Thanks to the German branch of Amazon, there’s a truck load of official (?) stats for the Galaxy S III, which is hopefully being released today. Let’s dig in.
According to the site, the screen is a 4.7-inch monster, which makes it 0.5-inches larger than the Galaxy Nexus S. It’s a Super AMOLED screen, which is pretty much inline with how Samsung treats its top of the range smartphones. The S II and Nexus are part of the Super AMOLED and as users know, these screens are beauties.
The camera will be a supposed 12-megapixel device, a flash, auto-focus and face detection. Nothing new here, but it’s all about how Samsung will implement the hardware.
Samsung phones have expandable memory and that’s a hardware FACT which the S III plans to reap. The S III comes with 16GB internal memory, with the option of expanding the device up to 32GB.
Finally, the S III will come with Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. How Samsung plans to use it’s TouchWiz UI with the S III’s version of Android 4.0 is anyone’s guess. Tune in to Gearburn at 8pm tonight and discover if these rumored specs are true. We’ll be covering the live Samsung press event in London as the tech world watches on in rapture. Watch the crappy teaser trailer in the meantime to keep the hype going.
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