Posted by Telecom Review | Posted on 14-03-2012 | comments: 0| Posted in
As many of the newest smartphones, Galaxy S III is already available to be pre-ordered online. Some of the prices for the device, like those on the US market are roughly 700-800 US dollars, namely the GT-I9300 model. According to the oline information, the Galaxy S III will have a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen with a 720 x 1280 resolution and pixel density of 319ppl.
The overall size of the Galaxy cannot be properly defined by the few images that appeared online, but some of its special features are in exact numbers. With its Exynos 4212 quad-core 1.8GHz processor, 16GB storage space and 2GB RAM, one can quickly make the diference. The phone also has a 2MP front facing camera, a 12MP rear one and 4G LTE connectivity.
The Galaxy S III will also feature the WiFi, Bluetooth, micro USB and microSD, all this as expected. Weird or not, the NFC is designated as optional. The international call options will be represented by the possible apps for downloading.
The operating system on the Galaxy S III phone is expected to be Google’s Android but the version is not among the certain facts. Perhaps the newest version, known as the Ice Cream Sandwich (or simply Android 4.0) will be the matter. This means that the phone will sport the version 4.0 of Samsung’s TouchWiz interface.
Samsung are not willing to comment any possible speculations about the future phone’s parametres. Right now we can only hope that the options of that smartphone will allow the customers quic kand cheap calls to Japan.