaxy S III is one of the most highly anticipated phones ever. Samsung has had it right for several years now: they've created a recognizable, flagship brand that is so popular and sought-after that all major carriers in the world endeavor to sell it. The Galaxy S brand has also gotten them in a lot of trouble, as companies like Apple attempt to bar Samsung from selling its handsets due to allegations of patent infringement.
Nevertheless, Samsung has sold tens of millions of both the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II. Their success has been a result of the combination of fantastic hardware, great displays, and stellar performance. Great advertising and far-reaching availability has also helped. It's no wonder that with the launch of the Galaxy S III, expectations are sky-high, especially since Apple's latest and greatest iPhone is just a small handful of months away. Watch our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S III!
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