In true smartphone fashion, Samsung is supposedly briefing carriers and members of retail organizations on the next big thing in its Galaxy S line of smartphones. Phandroid was sent an image of what appears to be a confidential slide from a Samsung presentation. At the top of the slide is the Samsung Galaxy S III, a smartphone that is unannounced, but inevitable.
It’s easy to question the legitimacy of this slide, but we’ll go over all the juicy parts anyway. At this time, the Galaxy S III will allegedly have a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus HD (HD Super AMOLED?) screen, a 1.8 Ghz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor, 2GB of RAM and a 12-megapixel rear camera. This phone is also said to run Ice Cream Sandwich and gives up capacitive buttons in favor of four physical buttons.
These are specs that are more powerful than anything we’ve seen in a smartphone before. Even if this particular image turns out to be fake, we’re sure we’ll see phones carrying this kind of hardware in 2012.
It’s best not to worry about this phone right now. Besides, the Samsung Galaxy S II only recently came out in the United States. At least give the phone a couple months before getting excited about its successor.
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