The Samsung Galaxy S III is the strongest Android challenger to Apple’s iPhone in the mobile market. It is very interesting to see how Japanese consumers as well as consumers across the world will respond and take to it.
Two launching events were held by NTT Docomo in Tokyo for the chief handset of its new summer lineup which is the Samsung Galaxy S III with 2GB of ram. To make the occasion, the recently appointed CEO of Docomo has made an appearance.
According to the president of Samsung mobile, the handset will sell better than its previous Galaxy models and they expects that it will pass the 10 million unit milestone by July.
The launching of Galaxy S III on Thursday marks the official entrance of the phone into the Japanese market. The handset went on sale in the United States on June 21 and June 25 in South Korea, its home market.
A hands on demonstration:
A review in Japanese:
An official ad: