Two New Alleged Images Of The Samsung Galaxy S III Leak
By on March 18th, 2012

Most of the Android handset manufactures have already released their next-generation Android phone fully-loaded with a dual or quad-core processor, a massive screen, oodles of RAM and a stellar camera. However, the most anticipated Android handset of the year, the Samsung Galaxy S III, is yet to be unveiled by the Korean company.

Over the last few weeks, quite a few rumors about the S3 have popped up over the Internet, and all of them have been squashed by Samsung promptly. Now, in the last couple of days, two new alleged pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S III have surfaced on the Internet. Both the images were found on Reddit, and the person who leaked the second photo stated that his friend who worked at Samsung actually sent him that image.

Below are the two images I am talking about -:

The person who leaked the second image also states that the SGS3 will come with a 12MP camera, 2GB of RAM, a ceramic back, and an Exynos 4412 SoC that consists of a quad-core Cortex-A9 processor clocked anywhere between 1.5GHz to 1.8GHz and an ARM-Mali-T608GPU. The tipster also states that the handset will pack in a massive 2250mAh battery, and will provide users with an option to use either the stock Android launcher or the TouchWIZ launcher.

Frankly, both the images above look pretty much fake to me. In fact, the second image looks like a slightly bigger version of the Galaxy S II to me with the stock Android launcher. Eldar Murtazin, who has been pretty consistent with his facts about the SGS3, also said that both the above images are fake.

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Author: Rajesh Pandey Google Profile for Rajesh Pandey
Rajesh is a 19 year old nerd, currently pursuing B.Com Hons from Bhawanipore college in Kolkata, India. He loves everything tech, especially Android. You can follow him on twitter @ePandu or mail to him at rajesh@techie-buzz.com.

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