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.