We won't try to hide our feelings here: we quite simply cannot wait to get our mitts on the Samsung Galaxy S III (May 29th feels like a LIFETIME away).
But if you thought the specs looked pretty impressive when it was launched a couple of weeks ago, what about the Japanese? Apparently when Samsung's latest flagship lands there, it'll have a RAM boost up to 2GB.
According to NTT DoCoMo - which will be the network of choice - the model number will be SC-06D and it'll land in June. Other bits will be the same - for example, the same Exynos quad-core processor, the 32GB of internal storage (which can only be gotten on Vodafone right now in the UK) and the 8MP camera.
It's not a massive surprise of course - we all know how advanced technology is in Japan so to have Samsung bump this RAM up to compete with other handsets isn't a massive surprise.
Nor is the fact that the phone will be coming in different flavours. Foe example, the US will get its own 4G LTE variant.
What do you guys reckon of the Galaxy S III? We know Lewis was suitably unimpressed and even went as far as to pen a little piece on how disappointed he was. And lots of the reviews online seem to run with an undercurrent of 'meh' throughout.
And what about LG and the Optimus 4X HD? That could be just as good but lack the sparkle of Samsung's now well-established marketing machine. Which would you go for (if either)? Let us know below.
Via Unwired View