The Samsung Galaxy S III is undoubtedly the most awaited Android device on 2012. Following the tremendous success of the Galaxy S and the Galaxy S II which propelled Samsung on to the top of the Android leaderboard, the Galaxy S III is likely to be the best smartphone this year.
However, breaking from tradition, Samsung had announced that it wouldn’t be unveiling the Galaxy S III at MWC 2012. Given the barrage of impressive Android devices at MWC, it’s understandable that Samsung would want to hold a separate event for the Galaxy S III launch.
If you were one of those waiting for the Galaxy S III with bated breath, here’s some good news for you: some of the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S III may have been leaked.
BGR reports that they have some details about the specifications of Samsung’s upcoming superphone.
Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy S III will sport a 4.8 inch 1080p display with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It will likely be a SuperAMOLED Plus display, or something even better.
It will be powered by a 1.5 GHz quad core Exynos processor. My guess is it will also offer 2 GB of RAM. It will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and will reportedly have a ceramic case, instead of a plastic or metal one.
On the camera front, it won’t offer much more than the Galaxy S II. It will have a 8 MP primary camera and a 2 MP secondary camera.
These are all the details we have so far. Hopefully, we will see some official announcement soon.
Here’s a rendering of the Samsung Galaxy S III. It is rumored to have a very thin bezel, just enough to accomodate the sensors.