Galaxy S III landed on shelves with a nice range of features packed inside, including support for NFC (Near-Field Communication), which provides users with fast sharing capabilities, among other things.
To share content, users can simply take advantage of the phone’s S Beam feature, which depends on NFC, and which is being advertised in the video embedded above.
When it comes to sharing, Galaxy S III
should be able to do the job, regardless of whether for a simple user or for a businessman.
“S Beam takes full advantage of NFC (Near-Field Communication) and Wi-Fi Direct technology, making it quick and easy for you to share photos, videos, documents, calendars, contacts and more,” Samsung explains.
Galaxy S III is currently available for purchase in the United States through all major wireless carriers in the country, as well as via third-party retailers.