One question crosses the minds of all fans of mobile industry: when will we see, finally, the much anticipated and revered Samsung Galaxy S III? The successor to the Samsung Galaxy S II, the highly successful smartphone, will not be presented during the MWC 2012 in Barcelona, as confirmed by the Korean manufacturer. Apparently, the gestation period of seven months between the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S II at MWC last year and his first U.S. launch with Sprint was too much for Samsung.
The hopes of seeing the impact of a telephone are then invited by Samsung to the media to an event March 22 in France, but once again Samsung has denied the possibility. The producer told The Next Web in France that the event is just one more excuse to show their existing portfolio of smartphones Samsung devices and show further exposed to the MWC for those who could not see them in Barcelona.
The Samsung Galaxy S III, however, should debut in the first half of this year. While nobody knows for sure what the technical specifications of the phone, it seems he will be thinner than its predecessor thanks to the use of components that make up 10% to 20% more compact. All this could be achieved in a phone with a thickness of 7 mm (1.5 mm thinner than the Samsung Galaxy S II) with AMOLED display Super Plus and a quad-core. On the back we find an 8-megapixel camera can shoot video in HD and the phone should have an HDMI output.