Samsung Galaxy S III Accessories Show Their Stuff In New Press Photos


When Samsung announced the Galaxy S III earlier this month, it had news about plenty of accessories for the smartphone. We talked about some of those at the time, like a WiFi-enabled AllShare hub and Samsung’s C Pen stylus, and while the manufacturer had some details to share, we didn’t get a chance to have a close look at much of this GS3 gear. Now, we finally have the opportunity to check out some accessories up close, upon the release of some of the first press photos of these items.

The C Pen is noticeably bulkier than the Note’s S Pen, but considering it’s not intended to be stowed-away inside the phone itself, that bulk should be a benefit, letting you get a more natural grip on the stylus. Since this is a capacitive stylus, the tip is going to be quite a bit larger than one using Wacom tech and a separate digitizer, like the S Pen, but as far as capacitive styli tips in general go, this one does appear to be thinner than many.

The GS3’s flip cover will be familiar to anyone who used the matching accessory on the Note, replacing the phone’s rear battery cover. The Wi-Fi Display Hub for AllShare looks sleek and unobtrusive, with an HDMI-out ready to get your videos on the big screen. Finally, we get a look at a GS3 desktop dock, and while it doesn’t directly charge the phone, there’s a storage compartment to keep a spare battery charging.

Source: SlashGear
Via: The Verge

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