Samsung Galaxy S III specs leak on the Internet

The highly expected Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone is right around the corner with its debut scheduled for May 3 in London, UK. Ten days may not sound like that much time but its more than enough for more speculation and leaked information to get on the Internet – and some leaked information is already here.

The German Amazon web site has already published a pre-order page for the device and although there’s no picture of the upcoming smartphone, the online retailer mentions some of the specs of the Samsung Galaxy S III. If they are correct this means that customers will get a smartphone with a 4.7-inch HD display, a quad-core chip and a 12 MP camera. All this hardware will be under the control of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Right now the smartphone costs 599 EUR at Amazon Germany.

Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone

Official specs will of course become known on May 3 this year.


Source: Hamidshaikh.com

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