Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 smartphone yesterday at its "Mobile Unpacked" event in London, England yesterday, and now the company has released the full video of the event.
"Samsung Mobile Unpacked" 2012 was hosted by Suzi Perry, who was the MC for the entire event.
Music for the event was provided by the London Metropolitan Orchestra.
Perry described the next Samsung Galaxy as "the next big thing in technology" and outlined how the company is not just about "what smartphones can do, but about how they do it."
She then introduced the president and head of IT and Mobile Communication Division at Samsung, J.K. Shin, to talk about the Galaxy S3 and many of its exciting new features, including its improved 8-megapixel camera.
"There were a lot of rumors and speculations about our next Galaxy S," said Shin. "Some were right, and some were wrong."
But Shin assures that "the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best in class smartphone in the world."
He then went on to explain that point in the video that can be found here.
The rest of the event features other Samsung executives showing off some of the impressive new features on the Galaxy S3.
Samsung did not announce any official release dates for the device at the event, but did state that it will begin rolling out at the end of May.
It also confirmed the specifications for the device in a press release yesterday.
"This sleek and innovative smartphone has the enhanced intelligence to make everyday life easier," wrote Samsung. With Samsung GALAXY S III, you can view the content like never before on the device's 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED display," read the release.
The company also has a sign-up page on its website where consumers interested can stay updated on the device.