"The Voice" judge, Joel Madden, graced the launching event of Samsung Galaxy S3.
The judge was invited in the event to hand out the Samsung Galaxy S3 to first consumers who purchased the device.
The front man of Good Charlotte admitted that he is a tech junkie and that he likes the Samsung 2012 flagship phone. He said that he can easily navigate the apps in his phone. He also admitted that he uses the camera abusively.
Samsung revealed in the event that Australians will have to wait no longer as they can already buy Samsung Galaxy S3 in retail stores and networks in Australia.
Telstra, Vodafone and Optus are the three major networks in Australia.
Vodafone and Optus immediately updated their websites and are accepting pre-orders for the new Samsung mobile phone. The price of the device differs in each network. There are other retailers where you can buy Samsung Galaxy S3.
Reviewers praised the new Samsung Galaxy S3 for its fast Android latest OS - Ice Cream Sandwich. The processor is incredibly high speed and is further intensified by its 1.4 Ghz quad-core Exynos processor that process faster browsing and no lag.
The device is perfect for those who love to multitask with its pop-up play feature that allows you to use more than one application at the same time. There is no need to charge the device every now and then because of its improved battery that can last for hours.
The Galaxy S3 also comes with a new feature called Music Hub - iTunes-like music streaming service. This new service is available in free and paid versions depending on the preference of the user. According to Samsung, the paid service allows uploading and storage of music files on servers that can be accessed from more than one Internet-connected device.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 in 28 countries. The device is already for sale in UK and Middle East that hit the stores last Tuesday hoping to maintain its lead against rival Apple's iPhone 5, which is predicted to be released in October.