The Samsung Galaxy S III 4G

The Samsung Galaxy S III 4G

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is arguably the best Android device in the market right now, and it just got better with the added bonus of  of 4G connectivity on Australia’s best network – Telstra. We had the original non-4G Galaxy S III to play with a few months back and while it wasn’t perfect, we were blown away by how much technology was packed into such a thin frame, a clear indication of how much technology has truly changed in the last 10 years (especially in the mobile industry). The one thing we did say it was missing was 4G, and it seems like Samsung were listening because the Galaxy S III 4G is now available on Telstra in Onyx Black & Titanium Grey.

Aside from looks, the Galaxy S III 4G also comes with some monster specs under the hood: A 4.8-inch 720p Super AMOLED HD Display, Quad-Core 1.4Ghz processor, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), an 8 megapixel rear camera and a 1.9 megapixel Front Facing Camera, and a generous 2,100mAh battery to top it off. It also comes in at 8.6mm making it one of the thinner phones on the market and it weighs just 133 grams. Similarly, you can expect speeds of up to 40 mbps on the 4G enabled S III (nearly 3 times my house net speed!). If you’re more interested in storage, you’ll be glad to know that it comes in 16 & 32 GB variants, and it’s also got an expandable SD card slot (expandable up to 64GB).

If we’ve got your attention, the phone is available on Telstra on 4 different plans:

  • Small – $66/month: $600 value, unlimited SMS, 1GB data
  • Medium – $80/month: $800 value, unlimited SMS, 1.5GB data
  • Large – $100/month: $900 value, unlimited SMS, 2GB data
  • Extra Large – $130/month: Unlimited talk, unlimited SMS, 3GB data

Click here to see the plans in more details on Telstra.

Meanwhile, be sure to check out the video below to give you a better idea of the Galaxy S III 4G and all it’s major features.

This is a sponsored post but opinions are my own

Founder and Chief Editor of Techin5, currently based in Melbourne Australia. Has always had a deep appreciation of Technology and how it helps people, which led to the birth of Techin5. You can follow me on Twitter at @jubbing and on Instagram
  • rocky2925

    i heard jeallybean wont support flash is it true …? cant we play flash videos games on S III with android jellybean ….?

  • Techin5

    Download flash from adobe and see if it works.