The Samsung Galaxy S3 launched recently, and the new device includes a feature called "USB On The Go" that allows users to hook up any USB device to the smartphone.
YouMobile.org recently created a video that demonstrates the amount of USB Host functionality that the Galaxy S3 has.
The device can now connect to a flash drive, external hard disk drive, wireless keyboard, and PlayStation 3 controller. It can also connect to a larger monitor as well as speakers.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is arguably the most anticipated smartphone of this year and the Korean Electronics giant is also launching a slew of new accessories that will enhance the user's experience with the handset.
Among these little extras are a S3 flip cover, Wi-Fi Display Hub, Desktop Dock and Holder and Battery Charger.
The Wi-Fi Hub allows Galaxy S3 owners to view whatever is on their smartphone's screen on their TVs providing they have an HDMI input.
One of the interesting discoveries made regarding the Wi-Fi Hub is that it can only work with the Samsung Galaxy S3, but not with other similar products such as the S2 or Galaxy Note.
The Flip Cover is designed specifically for the Galaxy S3 and what it does is replace the backing on the handset. This new back plate is attached to a front flip cover that easily flips open like a book.
The Desktop Dock holds the Galaxy S3 upright while charging it. It also has outputs for extra audio components such as speakers where users can listen to their music that is stored on the device. The Dock also allows Galaxy S3 owners to instantly sync up their device with their computers as well.
The Holder and Battery Charger also act as a holder for the Galaxy S3. It also has a compartment for a spare battery where it can be charged up and used in case the battery dies.