The Samsung Galaxy SIII is probably the most anticipated Android smartphone from Samsung and probably all around the Android community. Speculations about SGS III looks and hardware specifications has been made for sometime. Not long ago a concept design reached specialized blogs and forums rising a wave of contradictory discussions leading to new rumors among Samsung fans.
Earlier today, Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin started tweeting that he had received a Samsung Galaxy S III. Eldar was one of the first to confirm that the Galaxy S II had a dual-core processor back in 2010.
Eldar reckons the Samsung Galaxy SIII will run Android 4.0 along with a 1.5-1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 feature a HD Super AMOLED Plus display and include a 12 MP camera. However, it is rumored that there will be 2 different models of the Samsung Galaxy SIII with a dual-core and quad-core variants.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy SIII at MWC in Barcelona, however some doubts remain. The Exynos 5250 (dual-core chip) is not expected to be released until Q2-Q3 of 2012. A release date of April seems highly unlikely but Samsung are known for moving mountains, especially when it comes to their flagship phone.
Update: New rumor says that we will not have the pleasure to see the GALAXY S III at MWC 2012. What do you belive?
source AndroidandMe via PhoneArena