Details have emerged on a follow-up to Samsung's brilliantsmart phone. Inventively dubbed the Galaxy S3, it could pack a 4.6-inch screen and a 1.8GHz processor.
Specs of the new phone appear to have been leaked to Android site Phandroid, as part of what is reportedly one slide from an internal Samsung Mobile presentation. But unlike most PowerPoint affairs, this presentation is actually rather interesting, as it shows off what could be Samsung's newest flagship phone.
Take this with a pinch of salt, but the slide lists a stonkingly powerful 12-megapixel camera and 2GB of RAM to boot. As if that wasn't enough, it looks as though the S3 could have a different shape, ditching the S2's squarish look in favour of something a little more rounded at the top and bottom. Phandroid's sources reckon it'll be thinner than the S2 to boot.
The five tray icons on the front of the blurry S3 graphic would also indicate that it will run, the new version of that was supposed to be launched today, but which has been postponed .
While these details on the S3 appear, we're still waiting on another Samsung effort, the, which is set to be Google's newest flagship phone, following the , and the first mobile running Ice Cream Sandwich.
We'll be keeping an eye out for more Galaxy S3 news -- if more concrete evidence appears hinting it will be out fairly soon, that could be reason to not buy the Galaxy Nexus, and to wait for the S3 instead.
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