With a good enough camera, taking great pictures doesn’t require you to be a professional photographer. Sure, that helps (a lot), but it’s not strictly necessary. Especially if you have capable tools at your disposal, and enough knowhow to wield them. The Samsung Galaxy S III has the tools in abundance.
Samsung is pushing some features that not only require the presence of another phone; they demand that the other phone also be a Galaxy S III. They’re like those opportunistic semi-friends you had in high school; the ones who will agree to hang out, but only if a certain set of other friends will be there. Also known as jerks.
Gestures in the smartphone world are nothing new, but Samsung includes a lot of gesture and motion-based interactions that make the experience of using the Galaxy S III unlike that of any other Android phone. I’ve done my best to put them to the test on both the international and Sprint versions of the SGS3, and I’ve organized them into a list for your reading enjoyment.