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Samsung reportedly to unveil Galaxy S III in February, debut new line of 3D devices

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Korean electronics giant Samsung is reportedly set to launch the Galaxy S III, the successor to its popular

Galaxy S II Android smartphone, at Mobile World Congress in February, also debuting new 3D-capable

devices in the first quarter of 2012.

ETNews reports that Samsung will choose to introduce the latest in its Galaxy S line in Barcelona, almost

exactly a year after it launched the Galaxy S II, the world

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Samsung Galaxy S3 would be extraordinary IMO.

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I'm getting a new phone about half way through 2012 so hopefully it turns out to be an amazing device like its predecessors :D

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I hope they don't sacrifice the screen by making it 3D. I couldn't care less for 3D, especially on a phone. The S2 was a near perfect phone to me, so they should focus on improving that for the S3, not introducing gimmicks like 3D.

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oh man i can't wait to put my hand on it !!!

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If it's anything like the 2, it will be an amazing phone. Can't wait to upgrade.

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If they announce it in Feburary, then it won't come to US carriers until the end of the year.

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I expect really great specifications from this.

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Awesome, my current contract ends mid 2012 and I plan to hopefully get the Galaxy S3 (or worse case scenario the S2). Currently a HTC Desire owner and have to say I'm getting sick of the endless problems with it (read; constantly seeing the insufficient space warning everytime something updates etc).

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I hope they don't sacrifice the screen by making it 3D. I couldn't care less for 3D, especially on a phone. The S2 was a near perfect phone to me, so they should focus on improving that for the S3, not introducing gimmicks like 3D.

Unfortunately the industry is dying for us to adopt 3D so they can charge extra for everything.

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Galaxy has been a great series, but ffs samsung, stop releasing so many revisions of your devices.

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What more can you add to a mobile phone?

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My face when reading.

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Gah, and I was just thinking of getting an S2. I'll wait.

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Still waiting for Tegra 3 phone.

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The last two galaxy s phones have been generations ahead of the competition at release. The s3 should keep this trend going. The pressure is on for Samsung to deliver something spectacular.

3d is a gimmick so I hope there's a non-3d version of the device!

Can't believe I'm only three months into my two year contract and I'll be getting phone envy soon already!!

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Aaand a battery life as long as Half-Life's flashlight.

Battery tech isn't keeping up with needs... I wonder where those promising news about battery advancements/discoveries a few years back had disappeared to.

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battery life , battery life and battery life

Samsung!!!

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If its based on the new Tegra chipset the battery life is supposed to be improved considerably, however I am waiting to hear more about battery life from the new Transformer tablets to see if its really working as well as it should

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FFS. I am about a week away from going and getting the Galaxy Nexus phone, but now that I read about the S3 possibly launching in February I'm wondering if I should maybe wait a bit longer...

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I hope there is a QWERTY physical keyboard version coming out :)

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If its based on the new Tegra chipset the battery life is supposed to be improved considerably, however I am waiting to hear more about battery life from the new Transformer tablets to see if its really working as well as it should

I don't know if the cpu is the only problem here.

The screen and antenna draw a lot of juice from the battery. A 4.65" screen can't be that battery-friendly.

And, depending on your location, if signal is bad, the phone trying to keep a good 3G/4G connection will ruin your battery life.

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battery life , battery life and battery life

Samsung!!!

Good thing is that the battery is replaceable. If someones lifestyle requires extra juice they can carry a spare. I consider my lifestyle pretty active and I use my SII LTE quite a bit and do not have battery issues, but I know there will be people that do.

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I hope there is a QWERTY physical keyboard version coming out :)

There hasn't been a keyboard variant of the previous two devices, and so a one for S3, seems highly unlikely. :(

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