By Anton D. Nagy | May 15, 2012 7:14 AM
If you’re anything like me — and since you’re reading Pocketnow I bet you are — then you do a lot of research before your next smartphone or tablet purchase. Part of the research means reading the user manual if it is available and since the Samsung Galaxy S III is the most anticipated Android phone of the year so far, you’ll definitely want to read about all the software features the manufacturer baked in.
Luckily the United Kingdom support page for Samsung features the manual of the Galaxy S II follow-up in a digital format with 181 pages of information. You’ll learn everything about the hardware layout of the (International) device as well as interesting bits about the software: like motions (pick-up, hold to ear, tilt, pan to move, pan to browse, shake, double-tap, turn over, hand sweep, palm touch, rotate, and unlock). May 30 is two weeks away which should be plenty of time for you to get to know the device, at least in theory.