Samsung Galaxy S III Pops Up on Samsung Support Site
Although it was previously announced that it is unlikely that the new device from Samsung is presented at the World Mobile Congress next month, the information that has been leaking make us think otherwise, and now Samsung shows the Galaxy S III listed in the Global Download Center.
The model shown is listed as GT-I9300 and the curious thing about this is that download center includes all models of the company. Maybe they have already the release date, as some argue that the release of this device deserves it´s own event but the date remains uncertain.
Some previously leaked information about possible specifications says it will have a 4.6 inches AMOLED screen HD, Exynos 4212 processor dual-core 1.8GHz, 2GB of RAM and a camera 12MPX.
However, only time will tell us when they will announce their final characteristics and release date, meanwhile we have to wait and hopefully Samsung exceed our expectations.
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