Forums Added for the Samsung Galaxy S III
Unless you have been living under a rock in the past few months, you have undoubtedly heard about the Samsung Galaxy S III. Much rumor and speculation has surrounded the device, and we’ve even written about some of the core components that will comprise the foundation of Samsung’s next generation flagship.
While the full specifications (and possibly different variants) still under debate, one thing is clear: The Galaxy S III will pack an amazing screen, blazing fast processor, and a healthy dose of RAM. And those concerned with form over function need not worry—the Galaxy S III will surely pack all this powerful hardware into a thin and sleek package sure to wake you up (even if that is not their intent).
To get in on the discussion, head over to the Samsung Galaxy S III forums.
[Thanks to Talon26
for the heads up on Samsung’s claimed lack of involvement
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