New Smartphones are coming out every day, and each one is better than the last.
However, the tech world has been abuzz about the new Samsung Galaxy S III.
The new Galaxy S III from Samsung runs on Ice Cream Sandwich. Yes, it sounds weird, but Google names its operating systems after sweets. For instance, the next one is called Jelly Bean.
The new phone slimmer than the iPhone and most other Android phones. However, the Galaxy's size may make it difficult to hold for people with small hands.
The screen is a full half-inch larger than that of other phones which makes watching videos and playing games a little easier on the eyes.
There's an 8-megapixel camera, which is standard for new phones, but the Galaxy shoots well in low light.
The phone also boasts a feature called S-Voice. It's very similar to the iPhone's Siri. Simply ask a question and the phone will do its best to answer it for you.
The Galaxy has a lot of features that haven't been available on any Android phone.
Namely, you can unlock your phone with your face. It's called "face unlock" and instead of swiping the screen, all you have to do is look at your phone, it recognizes you and the phone unlocks.
The Galaxy S III is carried by AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile. The phone costs $200 with a new two-year contract.