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Samsung Galaxy S III order page appears online
13 March 2012
But is it guesswork or the real deal?
It has yet to be announced, but one retailer has a listing and indeed, a price for the upcoming Samsung flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S III.
The question is though, is it the real deal? The listing has appeared on a site called Mobile City Online, complete with a specification for the handset. If it is to be believed, the Galaxy S III will offer up a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen with a 1280x720 (720p) resolution, a 12-megapixel camera with touch to focus and single LED flash that's able to record 1080p HD video, a secondary two-megapixel front-facing camera, 16GB of storage (plus microSD slot) and finally, a 1.8GHz Samsung Exynos 4212 quad-core processor.
You can probably throw the Ice Cream Sandwich variation of Android in there too, but it isn't listed. All of that is available, SIM-free, for $799.99 (roughly £510). Theoretically anyway.
It's listed as 'not officially announced yet’ on the spec sheet, with Samsung set to unveil it officially in the coming weeks. So has this particular site got a sneaky peek at the official spec or has it just put together all the rumours about the phone, in the hope of picking up a few pre-orders?
That's not clear. One thing is though – if Samsung did launch an Galaxy S III with this specification, it will certainly be one of the phones to have in 2012. Here's hoping.
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