The year's most anticipated Android smartphone lives up to its hype, and then some. Samsung introduces a number of innovative features in the form of its S Beam and reprogrammable TecTiles technology, which are equally used to share content from one Galaxy S III to another and perform services like check-in on Facebook. Though the U.S. release misses out on the heavily desired quad-core CPU, the trade-off of Qualcomm’s dual-core and 2GB of RAM more than suffices. Not convinced? Read our full review and be the judge.