The Samsung Galaxy S3 will make its debut in just over two weeks, ending a 15-month wait for the successor to the S2.
Sammy’s sure-to-be-huge smartie was originally expected to tip up way back in February at the Mobile World Congress, before the phone-maker postponed the unveiling to enable it to expedite a simultaneous global launch.
The good news today is that a press invite from Samsung confirms that the lengthy wait for the handset is almost over and that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich-toting S3 will be showcased before an expectant tech world on May 3rd.
Specs are still a matter of conjecture right now. But mooted features take in a reassuringly expansive 4.8-inch screen featuring none-more-Sammy Super AMOLED Plus HD technology, a 12 megapixel snapper and a waterproof coating for the phone’s innards.
Rumours suggest it’ll also pack an Exynos quad-core processor to bring it in line with the likes of the LG Optimus 4X and HTC One X and will swap the polarising all-plastic shell of the S2 for a more robust ceramic backplate.
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