KIRF Galaxy S III: designed for cheapskates, inspired by Samsung

KIRF Galaxy S III designed for cheapskates, inspired by Samsung

Depending on your location (or carrier of choice) Samsung’s Galaxy S III is now ready to take your money. If your assets aren’t liquid enough to afford Samsung’s flagship on contract, you might be at least tempted by the fakery of the HDC Galaxy S3. The familiar-looking slab packs a 4.7-inch TFT screen, alongside a humble 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and a 5-megapixel camera. According to GizmoChina, the phone will set shady cash registers ringing at around $200 — a snip compared to the off-contract price of the official iteration. Take a tour of the hardware (and some Nature UX-baiting software) in the quick hands-on after the break.

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