Samsung Galaxy III to Come with 1.8GHz Dual-Core Proccessor?
Another day, another Samsung leak. This time, the upcoming (?) Samsung Galaxy S III gets special treatment. Following an anonymous tip (a screenshot of a slide that's allegedly part of an internal presentation) that came in the mailbox, phandroid.com tells us what to expect, with a pinch of salt of course, from the next-gen Galaxy smartphone. More details below:
Phandriod.com - According to the image, the Galaxy S III will feature a dual-core 1.8GHz Exynos 4212 processor (no quad-core just yet), 2GB of RAM, a 12MP camera, and a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus HD display.
That screen technology would provide HD resolution without falling back on the PenTile technology found in Samsung’s current generation of HD displays.
Our source noted that these particular displays are not fully baked at this point in time. The camera would deploy the W750 BSI CMOS sensor and the phone will feature LTE and NFC support.
Unlike the upcoming Nexus Prime the Galaxy S III will not use a curved display and the design language of the phone will apparently differ from the current Galaxy S lineup to avoid future legal issues. The GS3 is said to be even thinner than the GS2. While the handset will run on the upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich build, it will reportedly retain four physical buttons.
True or false? Only time will tell.