Samsung Galaxy S3 Event: March 22nd release denied
Samsung has spoken out on the claimed March 22nd Samsung Galaxy S3 release. tells T3 it "has nothing to do with any new launches"
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Samsung has denied claims that it will officially unveil the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 during a French based media event on March 22nd.
Having previously revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S3 release would not take place at MWC later this month, a number of reports yesterday suggested that the recently issued invites to a French media event would see the next-gen Android handset unveiled.
Refuting these reports, an official Samsung spokesperson has told T3: “This is a media open day event in France which happens twice a year. [It] has nothing to do with any new launches.”
Samsung Galaxy S3 Rumours
Whilst nothing is yet confirmed a number of recent leaked reports have suggested the Samsung Galaxy S3 will land with a minimalist 7mm form factor as well as a bevy of high-end specs including a 4.65-inch rendition of the company’s now trademark HD Super AMOLED display with a stunning 1280 x 720p resolution.
Other expected Samsung Galaxy S3 specs that have been doing the rounds ahead of the handset’s unveiling include 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a hefty 12-megapixel rear-mounted camera with the now customary 1080p Full HD video recording capabilities. A 2GHz dual-core processor has also been tipped for inclusion.
Much like the current Motorola RAZR, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of a number of handsets rumoured to be adding a nano tech coating in the form of the recently unveiled Liquipel that will see the device able to withstand the odd toilet drop or drink spill.
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