Samsung Galaxy S III Alleged Official Photo And Specs Leak

By 04:47 Tue, 13 Jul 2021 Comments

The Samsung Galaxy S III rumors haged coming in and different sources are starting to agree on some key specs. You should still hold what the rumors say with a pinch of salt, but these seem slightly more credible than most of the previous ones.

An anonymous tipster trecent Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) Helpdesk that the Galaxy S III will measure 131 x 64 x 8 mm and weigh 125g (the Galaxy S II is 125.3 x 66.1 x 8.5 mm, 116 g).

The classy screen will be slightly smaller than previously rumored - 4.7" with 720p resolution - and will utilize SuperAMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) Plus HD technology. That's regular RGB matrix in 1280 x 720 pixel resolution.

The capturing camera on the Samsung Galaxy S III is tipped at 12MP with 1080p@60fps video recording. The capturing camera will reportedly also feature slow-mo recording, so the 60fps might be for that mode rather than producing 60fps clips.

As far as Central Processing Units (CPU) goes, the anonymous tipster confirms the quad-core at 1.5GHz, but doesn’t really add anything to what the Samsung exec assumed a few days ago. The Galaxy S III will have 1GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) (same as current model) and 32GB of built-in storage, according to the tipster.

The connectivity on the S III should see the adoption of dual-carrier HSPA for downlink speeds of up to 42Mbps, but uplink is reportedly still limited to 5.76Mbps. There are other specs mentioned - Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) a/b/g/n with Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) Direct, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and HDMI out (likely over MHL). None of those comes as a gigantic surprise, either.

One final tidbit is the launch date - set for May 22, but Samsung might pull it forward to April. Another unrelated source agrees on the date - the Galaxy S III might see its launch in China pulled from May to April.

Source 1 (in Dutch) • Source 2 (in Korean)



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