We all know that the Samsung Galaxy S III is coming, but for some people it might not be soon enough. A new report out of Electronic Times News in South Korea has plenty of new reports regarding the next generation device, including the remarkable thinness of the handset, and a few other key features to help the device stand out.
This year is going to be a competitive year for smartphone manufacturers. Much like every other year, of course, but with high expectations for our new smartphones, this year may prove to be quite the hot bed of activity and competition. The new report says the Galaxy S III will measure in at only 7mm thin, and will feature a quad-core processor of unknown manufacturer under the hood. It will also reportedly feature the same 8MP camera that is in the Galaxy S II, which means that there will be a small “hump” on the back of the device. It will also promote NFC, WiFi, GPS, and an LTE radio. No surprise here, but it will also be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box.
There’s still no word on a release date, so we’ll just have to wait for that. But, from what these new rumors are suggesting, the Galaxy S III will indeed be an impressive device.