SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 4G
images & info courtesy of www.samsung.com.au
|# 4G is only available on certain networks and in selected coverage areas. If 4G is unavailable, the device will default to 3G. Data speed and coverage may vary depending on location, device configuration, and geographical features.|
| WHY NOT A CASE?
If you look at the way we use our mobile phones on a day-to-day bases, one of the main things we do is take it in & out of our pockets or like my wife her handbag, with this daily routine we all have the chance be it 50/50 that we may drop or knock it. Unless you have house and contents insurance or have taken out Mobile insurance with your local carrier your pretty much on your own so why do many people just don’t use cases? Are they that rich that they can afford to purchase another handset outright or add a Mobile Payment Plan to their accounts? I think not most just think that their phone is large enough as it is and don’t want to make it even larger, for example the GS3 has a 4.8” screen, for most this is a very large screen except those like me and my wife who tote around the Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy Note.
So in saying this wouldn’t it still make sense that you should protect this large device? With most new devices costing around the $800+ outright and to repair the screen anything from $250.00 and the cost of an OtterBox case from $35, for me it makes more sense to go for the protection, but then that’s just me…
Image courtsey of www.otterbox.com
|UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL|
|Power button on the right hand side of the case is fully enclosed.||Volume button is on the left and still gives easy use.||Charging port is covered, still allowing charging when required.|
|Head phone jack is again covered like the Charging Port||The Camera is protected with a hard plastic surround.||
Images above courtesy of www.otterbox.com, others taken by me via my Note 2.
I try and complete a few traveling tests with the case normally just going to work when I worked at the Service Centre then latter at the Retail Shop for Vodafone, Now that I am Telco Rep I use my car a lot and visit Shopping Centres (Malls for those that live in the USA) this gave me such a great testing ground for this case. I use both the GS3 4G and Note 2 and they are carried in my left pocket of my work pants.
I update this review on Box Day, so those lucky people out there have now and truly received their new Galaxy S3 and looking for that Boxing Day Special why note visit your local carrier, JB Hi-Fi or even Harvey Norman and pickup an OtterBox case for that great new device… If you can’t be bothered going out it in the Perth heat (38oC today – 40/41 oC for the rest of the week) then let your fingers do the walking and visit www.otterbox.com, get that Commuter or even the defender case in that prized device the Samsung Galaxy S3 today.
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