Samsung Galaxy S III Caught On Video In Vietnam, Real?
We’ve been seen various photos of the Samsung’s highly-anticipated Galaxy S III device which were concepts, or told to be leaked, but today the disguised prototype of Galaxy S3 has been caught in the wild. Now, courtesy of a Vietnamese site, the world may finally be taking its first glimpse at the sought-after device. Far from the blurry, chopped up images we’ve become somewhat accustomed to, the video shows a fully-operative, unspecified device, which is claimed to be the Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
Apparently confirming the talk of a quadcore 1.4GHz processor and a 4.6-inch screen running at 1280 x 720, the Galaxy S III leaked to Tinhte is clad in a temporary disguise so as to prevent all of Samsung’s aesthetic secrets from leaking. As confirmed recently, the official unveiling will take place at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event on May 3rd in London – host of this year’s Olympic Games.
The site notes the device being waved in the video is indeed the GT-I9300 which, unless Samsung decides to do an Apple and deviate from the naming structure, we’ll assume will be called the Samsung Galaxy S III.
It’s said to house a NFC-equipped 2,050mAh battery, which will include NFC capabilities like the Galaxy Nexus. It is said to include 1GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera (not the 12 megapixels rumored), as well as 16GB of on-board storage. though this new leak also confirms 1GB of RAM.
Samsung is expected to officially announce the Galaxy S III – or whatever the latest Android flagship is called – at London event on May 3. Grabi will be updated all the event news and mockups soon!