Another image of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has cropped up online. And, as is the way with such things, appears to pose as many questions as it answers.
The snap, which cropped up on Polish site oPDA.pl before being picked up by Boy Genius Report, depicts a handset that appears to retain the plastic construction of the S2, while dispensing with that kit's front-facing physical home button in favour of screen-mounted pressers.
Frustratingly, the snap only shows the front so it’s not possible to tell if, as rumours suggest, Sammy has opted for a ceramic backplate this time around. Even more irksome, though, is that for reasons known only to the anonymous source who supplied the snap, the screen icons have been deliberately blurred.
What we can discern, however, is that the phone does look to be a larger bit of kit than its predecessor – something that would square with earlier leaks that the phone will rock a reassuringly expansive 4.8-inch display.
The image has surfaced amid a welter of separate speculation over the handset. Apparently due to land in May, other mooted specs include a 12 megapixel camera, a quad-core Exynos processor and a waterproof coating for its innards.