Samsung Galaxy S3 review
The well-designed camera app makes it simple to get the best out of the phone's eight-megapixel camera. There are several different ways to take a photo, including a 20-shot burst mode, HDR and the fun Panorama feature. The phone takes pictures almost instantly, but we found the thin screen bezel meant we would nudge the touchscreen sometimes and activate an option when lining up a shot. The resulting images are up there with the best we've seen, with natural colours and plenty of detail in bright light.
The S3 comes with a 50GB Dropbox account for two years, and the phone will automatically upload photos (over Wi-Fi) to your online storage.
Samsung's Galaxy S3 is a superb Android handset, with a beautiful screen and super-fast processor. It’s still the best Android smartphone out there, and the updated LTE version means you can take advantage of EE's incredibly quick 4G network. It's an Ultimate smartphone.
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