One of the best news in the recent times, Samsung has almost confirmed the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III, due at the Mobile World Congress in 2012, the same time when this year the Galaxy S2 was launched. We just saw a new page shared by the official Galaxy S page, sharing some info about the pictures and a few specifications which are subject to change anytime prior to the launch. The best news in this is that the Galaxy S3 might be coming all around at the world at the same time, rather than what it used to happen earlier, going nation by nation and getting slower attention.
The device looks totally excellent, with the 5 touch-sensitive keys on the bottom, which probably could be for Phone, Menu, Apps, Back and Search. Apart from that, the leaked picture also shows the 4G LTE connectivity, and a new flash to the camera, which could be a 10.1-megapixel one.
The leaked specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S3 are -
- 1.5GB of RAM
- 32GB Internal storage memory
- SD Card slot to expand memory
- 4.65″ “Super AMOLED III” display
- 10-megapixel camera
- 1080p video recording at 60fps
- 2250mAh battery
- NFC Chip
- Ice Cream Sandwich OS with Touchwiz 5.0
We would be updating with any other news that we catch around, but from what we see in the leaked picture, the Galaxy S3 for sure is not just a rumor now.
From another website Crazyaboutmobile (link), we found that the specifications that are rumored around could be possibly a little higher than what is shared on the Galaxy SIII’s Facebook wall post. Here are the other list of rumored specifications around -
4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen at 1,280×720-pixel resolution
1.8GHz chip with 2GB RAM
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
The design rumored again around here is just like the Galaxy Nexus, and it would be a little modification of the Galaxy Nexus. Here is the other leaked picture:
We earlier received rumors a month back that the Galaxy S III would be having a 16MP camera and would be running on the Exynos Quad Core ARM Cortex processor, but with all that, would we be calling it a mobile device then?