Aside from the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, a couple of rumors about Samsung’s smartphone future have emerged, report from ETNews in Korea, claiming that the Samsung Galaxy S III will arrive powered by a quad-core processor — and a separate 3D Galaxy phone to be launched as ‘Galaxy S 3D’, is also on the way.
We don’t as yet have any official specifications on the Samsung Galaxy S III, from what we heard before it may either come with a quad core 1.5GHz processor or Samsung’s new dual core 2GHz Exynos 5250 processor, 12 megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM, a 4.65 inch Super AMOLED Plus HD display with a 1280 x 720 resolution, LTE connectivity and of course, running on Android’s latest Ice Cream Sandwich firmware (with TouchWiz). The text will also be crisper along with the graphics and video since the Samsung Galaxy S3 will reportedly does away with the Pen Tile-based matrix.
Other rumors say that Samsung is developing 3D capabilities on the smartphone, though there’s no details as to what extent will the new phone be equipped with the 3D technology. The company could come up with a separate smartphone, rather than incorporate it to the GALAXY S III, and called it the Samsung Galaxy S 3D or Galaxy 3D. The upcoming handset is also said to sport dual-cameras on the back, which will enable it to record images and videos in 3D.
We can only wait and see when Mobile World Congress arrived in February next year. Given the hate with 3D devices, would you guys be terribly upset to find out the Galaxy S III was a 3D capable device?