Samsung Unveils Galaxy S III and Galaxy S 3D
Galaxy S III will be run on quad-core processor to match their rivals.
Samsung will reportedly introduce a smartphone successor to Galaxy S II, the Galaxy S III. Not only that, Samsung will also begin production of irst smartphones that use the 3-dimensional (3D) named Galaxy S 3D.
According ETNews, South Korea site origin, the two smartphones that will be introduced at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain, in February 2012.
For the Galaxy S III, ETNews reported that the smartphone will be equipped with quad-core processors (four core) 1.8 GHz. This was done to match Samsung’s Taiwanese vendors, HTC, which plans to introduce several Android smartphone that also uses quad-core processors, ie, Edge and Zeta.
Rumors last mentioned, the processor in the Galaxy S III will use a processor Exynos 4412 (rumor) ARM-based quad-core Cortex A9.
As quoted from unwiredview.com, Galaxy S III will have an AMOLED screen Super Plus with HD quality (1280 x 720), supporting LTE. In addition, Galaxy S III will be equipped with a 12 MP camera and 2 GB of RAM.
As for Galaxy S 3D will be equipped with a camera capable of taking 3D images and 3D video recording. 3D content can also be integrated into the 3D television technology. Reportedly, Galaxy S 3D will be launched in the second quarter of 2012.
In early 2011 ago, South Korean electronics company also introduced the Galaxy S II at the Mobile World Congress. Whether in the year 2012 Samsung will provide a surprise on the same event? Just wait on the game!
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