In more news to do with the Galaxy S III, Samsung have announced some new services that will be included on the device.

One of the first of these is the S Health app which is designed to tackle your personal wellness giving you advice on what to do as well as tracking your movements, alongside this there is also a new Music Hub service which will give you access to 17 million tracks with a “Scan and Match” feature which will only be supported in 6 of the 7 countries Music Hub will be available.

As well as that there is other hubs for both Games and Video.

The Galaxy S III will also support something called Mirrorlink which will give you access to all of these hubs via enabled headunits in your car.

And finally they have also included a NFC payment feature allowing you to pay for goods with your phone and is targeted for first use during the London 2012 games.

Check out our liveblog for everything that happened during today’s unpacked event, and be sure to stick with us as we post a lot more details from the event.


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