I still suggest you guys to take these new rumors with a pinch of salt, but these new two leaks seem slightly more credible than most of the previous ones.
The newest in a line of Samsung Galaxy S III clues is a press photo provided by a group, namely GSM Helpdesk, which claims it is the final straight-on look at the next-generation smartphone (image shown above).
The most interesting thing about the supposed Galaxy S III in this image is its inclusion of hardware buttons underneath the display. The phone will likely run Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich, which allows phones to use software, buttons instead.
GSM’s tipster also includes some pretty nice specs that have been floating around for a while, like a 1.5GHz quad-core processor (while a recent leak suggested Exynos quad core processor), a 4.7-inch 720p Super-AMOLED screen at 313ppi, and a 12MP camera, a 1.3-megapixel front camera, 1 GB of RAM and a thickness of 8 mm.
Other report coming around the corner suggests that Samsung Greater China President Kim Young-Ha revealed that the company could still launch Galaxy S III handset in April, with the company considering pulling forward the debut of the much-anticipated handset from initial May estimates, according to Maeli Business News. And the words were spitted at a press conference earlier today.
One final tidbit is the launch date – set for May 22, but Samsung might pull it forward to April, according to exec.
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