Samsung reportedly to unveil Galaxy S III in February, debut new line of 3D devices
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’s most successful Android smartphone to date.
The device is expected to feature new quad-core processing technology and may be outfitted with 3D
technology, as Samsung looks to differentiate its smartphones from Apple’s popular iPhone. With an MWC
launch, the Galaxy S III may go on sale in the second quarter.
3D photo and video recording capabilities may be coming to additional Samsung smartphones next year,
coming to a device referred to as the Galaxy S 3D — helping users deliver content to their 3D TVs. Again,
this device could be launched in the second quarter of 2012.
The report sits firmly in the rumour category but with the Korean smartphone vendor introducing the
Galaxy S II at the same event earlier this year, it shouldn’t be ruled out that the company would do the
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, 2GB of RAM and a 4.65 inch HD display with a 1280 x 720 resolution similar to the Galaxy Nexus.
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