Samsung has kept its Galaxy S II successor under veil rather well, so far we have only seen it hiding in an outer shell and a few other unconfirmed but certainly possible bits of information. Now today a possible press shot of the Samsung Galaxy S III has arisen.
Update: The image has been confirmed as old (and fake) by the original source. No need to worry too much though, it’s only a few days until the real launch.
The leak itself shows a physical home button with multitasking and back capacitive buttons. These capacitive buttons are actually flipped compared to other phones such as HTC’s One X, which at least to me makes sense. Having the back button on the right is much better for the majority right handed users.
Other information is not included with the leak but a Super AMOLED Plus HD 720p display between the size of 4.6″ and 4.8″ is expected. The chipset has recently been confirmed by Samsung as the Exynos 4 Quad. A 8 or 12 MP camera is also rumoured to be on hand.
KitGuru says: Even if this is some kind of fan fiction they have certainly done a good job, plus if it does turn out to be fake, it is only a few days until we find out what the new Galaxy smartphone looks like.