Samsung GALAXY S III Makes Calling and SMS-ing an Easy Feat
Jul 16, 2012 10:54
The Samsung GALAXY S III has already made plenty of headlines since its debut in global markets. But some are still hesitant to take a leap towards the Android product – especially since the iPhone 5 is rumored to be released sometime this year. But if there’s one thing we’ve noticed, most phone users are drawn to the Samsung GALAXY S III after discovering its impressive features.
Based on touch and feel, the Samsung GALAXY S III makes for a more matured phone in terms of usability. The Samsung GALAXY S III works well both as an organizer and an entertainment gadget, ensuring its user has the best of both worlds when it comes to smartphones.
One of the features we find to be extremely useful is the option to answer calls using the Home button and end them using the power key. The feature isn’t available by default, but it’s easy to activate: Go to Settings > Accessibility > Call Answering/ending. You can choose to answer calls with the Home key and end them with the power key.
We all know how annoying it can be to abruptly switch from messaging to calling, but the Samsung GALAXY S III makes this possible with Direct Call. However, this is only applicable to the person you’re texting. All you have to do is lift the phone to your ear and it will vibrate once it starts calling the person you were texting.
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