Friday, April 20, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III test unit leaked

Yesterday there was a leaked image about the device, but the guys from got their hands on just that device and shot an informative video that reveals a lot about the phone. The design shown in the video is not the final design. All the hardware is packed in a box to let the carriers test it. This was done to prevent any leaks of what the final device will look like. The hardware should be identical to the retail version and the video shows Android System Info running on the phone, so it reveals several key specs. The first is a Samsung-made quad-core processor running at 1.4GHz, a Mali-400MP GPU (same as on the current Galaxy S II) and a screen with 320ppi pixel density (720 by 1184). The screen has 720p resolution, which works out to a 4.6" or a 4.65"  diagonal with the quoted density. Part of the screen is reserved for ICS-style on-screen controls, These also confirms the 5 buttons which are on the phone (3 on screen 2 capacitive), furthermore it still lacks the physical home button the rumors suggest. The screen would most probably be a Super AMOLED device, though it is not confirmed it can either be a plus or a HD or just standard AMOLED. At the back of the device reveals a microSD card slot to expand the 16GB of built-in memory, next to the SD card slot is a SIM slot of about the same size, so the Galaxy S III should be using the microSIM standard. The battery has an ample 2050mAh capacity and the phone will support NFC connectivity.The camera interface on the Samsung Galaxy S III reports a maximum resolution of 8MP and not 12MP as earlier rumors suggested. This could be just a software limitation, but there's no way to know for sure, at least until the official announcement comes. All this will be settled when the Galaxy S III Successor is revealed.
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