Despite that Samsung Electronics already publicly informed mobile media that a launch event for the SGS III at MWC is out of discussion, though South Korean vendor apparently has plans to release the forthcoming flagship Android smartphone — GALAXY S III on a global scale (over 50 markets at the same time).
According to a trusted source at BGR, Samsung GALAXY S III will feature an extra-large 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD Plus display, likely a Quad-core processor, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE, likely at least a 12MP camera (considering the fact that SGS II already has an 8MP shooter) and instead of the usual glossy, but cheap plastic, we’ve been told the entire back of the smartphone will be made of ceramic. A new interesting approach by Samsung when it comes to design.
Could this be a major change in 2012? Will all future Samsung devices sport a ceramic back cover? Comments down below.