With the Samsung Galaxy S3 expected to be officially unveiled at the company’s eagerly awaited ‘Next Galaxy’ launch event on May 3rd, the new video teaser has suggested a number of the Samsung Galaxy S3 rumours doing the rounds could be on the right lines with a larger display and quad-core processor seemingly tipped for inclusion.
Whilst nothing is confirmed, the wording used within the brief teaser has hinted at a number of design and specs features.
Kicking off with a suggested inclusion of the heavily rumoured new curved backed design, “Where a Galaxy fits perfectly into your hand”, the trailer also hints at a higher resolution display, “Your view of the world grows ever wider”, and the largely expected quad-core processor, “As you gain the power to explore it freely and swiftly.”
Far from the first time the third-generation Galaxy S handset has had its claimed specs splashed across the web, recent rumours, which come courtesy of gadget blog Boy Genius Report, suggested the iPhone 4S rival will land with a 1.5GHz quad-core Samsung Exynos processor and Google’s latest mobile operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Further marking the Samsung Galaxy S3 out as the leader of the smartphone market, the latest reports have suggested the handset will boast a 4.8-inch display with a stunning Full HD 1080p resolution and a film friendly 16:9 aspect ratio.
Elsewhere am unnamed Korean source has suggested the handset will boast a wireless conductive charging option. Although the reports have failed to indicate whether or not the required, and potentially costly, charging base station would come packaged with the handset, it is claimed the upcoming flagship Android handset will be able to restore its power reserves at a distance of 1-2 metres from the charging base.
Originally widely expected to be the showpiece of MWC 2012, just before the Barcelona based show Samsung confirmed that it would hold off the Samsung Galaxy S3 release until later in the year.
“The successor to the GALAXY S II smartphone will be unveiled at a separate Samsung-hosted event in the first half of the year, closer to commercial availability of the product,” an official spokesperson for the Korean tech giant announced.
Since Samsung’s disappointing revelation, the Galaxy S3 launch has become a thing of much speculation with the tech giant earlier this week issuing official event invites to the launch of a “new Galaxy” event for May 3rd, an event widely expected to see the S3 enter the realms of reality.
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