So, you nodded agreeably when all those hardware specs were listed, but are a bit more intrigued by what Samsung’s done to the Android 4.0 interface. In short, TouchWiz is still here, but there are some noticeable differences between it and the legacy version seen on the Galaxy S II that bring the GSIII closer to a stock Android experience. But, there are also some things that are a rehash of what we saw on last year’s Gingerbread-powered hardware. We’ve delved into this latest interpretation, and tried out Sammy’s S Voice and S Beam features along the way. Our deeper impressions are after the break, where you’ll also find a quick video rundown and can see the new software in action.