New Samsung Galaxy S III possibly showcased in video

Expected to be officially announced next month at MWC 2012, the Samsung Galaxy S III may have been already showcased by Samsung at CES. How come? Well, in the video presenting the company’s CES Press Conference, a previously unseen handset shows up for a few seconds.

The handset does look like a next-generation Galaxy, as it has a very thin bezel, and a large display. Moreover, this is clearly an Android smartphone (not just a media player or something), as it shows up when Samsung talks about how you can “use the Remote Viewfinder app on your phone to control a camera (Samsung WB850F in this case) from across the room.”

Check out the video below – the alleged Galaxy S III appears at 7:10.

The features that the Samsung Galaxy S III should bring include: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, HD (1280 x 720) Super AMOLED Plus display, quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 12MP rear camera. Keep in mind that the handset seen above may actually not be the S III, but just a concept design. We’ll bring more info on this as soon as we get it.

Via Sammobile

Author: Florin

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  • Anonymous

    Hmm. Wont get my hopes up. That button at the bottom probably wouldnt be there for a next gen device. Im sure Samsung wont include any buttons just so they can further separate themselves from Apple device and avoid future lawsuits regarding handset design.

  • James252550

    This is definitely not the S3, this is just a mockup or possibly the Galaxy Note successor at 5.0 inches. I alsodoubt Samsung would want to jeopardize thehype of thier flagship superphone, rest assured thier 2012 proft of the mobile division rests solely on the S3 and the many different variations of it in different markets and carriers until the S4 is announced.

  • Ageless Male

    This Samsung Galaxy phone has a large 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED
    Touchscreen that helps you view pictures, videos, files and more with
    crystal clear clarity. The TouchWiz UI on the Galaxy note gives you an
    immersive experience.