Samsung's Galaxy S3 is equipped with an eight megapixel rear-facing camera with auto-focus and LED flash. Users are allowed to record video of 1080p at 30 frames per second (fps). Custom ROM developer hyperX has released a new mod for the Galaxy S3 that increases 1080p Full HD video recording to 30 Mbit in superfine mod, complete with 192 kbit audio according to Slash Gear.

In addition, there is a 24 Mbit fine mode and 19 Mbit normal 1080p mod along with a 19 Mbit superfine 720p mode, 15 Mbit fine and 10 Mbit normal modes. All the modes reportedly utilise 192 kbit audio recording. Moreover, hyperX is trying to add 60fps for all resolutions. The new mod allows the users to capture pictures even while on a live call as well as use the volume up/down buttons to capture a picture while recording a video. The Galaxy S3's camera will not work if its battery is below 15 percent charge.

Samsung Galaxy S3: New Superfine Mod Upgrades Camera
Samsung Galaxy S3: New Superfine Mod Upgrades Camera: Samsung

The newest Galaxy S3 comes with some of the stunning features like Smart Stay, Direct Call, Smart Alert, Social Tag and S Voice. It comes pre-installed with the latest version of ICS, Android 4.0.4 and is powered by the quad-core Exynos 4212 processor which was clocked at 1.4GHz. Its camera features geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilisation and simultaneous HD video and image recording as well.

The most hyped smartphone in 2012 has made a splash and has been on the most talked-about gadget ever since it has been announced, and has continued to make waves since its release. The device has already become the most Britain's most popular handset, just two days after launch according to Daily Mail. It is expected to have an edge over other tough smartphones in the market because of its unprecedented features and specs.