Samsung to offer Galaxy S III with a new design

Believe it or not a large number of potential smartphone buyers did not like the design of the Samsung Galaxy S III when it was revealed a few weeks ago. This customer feedback has prompted Samsung to come up with a new design for its smartphone flagship.

So here we get the same smartphone but with new looks. Please meet the redesigned Samsung Galaxy S III.

The novelty will be available on the Korean market for now with possible worldwide launch later on, although unconfirmed. The new Korean version of the Galaxy S III will come with a dual-core chip due to the fact that quad-core smartphones in Korea are incompatible with LTE networks. Also, this version will feature a larger display.

Samsung Galaxy S III

Thus the Galaxy S III will have four different versions – an international version with a quad-core chip, a dual-core version for North America, a 2 GB RAM version for Japan and a redesigned version for South Korea.


Source: Mobilenews.bg

Related posts

Genius announces new professional gaming mouse

Genius, a company known for making computer peripherals and other devices, has announced the commercial availability of the Maurus professional gaming mouse on the North American market. The new Maurus programmable gaming mouse features five buttons and is designed for hardcore FPS/RTS...

BlackBerry PlayBook is The First Tablet Certified for U.S. Government

Research In Motion is proud to announce that their 7-inch BlackBerry PlayBook is the first tablet certified for deployment within U.S. federal government agencies. According to the company no other tablet on the market has gained FIPS 140-2 (Federal Information Processing Standard)...

LG announces Optimus Q2 Android QWERTY smartphone

LG announces Optimus Q2 Android QWERTY smartphone

LG today introduced its newest smartphone, the Android based Optimus Q2 which combines a 4-inch (800 x 480) IPS touchscreen with an impressive 700 nits brightness and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, in just 12.3mm thick body. The phone runs Android Gingerbread and is powered by 1.2GHz dual-core...

Leave a comment