A Samsung video during its press conference last week at the CES 2012 in Las Vegas, teased a Galaxy S II-like phone, which bears a striking resemblance to the Galaxy Note, and it could well be a “Samsung Galaxy S III.”
The most noticeable difference is the thin bezel – which is much thinner than the one on the S II or the Galaxy Note. Even, the front-facing camera doesn’t match that of the Galaxy Note either.
Assuming, the reports are true, the specifications of the Galaxy S III handset reportedly have a quad-core Exynos chipset (earlier reports suggesting a 2GHz quad-core processor), 2GB of RAM, a next-gen Super AMOLED Plus screen with a 4.6′ diagonal display with 1280x720px resolution, LTE connectivity.
Other reports indicates a 4.65′ 720p display, while Phandroid hints at a separate model with a 3D display, that would also feature some form of integrated functionality with Samsung’s range of 3D TVs.
You can watch the video right below:
Samsung also introduced Smart TV at the CES introducing Smart Interaction, Smart Content and Smart Evolution! “You can turn on the TV, change channels, launch the web browser and more using Voice Control, Motion Control and Face Recognition.”
The two unidirectional array microphones with noise cancellation technology make sure to accurately pickup only your voice despite any background noise. You can also login just by standing in front of your Smart TV, because the camera will recognize your face! You can further increase connectivity with select wireless keyboards and mice.
Watch those features in action in the video below:
Samsung Smart TVs, organized for intuitive use with Smart Hub and powered by dual-core processors. And thanks to AllShare Play you can easily share multimedia between your Wi-Fi enabled smartphones, tablets, cameras and computers.
With Web Page Sharing you can instantly and wirelessly load the page on your phone to your Smart TV and even use your phone as a touchpad to control the mouse.
With the Remote Device Play, you can use your smartphone to access files on your PC at home, and load them onto a Smart TV wirelessly, wherever you are!
Signature Services including Family Story which let’s you organize photos, leave memos using your phone, tablet, PC or TV among other features to let you stay connected to your family wherever you are.
Or, use Fitness to plan the perfect weight-loss program or just stay to maintain a healthy lifestyle, utilizing the built in camera and by connecting to a Wi-Fi enabled scale. Use the virtual mirror to see if you’re following those aerobic steps correctly, or track your weight, BMI and more. You can also use your mobile device to monitor the calories you burn during your workout and track it with your Smart TV.
Finally, “Kids offer a wealth of infotainment and games in a kid-friendly interface that parents can control and monitor. The app rewards kids with virtual stickers for completing e-books or you can give them stickers yourself for good behavior,” revealed Samsung.