Samsung is set to release the Galaxy S III — one of this year’s most anticipated Android handsets — at the end of this month, and if you plan on picking one up, you can begin learning everything there is to know about the device two weeks early.
The handset’s entire 181-page user manual has been leaked online, and it details every single feature packed into Samsung’s latest Android handset. It also provides instructions for applications like Google+, Samsung’s ChatON messaging service, Flipboard, and more; in addition to all of the new features in Samsung’s latest version of TouchWiz.
Android Police, which was first to publish the manual, has one interesting find:
The manual says a max 32GB MicroSD card is supported, even though Samsung promised support of up to 64GB. It’s unclear at this point whether that means the initial variants with 16GB and 32GB of onboard storage won’t support 64GB of expansion or it’s an error in the manual.
You can download the entire PDF using the link below. If you find anything interesting, be sure to leave us a comment.
[via Android Police]