Galaxy S III : From Nature to Nature

Monday, May 7, 2012

Samsung seems want to create Galaxy S III back to nature. It's can be seen, if you touch Galaxy S III screen. When you touch the screen, the screen will be bumpy like lake surface. The waves spread out, as if revealing a variety of facilities in that smart phone. Then, you hear gurgling sound that was almost too similar to natural voice.

Samsung claim that their smartphone is inspired by nature. Not only that, some facilities purposely designed based on nature, especially the camera and sound facilities. It was created from nature, then the smart phone is also trying to care for nature.

According to Vice President of Samsung Electronics Telecommunications Europe, Jean Daniel Aysee, some of earning from the sale of Galaxy S III will be donated to World Wildlife Fund (WWF). This part of the role of these products in an effort to rescue nature.

"Every sale of Galaxy S III, as much as 100 dollars (about USD 923.9 thousand) will be donated to WWF," Jean Daniel Aysee in launching this product in Earls Court, London, Saturday (05/05/2012) early morning .

With Super AMOLED 4.8 screen facility, Samsung Galaxy S III will provide stronger and brighter picture or image. The object to be photographed will look natural. Combine with natural sound, hearing the sound of mobile phone ringtone will be fun.

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