The Samsung Galaxy S III (pronounced Samsung Galaxy S3) has arrived, complete with some Ice Cream Sandwich goodness!  Aaron unboxes the international version of the Android superphone.  Featuring a 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, the Galaxy S III offers a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera, 2,100 mAh removable battery, and Android 4.0 with the new TouchWiz.  The international version is available in 16, 32, and 64 GB variants, and can be purchased online through specialty retailers like Negri Electronics

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Daniel Mcpherson My computer
Ryan Anton Galaxy Nexus is still best. GSIII is just ugly.
Paolo Ariedo Galaxy S III. But I'm real happy with my Galaxy S II.
Gaurav Bhardwaj Galaxy note..i like s3 also..
Kirk Ngo That phone
Ysrael Faubla HTC One X
Jhorge Salazar HTC ONE "S" sta chidoo :)
Andy Jaggars HTC One S is the best device for me!
Alan Walston de Souza (i meant) one x..
John Mercado Too bad US version only has 1.5ghz dual core snapdragon
Eduardo Ordaz @Calvin dude the S3 rapes the next gen ip. Bigger faster and feature packed!
Daniel Rivera i Phone 4S is way better than that!!!
Allison Reynolds Evo 4G LTE!
Mark Hellard HTC one s. !!
T Louis Michael ATT Avail.
Byktor Urvaes Motorola Razr max, best android phone in my opinion
Isaac Shinde needs to work hard to takedown one x and droid razr
Cal-Gene Johnson Used to be the Galaxy Nexus... Now the iPhone. Sadly the Gs3 will be outdated in a month or two, while the ever popular iPhone 5 takes the lime light... :)
Jason Tyler evo 3d
Jose Angel Santiago Galaxy s2 epic 4g touch
Stefan Daniel Of course the Samsung Galaxy S2 until the next iPhone comes out :)!!! Great actually i was thinking of what phone should i get because there are tones and tones and tones of a bunch of phones to choose and i finally got something between the Samsung Galaxy S2 maybe Sony Xperia U or maybe some new phones that are gonna come this or next year but i really need an advice about what phone should i buy on a two year contract at around maybe 200$. Thank you!
Steve Smyth So far the Galaxy Nexus (my current phone).
Razvan Razv Another piece of plastic ?:)) .. bleah. OneX ftw ...
Saivon Edens Hope i am able to get it the galaxy s3 ROCKS!!!!!!!!
Jesse Snider Samsung Galaxy Nexus!! Hands down!!
Dayan Inclán Why no Quad-Core for US version?
Kevin Post Y don't use android but the htc one s or x is really cool with beats audio.
Flako Ramirez The orignal Razr flip phone lmfao
Sergio Barron Droid razr max.
Andy Mercado I have a few phones that I use. But the HTC Evo 4G LTE took the cake. I still use my Galaxy Note once in a while tho
Jack Son Note
Ron Bragg GSM Galaxy Nexus
Dominican Papi Sprint galaxy Nexus
Ezekiel Carsella Droid razer max and htc one x are tied in my top 1 spot
Warren Saunders im loving the HTC one X,fantastic device :)
Austin Shulman HTC one x
Prabhath Jay not S III
Angel M Otero HTC ONE S
Wasim Shaikh HTC One X
John Mercado Mmm I preordered my GS3 from sprint
Jedmark Quirimit Finally got your hands on your own S3. Can't wait for review and dogfights!
Charly Zarate Until now is the Motorola RAZR

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