Samsung Galaxy S® III - Marble White - 16GB
was feeling this phone until......
I love the phone and all it's neat functions but one thing that this phone doesn't do is allow me to print documents from the phone on any printer. IT has to be a Samsung printer :-( this phone was almost perfect.
August 22, 2012
Good but bad battery life.
Having had a basic phone, this was a big jump and I'm glad I picked this phone. This is by far the best phone in T-Mobile, and I suggest you get this phone. The only problem is that the battery life only lasts for one day or less. I downloaded a few battery saving apps so I don't have a problem, but usually the phone only lasts for 1 day or less. Besides that, this phone is lightning fast and it's the best Android device out there right now. If you want a high end smartphone then get this phone! It won't disappoint you!
August 20, 2012
This phone is TRULY amazing. This is my first Smartphone and I absolutely love it. If you’re not sure whether or not you want this phone, stop deciding now and just get it! There are so many things you can do on this phone that you can’t even do on the iphone. The operating system on this phone is phenomenal and the user interface is stunning. Plus there are so many customization options with this android; it’ll make your head spin! I love how you can have live wall paper (careful though cause that does eat at your battery). Yesterday I got up at 10:30am, unplugged my phone, and I used it quite frequently throughout the day, and at 10:22pm the battery was at 37%. That was with listening to Pandora, and using the GPS in my phone to get from point A to point B ( I had to use it cause of my work). And I was using the galaxy for many other things like checking the weather and emailing people and texting my friends and making a few calls. PLUS the GPS worked just like a garmin or a tomtom. In fact, it might have worked even better! If you’re really worried about battery life just look up helpful hints like lowering the screen brightness and disabling wifi when not needed and things like that. My friend has an iphone and I know for a fact that his only lasts practically a day. And so does the Samsung galaxy s3. Granted, with heavy use like constantly on the marketplace, face book, twitter, email, and other things it’ll drain the battery. But as the days go on you’ll learn how to conserve the battery. One thing that I noticed is just how gigantic this phone is. I’m used to a basic phone, and the newest ipod touch, and after using my galaxy s3, I feel like a giant when I go back to use my ipod touch. But the big screen display is really nice because it seems to me that it enhances the features and the text on screen. You can even customize your vibrations so you can make it vibrate three times in 3 seconds, or 3 long vibrations over 6 seconds. Ive never really used it, but you can certainly do that. The keyboard, however, takes a bit of getting used to. That’s why I downloaded swiftkey 3 (or whatever its called) and that fits me perfectly. Im not a businessman so I won’t be constantly using the internet or email. Im just some kid in college. Plus, a lot of my friends have the galaxy s 2 and are jealous of my s3 (haha). But seriously, the only negative thing I have to say about this phone is… nothing. I can’t find a downside to this phone. The thing you have to keep in mind is that this phone isn’t perfect, so the battery life may or may not meet your standards. But it’s just like any other smart phone, the battery life wont last forever. Plus you can look up ways to save your battery life online. I think you can do this with other androids, but you can totally customize your homescreen(s) to fit them how you want, especially regarding widgets and other things. I really love this phone. To sum up, this phone is simply amazing in my opinion.
August 19, 2012
I have tried many phones and this is by far the best phone I have ever had. The screen is beautiful, very user friendly, no dropped calls. It's a little pricey, but worth it.
August 19, 2012