The Samsung Galaxy S3 is definitely a quantum leap in hardware improvement where the Android-powered smartphone scene is concerned when it was first released, and the sales run of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been pretty impressive to say the least in the past five months ever since it debuted in May this year. Having passed the 30 million sales mark worldwide, it is a marked improvement compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy S2 that moved a mere 10 million units in the same time period. The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes in different configurations for various countries around the world, with select models carrying LTE connectivity as well as 2GB RAM.
Not only that, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is now upgradeable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, depending on which country you reside in, and depending on your taste, you can choose from Brown, Garnet Red, Sapphire Black and Titanium Grey colors. Samsung has iterated that they will continue to deliver software upgrades in the future for the Samsung Galaxy S3, ensuring your smartphone experience will not be a gimped one – and they’re most probably hoping you won’t make the switch to the iOS ecosystem as well.