While we’re now pretty certain that the Samsung Galaxy S III will not be seen at the upcoming Mobile World Congress even in Barcelona, rumours are starting to circulate about a late April/early May release.
Whether or not the news is true is anyone’s guess right now, but it certainly doesn’t seem too far-fetched. Although it’s true that Samsung did recently release the Galaxy Nexus, it’d be within past trends for Samsung to not consider that as a suitable flagship device and roll out a more specifically Samsung-branded Galaxy S II sometime soon.
So far we’re hearing a lot of unsubstantiated predictions as regards to the Galaxy S III’s specs. Some of the more believable ones include a quad-core CPU, a larger screen (around 4.5 or 4.7 inches), Ice Cream Sandwich, an improved camera and an ultra-thin 7mm profile.
There’s also been a lot of talk about the display going almost all the way to the edge of the device. This would definitely be something we’d be keen to see, as it makes a remarkable impression on a handset’s aesthetic appeal.
We’ll definitely keep all of you updated with news about the Samsung Galaxy S III, so stay tuned to this spot if you want to get the news as it’s made available.