Samsung Galaxy S3 Release Date Rumor

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Samsung Galaxy S3 release date news:

With the ongoing success of the Samsung Galaxy S2, it appears that the South Korean tech giant could be rolling out a new version of the successful Galaxy series next year, with the Samsung Galaxy S III rumored to perhaps make a show as early as February at the Mobile World Congress in Spain. This was the very same congress and date last year that the Samsung S2 was revealed.

Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S3

So what might be included as an update in the new Samsung Galaxy smartphone?

Rumor mills have suggested that the following may be included in terms of hardware:


  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
  • 4.6″ 1280×720 Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen.
  • New quad-core processor, Exynos 4412.
  • 2GB of RAM.
  • 12MP camera.
  • New quad-core processor, Exynos 4412.


All I personally hope, is that they ensure that all this potential power is delivered with a battery that can last on a full days charge, or go and take a look at our suggestions for improving smartphone battery life!

Could the new Samsung S3 be 3D enabled and compatible with Samsung 3D televisions?

Now this could be quite amazing if true, and would be a rival to the current LG Optimus 3D and HTC Evo 3D.

Though there is some talk that a separate model could be released with 3D appended in its title e.g Samsung Galaxy S3 3D perhaps?

And if it worked well, I may, just may, forgive Samsung if the battery only lasts ten minutes on a full charge.

The reason being is that 3D as a technology, while largely overrated in my opinion for many things, is still astounding to think that it may be commonplace as a capturing medium on your mobile phone.

And while this unfortunately will not save lives, is somewhat of an achievement technologically in the grand scheme of tech!

So what are your hopes for the Samsung Galaxy S3, are there major improvements you can think of that should perhaps be considered, and if so, what are they?

Your thoughts are as always very welcome.

Anthony Munns