Claimed Samsung Galaxy S3 picture shows off 4.8-inch display
30th Apr 2012 | 14:20
Samsung's third-generation Galaxy S handset leaks once again with a new design
With the Samsung Galaxy S3 launch event expected to take place later this week newly outed claimed Samsung Galaxy S3 pictures have hit the web showcase a new potential 4.8-inch form factor.
The latest claimed Samsung Galaxy S3 image to do the rounds shows a handset largely similar to the currently available Samsung Galaxy Nexus, with a rounded-edged design measuring up at a hefty 4.8-inches in size next to a handy ruler.
Tipped to be heading for release in the coming weeks as Samsung’s next-generation flagship Android handset, the presumably Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich packeing Samsung Galaxy S3 has appeared online with a flurry of new design features that are expected to protect against further patent infringement lawsuits with bitter rival Apple.
Far from confirmed, the latest claimed Samsung Galaxy S3 leaks follow a flurry of premature outings that have seen the much mooted S2 follow on taking on a variety of different forms.
Samsung Galaxy S3 Rumours
Far from the first time the third-generation Galaxy S handset has been rumoured and had its claimed specs and aesthetics splashed across the web, previous reports have 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.
Set to touch down in the first half of the year, a number of rumours suggesting the Samsung Galaxy S3 release date had been lined up for April have since been quashed by the Korean based tech behemoth.
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