We’re back with another episode of The BGR Show, and this week we’re taking a look at Samsung’s Galaxy S III in addition to giving you a walkthrough of Apple’s new iOS 6 operating system. Samsung’s Galaxy S III is an Android powerhouse, packed with a quad-core processor, a 4.8-inch 720p display, 1GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and more. Samsung sent us the global version of the Galaxy S III since the phone hasn’t launched in the U.S. yet, and there are definitely a few differences. The U.S. version will feature 4G LTE, though it trades a faster cellular connection for a slightly less powerful dual-core processor in place of the quad-core chipset. Apple’s iOS 6 operating system is set to be released in the fall, but we have an early look at a developer version of the software in this week’s episode as well. It adds tons of¬†functionality¬†and features that were missing from iOS in the past, and we go through almost all of them step by step.
An in-depth review of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S III Android smartphone, and a first look at Apple’s brand new mobile operating system iOS 6, which was unveiled earlier this week at WWDC 2012. Samsung’s Galaxy S III sports a custom version of Google’s OS that makes this Android smartphone smarter than ever before, and Apple’s iOS 6 update pushes the iPhone to a whole new level. But which company has the edge? Find out in this week’s episode of The BGR Show.