EDIT: The phone has been announced! Ignore my speculation in this first post. http://www.engadget.com/2012/04/16/samsung-will-unveil-the-next-galaxy-phone-may-3rd-in-london/ It's coming soon... What are your thoughts on the Galaxy S III? As an iPhone user, Android user, or something else, how do you feel about it? This is not a troll thread, and it's sad that I have to say that. We can have an intelligent conversation about a competing platform. This could be the big kahuna for Android phones. Last year Samsung released the GS2, which was a huge upgrade. Hopefully the GS3 is too. One problem that has plagued Android phones is bad battery life, but according to Samsung, they're going to fix that this year. It'd be great to see a large battery or more efficient internals. http://ces.cnet.com/8301-33363_1-57...sung-promises-all-day-battery-life-on-phones/ It's pretty much expected that the screen will have be large and have a high resolution, like the Galaxy Nexus they released awhile ago. Also, there's thoughts that it will use liquid metal. Just look at the teaser-picture in the first link. Interesting, right? There are 3 large drops of liquid, and the 2 blue ones have a metal finish of some sort. The possibility of liquid metal in Samsung's next flagship phone was also mentioned in a article MacRumors posted yesterday. http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1360060 If this became reality, it'd be hard to deny how neat it would be. I currently use an iPhone (I used to own Android phones), but the GS3 would make me want to switch back. Here's how I see it (for ME. MY uses): -huge screen, displaying more content (I dislike the small iPhone display) -faster (yes, faster. With animations turned off on Android, it's awesome) -better YouTube app -Google Maps and Google Places apps -better handling of notification (Apple STILL got notifications wrong, in my opinion) -Flash, when needed -you can set your browser agent to desktop. No more annoying mobile sites -really fast 4G, if I'm in the right area I would love those features. There are a good amount of things that annoy me on the iPhone. But that's just me. Some of you may not touch Android with 10-foot pole. If you're one of those people, I'd be interested to hear what about the GS3/Android still wouldn't be good enough to make you think about switching.