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Samsung Galaxy S3, could this picture really be it?


Samsung Galaxy S3?
Samsung Galaxy S3

The rumour mill is spinning ever faster as the anticipated launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3 gets closer. The latest tibit, though, appears to be more than just a titbit. Dutch site, gsmhelpdesk.nl has apparently got reliable information regarding the new phone's specs and even got a new picture of the handset, which looks just like the more recent previous snaps we've seen.

Looking at the new picture, it appears to be a slim and smart handset with, in this case, a white body and Chrome detailing round the edges. Arguably it looks about as generic a handset as you can get, and again pays homage to the white iPhone. However, as it's a rendered image we can't tell anything about the quality of the screen or the finish of the handset, so conclusions on style are limited.

Samsung Galaxy S3

Of perhaps more interest, though, are the comprehensive specs the site's source provides.

As well as seemingly confirming the screen will be a 4.7in Super Plus HD AMOLED model with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, and that the processor will be a 1.5GHz quad-core, we've got dimensions, battery capacity and a bunch of camera details too.

Those dimensions are reportedly 131 x 64 x 8mm with a weight of 125g - slim and surprisingly lightweight, just like the Samsung Galaxy S 2. And as for the camera, as well as packing in 12 megapixels, an LED flash and 1080p video recording, it will also apparently have slow-motion and time lapse modes - helped out by a 60fps recording ability. A 1.3megzpixel front facing camera is also expected.

As to the battery, it's a step up from previous gen models, at 1750mAh, but isn't setting any new records so we've limited hopes for an extra long battery life.

For more details, we've rounded up everything we know so far in our Samsung Galaxy S3 product page.

Excited by how the Samsung Galaxy S3 is shaping up or is your enthusiasm waning? Let us know in the comments.


Via: http://www.pocket-lint.com/

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