Samsung Galaxy S3: 5 Things You Didn’t Know It Could Do

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the hottest handsets around on the Android platform at the moment. It comes packed with more features than you can shake a stick at. So every week we will highlight 5 things you may not know your Samsung Galaxy S3 could do. Here’s the first for September.

Samsung Galaxy S3 features

Making phone calls on the Samsung Galaxy S3 is very easy. If you have a contact name on your screen you can just put the handset to your ear and the phone will call that person. The same applies if the contact is in a text message.

S Voice, the voice controlled assistant can control your camera. You can enable this in settings and when you have the camera open you can just say “Shoot” and the Samsung Galaxy S3 will take a photo.

If you want to know who is calling you it’s easy with the Samsung Galaxy S3 as you are able to customize ringtones. Of course if your ringer is switched off this doesn’t work, but you can also choose custom vibration patterns so you will still know who is calling you without disturbing those around you with your wacky tones.

Your Samsung Galaxy S3 can wake you up in style. If you choose the “Briefing” setting your S3 will wake you up at your chosen time and then tell you what the weather is like, the forecast, the news and what appointments you have for that day.

Did you know that you can tailor the call quality to meet your needs? The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with call equalization which completes a test of your ears to find out how well you hear. The handset will then create a curve for your ears which means you should hear calls crystal clear. Change this in setting, call sound EQ and personalized EQ.

Stay tuned for 5 new Samsung Galaxy S3 features as we highlight the device again next week!

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