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Finally, a smartphone that makes everyday life easier at 4G LTE speeds. Powered by Android 4.0, the Samsung Galaxy S III recognizes your voice, understands your habits, and shares your moments instantly with intuitive technology on a 4.8" HD Super AMOLED display. Capture moments on the fly with an 8MP camera built with facial recognition features. Experience how the Galaxy S III is designed with you in mind.
Phone Carrier: AT&T
Wireless Connectivity: Wi-Fi Yes, Bluetooth Yes, NFC Yes
Operating System: Android
Form Factor: Bar
Data Capabilities: GPRS, HSDPA, EDGE, HSUPA, HSPA+
Interface Connection: USB Yes, Headphone Yes
Smart Features: Picture Editor, Video Editor, Predictive Text Input, Voice Command, Voice Memo, Voice Dialing, Music Player, Video Player, Organizer, Java, Web Browser, Hands-free, Vibrate Alert, Push Email, Threaded Text Messaging, RSS Feed, Voice Recording, Video Recording, Bluetooth A2DP, Noise Cancellation
Product Title: Samsung Galaxy S III Pebble Blue Smartphone - AT&T
Power Score: 4.0 | 17 Reviews
Input Method: Touchscreen
Touchscreen Type: Capacitive
Screen Type: OLED
Pixel Density: 306 ppi
Max Resolution: 1280 x 720
Diagonal Screen Size: 4.8"
Processor Class: Samsung Exynos 4212
Operating System Version: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Number of Processor Cores: Dual-Core
Processor Speed: 1.40 GHz
RAM: 2 GB
Internal Storage Memory: 16 GB
Optical Zoom: 4 X
Rear Camera Megapixels: 8 Megapixel
Bluetooth Standard: Bluetooth 4.0
Cellular Frequency Technology: WCDMA 850, WCDMA 900, WCDMA 1900, WCDMA 2100, GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1900, GSM 1800
Max Standby Time (Battery): 900 Hour
Max Talk Time (Battery): 21.60 Hour
Height: 5.4 in
Weight: 4.69 oz
Width: 2.8 in
Depth: 0.3 in
Warranty Information: 1 year(s)
URL: Manufacturer Link
Front Camera: Yes
Product Reviews (10)
Refurbished didn't last
The S3 I bought was a refurbished one and it worked great for 10 months. Then it mysteriously stopped working. It won't charge, and changing the battery didn't help. Refurbished phones have a 90 day warranty.
By C80031 on AT&T - Oct 5, 2013
Simply the best phone I ever owned.
Everything about this phone is simply amazing... Sadly I'm on a tight budget and had to get this and not the s4, but this phone is definitely no let down whatsoever! I was a bit nervous about this phone because it is refurbished, but honestly I can't tell at all that this was previously used! The only minor issue is that the power button seems a bit flimsy, but other than that really there's no...
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Everything about this phone is simply amazing... Sadly I'm on a tight budget and had to get this and not the s4, but this phone is definitely no let down whatsoever! I was a bit nervous about this phone because it is refurbished, but honestly I can't tell at all that this was previously used! The only minor issue is that the power button seems a bit flimsy, but other than that really there's no problems I've found. This phone is a classic and will go down in mobile history as the most popular Android phone ever. I'm looking forward to all the fun I'll have with this device.
By Chistoefur on AT&T - Apr 17, 2013
Refurbished comes like new!
I bought the refurbished one and it came looking like it was brand new. I have nothing bad to say about this phone. I've had very minor issues with it, nothing that you wouldn't have with any other phone you buy. I would recommend this to everyone that reads this.
By DrewMCO on AT&T - Jan 9, 2013
Strengths: Slim, fast, S voice
Weakness: At&t network
I switched from Verizon to at&t for the rollover and talking while texting and I have to say that was a bad idea but the phone however is amazing. It hasn't force closed on me like my previous droid 3 always did, also there is no more slide out keyboard and that took a little while to get used to but unlike all the other phones I used, this one is pretty much way more responsive. I get a few...
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I switched from Verizon to at&t for the rollover and talking while texting and I have to say that was a bad idea but the phone however is amazing. It hasn't force closed on me like my previous droid 3 always did, also there is no more slide out keyboard and that took a little while to get used to but unlike all the other phones I used, this one is pretty much way more responsive. I get a few typo's still here and there but you can download an app called swiftkey 3 and customize it that over time it learns from your texts and will predict the words you use. The gaming on this phone is every nice because of the dual core processor and the screen definition is on par with my DVD player. I watched netflix while on the train and the 4g really keeps up with the connection. The battery lasted me throughout the whole day with normal use and about 10 hours with occasional texting. To save battery though you have to turn off the wifi and bluetooth if you're not using it as it's constantly searching for somewhere to connect and drains your battery. Also you can enable the power saving option in the settings to help save your battery further. The phone in color is a little lacking for me. When compared to the galaxy note it's carbon blue is actually manly looking and when I look at this phone it's like a bright baby-ish blue that I had to purchase a case for as it feels like I'm holding my girlfriends phone. The front of the phone isn't that bad in that it's darker than the rear and a little bit of a different design. A week after I purchased this I saw it in RED at the store so they have more colors. For those that miss the search button have no fear, if you long press the menu button for 2 seconds it acts as the search key and the physical home button is actually a blessing. When I had the soft keys on the phone I would always put my power key to end calls which also takes the phone of sleep or stand-by. What was horrible about that is if you put the phone to your ear and the sensors bugged out it would keep displaying a black screen and no matter what I pressed except for the power button it would stay black. In those cases where you call somewhere that requires you to enter the keys to get to the next menu you would feel as I felt, very angry to hang up and recall while in speaker and having the dial pad out. Completely suggest this phone for first time users and you won't have to get farmiliar with itunes to upload anything it's much like a usb stick or an external hard drive. Just plug it in and you're set to go.
By dyEastwood - Dec 11, 2012
Beats iPhone hands down
Better specs, better screen, better phone. This phone IS the best phone on the market, wether Android or iOS. Go buy this phone ASAP.
By frustratedbyATT on AT&T - Jun 21, 2012