V3 got some hands on time with Samsung's new Galaxy S3 smartphone the moment in launched, checking out the key features of the company's latest flagship Android device.
The first Samsung smartphone to boast quad-core technology, the S3 hopes to build on the legacy set by its predecessor the S2, one of the few devices to challenge Apple's iPhone supremacy.
However with HTC One X quad-core device already out and the iPhone 4S selling in huge amounts, some have already question whether Samsung's reign as king of the Android ecosystem may have come to an end.
For a full look at the S3's new features check out V3's hands-on review.
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