*Note* - Since the Galaxy S III is the same on all four US carriers with the exception of network, the rest of the Galaxy S III reviews will be fairly short. The only real things to go over are network speeds and call quality. If you want to read the in-depth review, read the T-Mobile Galaxy S III review.
While this isn’t the in-depth review like the T-Mobile version was, I’m excited to have finally put the AT&T Galaxy S III through its paces. You can watch the video review below:
Call Quality/Network Quality
While I’m sure AT&T LTE blankets most of the US, Las Vegas was one of the launch markets for AT&T’s LTE. It has gotten much better since launch and I can happily report that after using the Sprint Galaxy S III for a while, that being on AT&T’s network is like night and day. The data speeds don’t feel like dial-up speeds. I managed to run a speed test and pulled 50 MB’s down. Now that isn’t what you will always achieve but the fact that it *is* possible is amazing. You can see the speed test results below. Also in regards to call quality, I can report that everything checks out. No dropped calls or ghosting on the other end.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is quite an amazing phone. With exceptional battery life, sleek design and being one of Samsung’s flagships, you can bet on this phone be supported for years to come. Its comes in Pebble Blue, Marble White and the AT&T exclusive Garnet Red though only in the 16 GB configuration. While the Samsung Galaxy S III is enticing at $199 I do have to mention that the HTC One X, also on AT&T, just got a price cut to $100. It is a very capable phone being HTC’s flagship. You can read the review for that phone here. If you are looking for a phone to replace the one you have now, I have no qualms about recommending the Samsung Galaxy S III.