Off late, there has been much speculation on blogs and phone sites, and even the teaser that Samsung has released gives nothing away. Shuchi Jain, who uses a Samsung phone, says, “I am using Samsung Galaxy Ace and the phone is really amazing with good features as it is Android enabled, has a 5 Mega pixel camera and Swype text input. The best part about the phone is its style of messages which flows like a conversation. But its battery backup is a bit disappointing”. There are many like Shuchi, who are looking forward to the new Samsung Galaxy S III.
PC World Australia has reported that as far as the processor goes the company would be using its new quad-core 1.4GHZ Exynos 4 Quad. This is the only aspect that a Samsung official has officially confirmed. What the phone, ultimately, will have is keeping everyone guessing and interested, but in a few hours all will be laid to rest after the launch.
What has also been reported, as far tech specifications are concerned, is that the phone might have a 4.8inch Super AMOLED screen, with an expected resolution of 1280x720; and a camera with 12 megapixels. With the popularity of phones being used as a camera, manufacturers are trying in to have a higher mega pixel camera to attract customers. But Jain does not think that the quality of the Samsung cameras is good when compared to that of Nokia or HTC. The phone is also rumoured to be provided with 16 GB internal memory and a microSD card slot too, to woo customers.
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