Samsung Galaxy S3 Price in Pakistan and Review

Samsung Galaxy S3 price in Pakistan
Samsung S3

There is so much hype going on about the Samsung Galaxy S III. Its features are absolutely mind-blowing and captivating. You will love its excellent battery backup; large-sized amazing screen; Quad core speed to help you browse apps faster and superb media management.

Introduction

With the latest version of Android and a stylish 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen, it so far has many features that can beat Apple iPhone. Samsung has gathered all its expertise into this Smartphone and they are going to launch it in a big event in London, UK. And they have big claims about it like having about 10 million pre-orders before this Smartphone is officially launched into the market.

Samsung Galaxy S III Price

The Samsung Galaxy S3 can be bought for 33,900 PKR in Pakistan. This original  price of samsung Galaxy in Pakistan was 63,00 at the time of its release.

Design

According to Samsung, Galaxy S3 is ‘inspired by nature – it sees, listens, responds, and allows you to share the greatest moments’. When you operate the phone for the first time, the nature theme is already there.

There is an option to choose ‘Pebble Blue’ and Marble ‘White’, which adornfully displays in the large screen that runs in with dimensions of 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm.

The 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen gives extra-clear display and view to have a great user experience. Although, its plastic casing won’t be really be appealing to all. Its really very lightweight despite weighing 133 g on the scale. It means you can hold it easily for normal use. This feature is more or less the same as compared to Galaxy S2.

Here you need to be clear that Galaxy S3 is not an ordinary phone in any way. It has a solid Gorilla Glass front, high-capacity battery and a well-packaged interior. It’s polycarbonate and not a sub-standard plastic. It is uncertain whether most people will like its rounded form factor or not. Although, Galaxy S3 and One X are made with the same material but One X has better grip than Galaxy S3. But no doubt, that Samsung has produced really big and lightweight handset. Surprisingly, the HTC One X has 3g lesser weight than the S3, but when you carry both at once, the S3 feels lighter.

Pebble Blue vs. Marble White

The Pebble Blue offers a much more attractive layout and the Marble White looks similar to a low-end Galaxy Mini or similar, the brushed effect is really necessary.

Comparison with entire Galaxy series

If you compare S3 with rest of the Galaxy line, the S3 has more similarities with the original Galaxy S than the S2. Its curved edges, theme, design and language. The home button is also larger with the same menu and back buttons. The overall effect is more like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus – round edges and HD screen.

The button design around the phone has been well-designed.  For a cell phone of this much bigger size, it’s quite hard to make all keys accessible, so putting the lock button on the right-hand side instead of the top is really a sensible idea.

The lozenge-shaped home button, and its soft key ‘Back’ and ‘Menu’ buttons are great user-friendly additions because it helps contextual menus can be easily found without needing to mess around looking for the on-screen icon.

The volume up and down button is adjacent to the lock key on the left-hand side of the phone. That’s why, it is within easy reach when holding the S3 in your hand.

Storage

The microUSB slot is at the bottom of phone – you can easily find with a charger. It’s really interesting to see how it’s used when you place in docks and car cradles. You can have upto128 GB in your Samsung Galaxy S3 if you combine its internal memory which is 64 GB, with the largest microSD card (64GB) currently available. This is really stunning but as you know that only 10% of users regularly go over 16GB of storage, but with HD movies, videos and thousands of HD apps  downloads, you will certainly need to have this much space.

Muhammad Irfan

The writer is assistant editor at Lahore Dispatch. He writes on Technology, education and Sports. You can find him on Google+

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