Samsung Galaxy S III leaked in video

More images and a video of Samsung’s next generation flagship device have surfaced online

By - April 23, 2012 Share on LinkedIn
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Images and a video of Samsung’s next generation Galaxy S smartphone have been leaked by a Vietnamese blog.

The device, set to be unveiled at an even in London on the 3rd of May, carries the model number i9300, widely expected to be the model number of the Galaxy S III device.

According to the blog, it features a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, a 4.6 inch 720p HD display, Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, 16GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel camera, NFC and a 2,050 mAh battery.

These specifications don’t match up to earlier rumours of a 1080p display and 12 megapixel camera found on the device.

The blog also notes that the device isn’t an accurate representation of the final product. ”Samsung has used a fake outer shell designed to ensure the machine is not exposed until it is unveiled,” according to a translation of the blog post.

Read the full story at: Boy Genius Report.

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