Samsung Galaxy S III, new leaked images

More images of Samsung’s rumoured upcoming flagship smartphone device are online

By - April 19, 2012
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Images depicting an unannounced Samsung smartphone that could be the new Galaxy S III flagship model were posted on Wednesday by tech news site Gizmodo Brazil.

The poor quality images don’t reveal much detail, but show the basic shape of the device as well as a thin, wide home button. Also visible is a unique oval-shaped glass covering the phones front face without extending to each of the edges.

The source of the leaked images claims the device model number is i9300, which lines up with previous reports on what the model number of the Galaxy S III might be.

The source also claimed that the device features a 12-megapixel camera, contradicting earlier reports of the device featuring an 8-megapixel shooter.

The Galaxy S III is expected to feature a 4.8 inch 1080p HD display, quad-core 1.5GHz Exynos processor, LTE connectivity and the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.

Read the full story at: Boy Genius Report.

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