UPDATE: Samsung Galaxy S III officially launched. Read more here.
After almost a year of rumours, speculations and guesses, the next Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone is ready to meet the world. The Galaxy S III will be making its global debut in London on May 3 at 1900hrs, in Malaysian time, that will be May 4 at 0200hrs in the morning.
At the moment, most of the major hardware details of the device have been revealed. The Galaxy S III will very likely feature a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen with a resolution of 1184×720 pixels. Samsung has confirmed that the it will pack a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos developed in-house by Samsung and its also very likely that the device will also come with 1GB RAM and an 8MP camera.
In terms of specs, the Galaxy S III won’t be a game changer but it’s not what we know about the device that’s making us curious, it’s the many details that we don’t know that has gotten us brimming with anticipation. We’re certainly expecting a lot from Samsung in the software department and the Galaxy S III must produce nothing less than spectacular to live up to the immense hype surrounding its much anticipated launch.
Samsung will be broadcasting the whole event live online at www.thenextgalaxy.com, so make sure you mark your calendars and set your alarm clocks to see for yourselves what innovations the Samsung Galaxy S III will bring and whether it will be enough to give the Apple people at Cupertino sleepless nights.
What are your thoughts? Expecting big things from the next Galaxy?