While it wasn’t to be for Samsung’s Galaxy S III to rattle the cages at MWC this year, we are at least starting to get some real meat on what Samsung has in store for us with its next flagship handset and we’re sure you’ll really like the sound of what Samsung’s innovators have come up with!
The display Samsung is said to be incorporating into the GS III is next to jaw-drop worthy. The company has managed to create a market-ready 4.8-inch sized 16:9 display for the phone which boasts an incredible Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution – a big step up from its already super impressive 1280 x 720 4.65-inch screen used for the Galaxy Nexus and certainly a good chunk superior to Apple’s 960 x 640 Retina display on the iPhone 4S.
Further to that wow’ing attribute of Samsung’s next big talked about handset, we can also share out a few more details fresh from the rumour mill on the supposed specs. The phone will apparently sport a 1.5GHz quad-core Samsung Exynos processor housed in a ceramic casing with 4G LTE connectivity and of course with Android 4.0 on tap. Its camera setup will be an 8-megapixel on the rear and a 2-megapixel on the front.
At this stage we’re itchin’ to hear more on Samsung’s Galaxy S III but will have to sit tight for now until more solid info filters out.
KitGuru says: The image used in this article was a mock-up from the source, but we can only hope the real deal turns out similar. Edge-to-edge 1080p 4.8-inch screen? Yes please Samsung!