10 Power User Tips for Galaxy S III
Samsung Galaxy S III was sold like cupcakes since it was announced at London few months ago. This handset is like a the best representation for a good Android smartphone. If you want to experience the best of this system, you should consider to grab Galaxy S III. It is currently packed with incredible features like voice control, gesture system, and multimedia sharing tools.
But wait guys, Galaxy S III is more than that. There are still lot of amazing features that you can find on this device. Some of them were less popular since Samsung decide not to highlight it on their promotion. But don’t take it wrong. By knowing these features, you will be able to increase your productivity. Interested to find out more about this? Then you should read my list of Galaxy S III power tips here!
Phone calls. In order to make phone call in Galaxy S III, you can take advantage from it’s proximity sensors. When you watch or view a contact, you can just place your handset near your ears and it will automatically make a phone call! There is also an improved voice control system that allow you to accept or reject calls using your own voice. For those of you who really love to touch your handset, you can just swipe left to send message and right to make a call. Remember, you need to do this on the contact view.
Snapshot. In order to take a picture, you can also use your voice. Just navigate to Settings > Language > Voice Command > Camera. Turning this feature to on means that you can take pictures by saying “Shoot” to your handset. This will be a very good feature for those of you who love to take pictures of yourself or capture snapshot of the whole family member.
Caller ID. For old phones, contact ringtone will be the best way to determine which one that currently call your handset. But if you’re currently on a meeting, you can take advantage from the special vibration mode. Just navigate to Sounds > Device Vibration > Create and you can build your own vibrate pattern for each contact on your handset! Incredible isn’t it?
Alarm. Galaxy S III is packed with briefing alarm system that allow you to create series of reminder for different things. For example, you may use your handset to wake you up in the morning, remind you about the coffee time, reading time, and more. This should be a good function for those of you who tend to forgets things easily.
Voice quality. Being a modern android handset, Samsung Galaxy S II should be able to provide a good call quality. But if you think that it still need some adjustment, you can set the equalizer for the phone call! This kind of function was never found on previous android handset. In order to activate it, you just have to navigate to Settings > Call Sound EQ Setting > Personalized EQ
Panorama pictures. As you might already expect, Galaxy S III allow you to capture the whole panoramic scene using the proper feature on the camera app.
Continuous video playing. Previous android handset won’t make your video running when the screen is locked. But on the Galaxy S III, you should be able to experience such thing. For instance, if you want to keep your son entertain during a long trip, you can playback a video and lock your screen. Press the power button once and the video will continue to play while your screen remain locked.
Personal video streaming. Galaxy S III is packed with a powerful multimedia sharing app called as AllShare Play. It allow you to play or view your photos and video on larger HDTV screen, should be very useful if you want to share your precious moment with other family member.
More function on lock screen. If you want to adjust what kind of items that you want to see on the lock screen, you can just navigate to Settings > Security > Lock Screen options. Similar to gingerbread, you can adjust what kind of shortcut that you want to place on your lock screen.
Private web browsing. Galaxy S III is shipped with Google Chrome browser, which is exclusively available for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich handset. This is mean you can activate incognito browsing mode, which prevent Chrome from recording all history of web page that you open or view during a single web browsing session. Should be a very convenient feature for those of you who put more value on privacy.
Share location. Galaxy S III also allow you to send brief information about your current location via SMS! In order to do that, you need to press menu and select add text. Then you need to navigate to Location > Google Maps. This is the exact location where you can share your location to other people that currently available on your contact.
Well, that is all i can tell you right now guys. If you want to know more about Galaxy S III powerful features, you can write down your question on the comment box below. I will try my best to help you with additional tips to uncover the real potential of your Galaxy S III.