Thanks to @ZainKuwait, I had the opportunity to try the new Samsung Galaxy SIII. My first android experience was bad, however with the Galaxy SIII it’s another story (until now).
The box comes with the USB , charger head, headphones, extra ear pieces, battery and the guide. What I liked about the SIII is the screen size, large but still usable using one hand. Great resolution and sound. The mobile is also very very light and you can barely feel it on your hands.
The last time I tried the android I had trouble with the apps, however one year later I did not have any trouble with the apps such as Instagram and Twitter. So the app store is great and purchasing using google checkout is easy.
However I had trouble with two things
1- Tethering to a mac
After searching for ages tethering did not work on spot with my mac. I had to buy and app called clockmod tether (both for android and mac). This will enable tethering to the mac. However it’s not user friendly as it is not plug and play. not like the iPhone at all. not sure if this is a new issue with Galaxy SIII or its something from a long time ago. If you do know how to make it work please inform me.
Also, the wireless wifi had some issues. It gets interrupted every time I use the phone whether for internet based apps or the mobile based apps.
2- Galaxy as storage device
From my friends, making their android devices as storage was very easy. However the SIII did not work as it’s predecessors. Somehow there is no USB mass storage option anymore. To use the phone to transfer files I had to download the AndroidFileTransfer application from their website for the mac. Again, if you have more info please inform me.
Another cool thing about the Galaxy SIII is the way you take a screen capture. By using the side of you palms, you just swipe from right to left and voile a screen shot.
Overall, I think Android have went a long way. Still have minor things to fix that I got used to in the iPhone but at the end once you get used to the phone you will forget about older phones.