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Samsung Galaxy S3: pictures

See Samsung's smartphone from all angles

Here is a selection of photos showing off Samsung's Galaxy S3. Pictures by Dominik Tomaszewski.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the latest successful smartphone from Samsung. An Android handset with 4.8in Super AMOLED MIPI (C-Type) display, running the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.

It has an 8Mp camera with an LED Flash and offers HSPA+ and HSUPA connectivity. Most importantly in the increasingly competitive world of high-end smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S3 looks great.

We took the S3 into our studio here at PC Advisor, and took some shots of it in all its glory. Here, then, are a series of Samsung Galaxy S3 photos.

Samsung Galaxy S3: in pictures

Samsung Galaxy S3 - side

Slim, shiny, and with that bright and colourful screen, the S3 immediately stands out as a striking device.

Samsung Galaxy S3

The 4.8in Super AMOLED MIPI (C-Type) display is stunning, as befits a Samsung smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S3 - back

The Galaxy S3 is slim, and its back is shiny plastic punctuated with just camera, flash and speaker. Our Samsung Galaxy S3 is white, but there are also blue models.

Samsung Galaxy S3 - tilted

Samsing has overlaid its own interface to the Android operating system.

Samsung Galaxy S3 - tilted

Speculation and hype about the S3 reached levels previously seen only in successive iPhone launches. But is Samsung's flagship phone worthy of the praise? Read our Samsung Galaxy S3 review to find out. See also: Group test: what's the best smartphone?

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