It's almost like Samsung read the reviews of the Galaxy S III and confused the critiques for compliments. Here's a quote from my review of the phone, back in June:
The "pan around web pages with your entire body" feature is called "tilt to zoom." I've never seen any evidence that anyone uses it; after all, you can pinch to zoom or double-tap to zoom, both of which make more sense than double-pressing and extending your arms. It's about three-quarters of the way down that list. I still don't even know what half those other things mean and, might I remind you, I am a professional who has been briefed by Samsung several times on those specific features. And this ad, which appeared in the New York Times, looks as much like gibberish to me as it would to anyone else.
Samsung has a robot's attitude toward what makes a phone good. Bigger is better. If you can make your features into a longer list, that's better. If you can have four ways to do something when the other guy just has one, that's better. Because four is more than one. That doesn't mean they make bad stuff. I like the Galaxy Nexus a lot! It's one of my favorite phones. But it's a perfect illustration of exactly how Samsung thinks about their products--like you can measure user experience with a list.
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