Galaxy S III™
The Samsung Galaxy S III superphone features a 4.8” HD Super AMOLED screen and runs on the blazing-fast LTE network.
Its intuitive motion commands and features make sharing and completing tasks easier.
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Revolutionary motion-sensing features
The Samsung Galaxy S III is truly a natural extension of yourself with innovative motion-sensing features. For instance, it knows when you want to talk – if you’re messaging a colleague and want to call instead, simply lift the phone to your ear and it will dial automatically. The phone will also notify you of missed calls and messages, right when you pick it up. Plus, share presentations, pictures, PDFss and more like never before between phones with a simple tap, thanks to S Beam™. This incredible superphone only goes to bed when you do: as long as you look at the phone, it maintains a bright display.
The Samsung Galaxy S III runs on the Bell LTE network, reaching super-fast maximum download speeds of up to 75 Mbps1(expected average download of 12–25 Mbps). Unlike some other carriers, the Bell network never falls back to 2G, so you can surf, stream and browse faster than ever before.
LTE is available in several areas and expanding further in 2012. Learn more about the LTE rollout. Outside LTE coverage areas, you'll get access to super-fast 4G speeds of up to 42 Mbps. See the coverage map
Security and productivity
The Galaxy S III allows you to manage and securely connect to corporate applications, email, calendar and contacts from anywhere, anytime thanks to Mobile Device Management and On-Device Virtual Private Network (VPN) functionality.
The amazing Android platform
Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) brings an entirely new look and feel to Android. It has widgets, notifications, efficient multitasking and more. Plus, with access to over 600,000 apps on Google Play, you’ll always have helpful business apps on hand.
(1) These are theoretical peak speeds. Actual speeds may vary due to topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors.