Samsung Galaxy S III leaks: Full specs outed online

Samsung Galaxy S II follow-up leaked online with an impressive array of specs

Following the success of the Samsung Galaxy S II new Samsung Galaxy S III specs have leaked online ahead of an expected 2012 Samsung Galaxy S 3 release date

With the Samsung Galaxy S II continuing to dominate the smartphone market following its official unveiling at Mobile World Congress 2011 back in February, the handset’s replacement has been outed with Samsung Galaxy III specifications leaking online.

A Samsung representative is claimed to have revealed the specifications of the company’s next-generation flagship handset kicking off what will no doubt become a long, drawn-out saga of varying Samsung Galaxy S III rumours.

Samsung Galaxy S III specs

Tipped as sporting Google’s next-generation mobile operating system Android Ice Cream Sandwich the Samsung Galaxy S III is reportedly being prepped to play host to a mighty 2GHz Quad-core processor alongside 1.5GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage.

Further upping the impressive specs haul the mooted Samsung Galaxy S III is apparently set to feature a 10-megapixel camera with Full HD 1080p video recording capabilities and a whopping 4.65-inch Super AMOLED 1280 x 1024p resolution display.

Samsung Galaxy S III rumours: The full story

The first Samsung Galaxy S III rumour to cross our paths, these reports are likely to continue for a number of months with any third-generation Galaxy S device unlikely to touch down until next year.

Whilst we must stress that these leaked specs must be taken with a hefty pinch of salt the tech feast on offer posses a tantalising insight into the potential of future smartphones.

T3 has contacted Samsung directly for confirmation or comment on these Samsung Galaxy S III leaks. Stay tuned for further details.

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Via: GeekyGadgets