We have heard about Samsung’s plans to launch another Galaxy S device this year, a successor to their most popular smartphone, the Galaxy S II. The Galaxy S III is the smartphone that many who are looking at a worthy iPhone competitor, need look no further. Last week we heard about the Galaxy S III design being completed, which meant it’s ready for the production line. Here we see an image of what is reportedly the Galaxy S III finished design. As you can see, the device is similar to the Galaxy S II in shape, and like the Galaxy Nexus in features.
The Galaxy S III will have many improvements over the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Nexus, with a 1.5GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 12 megapixel rear camera (we had heard 8 megapixel before, but the Galaxy S II already has that), and a uni-body ceramic casing. The source made these comments with the image submission:
4.7 inch screen that nearly takes up the whole phone”, have a “ceramic micro arc oxidation back” and also sport a “quad core exynos (spelling?) 4412. The screen is Super Amoled Plus with HD. The camera is a 12 megapixel with flash. 2 gigs of ram. And it is exactly 8 millimeters thick, and no bump this time around, just “smooth”. 2250 milla-amp/hour battery, but no wireless charging
That is one beefy smartphone! The only smartphone I can see holding a candle to this when it launches would be the next iPhone (5?), or another HTC ‘One’ later this year.
Source – Reddit
Article first published as Samsung Galaxy S III Image Appears Online on Technorati.
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