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Samsung Galaxy S III specs leaked
21 March 2012
Latest Galaxy S III leak promises HD Super-Amoled display and 12MP camera.
Another day, another 'official press photo' of Samsung's Galaxy S III.This time, it's emerged courtesy of GSM Helpdesk Nederland and is very similar to the image we told you about at the start of the week.
It shows the same two-tone chassis and thin bezel, as well as displaying the same launch date of Tuesday 22nd May on the screen.Minor differences appearto be the addition of what look like touch-sensitive buttons either side of the home key as well as a suggestion of the Gingerbread OS - Monday's image eluded to the anticipated Android 4.0.
In addition to the image the site is claiming to have specifications for the S III,including the 1.5GHz quad-core processor we confirmed yesterday.It's also reporting a 4.7-inch Super Amoled HD screen with 720x1280 resolution and a 12MP camera with a LED flash.If the details prove correct, the Galaxy S III will have vital stats of 131x64x8mm and will top the scales at 125 grams.
Source: GSM Helpdesk Nederland
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