Over time, smartphones have improved a lot. Tough competition and raised expectations before every new release have made every company out there try their best to make their devices as cutting edge as possible and each new handset in a generation is obviously better than the last. One of the most and most talked about phones these days is the latest from Korean giants Samsung. That’s right, the Samsung Galaxy S III. We’ve already written in detail about the features that this powerhouse packs. What has us go wow all over again is how well this device has done on it’s connectivity test.
For those who don’t know, it is quite evident what a connectivity test does. It determines how well a device connects to others, such as a USB flash drive or an external hard drive.
As for how well the Samsung Galaxy S III did is concerned, the answer to that is incredibly well. The device impressed by proving itself to be better than its predecessor which is a great device In its own right. A number of devices were connected to the Galaxy S III and worked well. The device is now known to be fully compatible with basics such as USB drives and external hard drives. But it doesn’t end there. It is not compatible to USB on-the-go alone, but to almost ANYTHING that can be connected via USB.
The device also handles multiple other devices attached simultaneously via a USB hub very well. Controllers for the three major gaming systems which have widespread usage – the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Nintendo Wii – can also be attached which is great news for all the gamers out there. USB keyboard and mice can also be used alongside, which is something not seen with the S II.
The fact that the Samsung Galaxy S III is quite a connectivity beast is fully demonstrated by the guys over at tech blog ‘AndroidNZ’. Check it out for yourself: