01 June 2012: BrandMover exclusively presented Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone based on Android 4.04 and Samsung Slate Series 7 PC, based on Windows 8 to a small community of Samsung brand lovers.
Both products are not available in Europe yet, rumors say that a 2m high, bronze-tanned smuggler managed to import them illegaly from the United States and the United Emirates, while thousands of customers are still lined up outside mobile phone shops in Singapore, UK and Germany, making the Galaxy S III the most-preordered and awaited Android handset ever. The Galaxy S III will be launched next week in a number of countries. By the end of July, Samsung expects to have the Galaxy S III available in 145 countries on 296 wireless operators. No official indication has been given as to when Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy S III in the States, but various rumors have pointed toward a launch in mid-to-late July 2012.
Hype for the Galaxy S III has been significant as the device is expected to outsell its predecessor, the Galaxy S II, which reached 27 million sales worldwide. The Galaxy lineup has been comprised of Samsung’s flagship Android smartphones, designed to take on Apple’s market-leading iPhone. The launch of the Galaxy S III comes 4 months before Apple is expected to launch its sixth-generation iPhone.
BrandMover unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S 3 earlier this month. It features a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen with amazing crisp picture, a 1.4-gigahertz Quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 64 gigabytes storage and all the awesome features like Smart stay, Social tag, Direct call, S Voice, S share, All Share (used to share your media with Samsung Slate, LED displays, Digital Signage totems, Smart 3D TVs and even your fridge or shower display…)
Samsung Series 7 Slate PC comes with Genuine Windows® 7 or 8 (64-bit), second generation Intel® Core™ i5-2467M Processor, 1366 x 768 HD LED display, 128GB SSD, 1024 levels pressure sensitive Wacom pen-tablet front and various accessories like Bluetooth keyboard, docking station/ cradle, soft sleeve, stand case, etc.
It’s not your dummy iPad, the Windows 7 and 8 OS allows you to run all your favorite software and Samsung’s exclusive Fast Start technology, the Slate can be up and running again in a as little as two seconds from hybrid sleep mode. Samsung currently faces a number of patent infringement suits from Apple while 80% of Apple phones are components produced by Samsung and every user can see that Samsung Galaxy III is literally light years ahead from any phone (if we don’t count HTC ONE X, which is almost there too).
So grab your Samsung Galaxy S III, designed by humans, inspired by nature!
Where are my Samsung Galaxy S III and Series 7 Samsung Slate PC reviews?
Believe me, you don’t need any. These machines are years ahead from anything else on the market:
See ya at the show!