With CES behind us, and Mobile World Congress on the horizon, one of the most anticipated upcoming phones has got to be the Galaxy S III. While the phone hasn’t officially been announced, that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from speculating on when we might see the device. Samsung’s current Galaxy S II has become one of the company’s best selling smartphones worldwide, making a future iteration almost a guarantee. Well, according to Russian tech blogger Eldar Murtazin, the Galaxy S III is indeed coming, and it sounds like every Android-lover’s dream.
Murtazin revealed the Galaxy S III will hit shelves in April, with an announcement set for MWC at the end of February. The device will reportedly come equipped with an HD resolution screen, 1.5GHz-1.6GHz quad-core processor, 12 megapixel camera and Android 4.0. According to the blogger, who reportedly got his hands on the device, the Galaxy S III is fast while maintaining excellent battery life.
As PhoneArena points out, Murtazin is notorious for his hit-or-miss track record. The blogger didn’t say how or where he got his hands on the device, and he doesn’t reveal any sources. Still, the Galaxy S III’s reported spec sheet doesn’t sound all that unbelievable, especially with quad-core technology becoming the next big thing. With that in mind, always take questionable developments such as this with a grain of salt.
We’ll find out soon enough when Mobile World Congress gets underway late next month. Until then, hopefully we’ll get more concrete evidence that the Galaxy S III is on the way.