3G with EDGE and Wi-Fi connectivity along with Bluetooth 3.0 and USB 2.0 are on board. The Feeds and Updates widget which is identical to FriendStream for HTC allows you to connect to multiple SN accounts for quick updates. Google talk is already preloaded but if you want separated apps for FB and Twitter you’ll have to get them off the Market. Samsung has also included the Layar, augmented reality browser in addition to the native android browser. The Daily Briefing (with widget) app provides details on your current city from data off of Yahoo! Finance, AP Mobile, and a Facebook connection as well. Email support includes MS Exchange support and standard POP/IMAP accounts and of course the Gmail option.
The Galaxy 3 also comes with built-in GPS and A-GPS support. It can be used with Google Maps or a third party application of your choice. For the camera it allows for Geo-tagging.
Image quality for a 3.1MP phone camera is really good in both outdoor and indoor conditions.
Macro shots are tend to be quite detailed.
I'd like to invite all Galaxy 3 users to share their experiences with the device via our comments section.
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