Samsung still hasn’t made anything official, but we’re fully expecting the Samsung Galaxy S III to touch down at February’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
That’s exactly what Korea’s ETNews is bawling, and it’s also speculating about the, uhm, specs. See what I did there? Sorry.
According to the Korean site, the Samsung Galaxy S III will have a Super AMOLED Plus display, quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) in the captain’s chair.
Interestingly – and I don’t mean that in a good way – ETNews reckons the Samsung Galaxy S III will boast 3D capabilities in some capacity. It’s not clear if there’ll be a 3D variant, or if all Samsung Galalxy S IIIs will be autostereoscopic. Good God.
This isn't the first we've heard of a Samsung Galaxy 3D. It's been pretty quiet on that particular front recently, so we figured the South Koreans had seen sense and ditched their 3D aspirations.
I’ve made my feelings on 3D quite clear, so I’ll be happy if this turns out to be nonsense. Pass the salt, please.
Mobile World Congress 2012 gets underway on February 27, but we figure Samsung will hold a cheeky event the day before, as per tradition.