The Galaxy S III handset brought with it a wide level of excitement from Android users who couldn’t wait to get their hands on the powerful new device, but also from the wider technology loving community who couldn’t wait to see which direction Samsung had taken with the successor to their insanely popular Galaxy S II smartphone. Judging from the sales figures of the S III, it doesn’t look like consumers have been disappointed with the hardware, but there was one feature that was widely expected to be included, and was notably missing in action at release.

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