Thanks to Galaxy S and S II which have created a base for a big popularity of Galaxy S III and success of Galaxy S line is evident clearly with the fact that latest Nexus phone was given to Samsung. With Mobile World Congress is just a month away it’s expected that we would see a movement from the Korean giant and no other event would be right place for the big launch of this handset.
Oflate there has been a lot of rumours concerned about the upcoming Galaxy S III phone and we have earlier tipped with the rumoured specifications of this handset, leaked sample photo. Expected that Galaxy S III will be the base of the upcoming Galaxy S line of handset which will arrive in the near future and mostly it will not try to do anything fancy then maintain the makeover from the existing Galaxy phone. The Galaxy S II is a big hit along with Galaxy Note too. So something which is intermediate of Galaxy Note and S II will be highly expected from the users but not 5.3 inches big in size. Samsung would be now clear that they will not give any chance which is considered as copyright against them.
However we are hearing more of Galaxy S III now and this time it’s confirmed by the Samsung executive that Galaxy S III is still under review and that almost confirms that there is no announcement as such as of now. A photo has been spotted on the Samsung UAE site and Samsung Canada website showing the new handset showing the drop down list among the Smartphone handset. As we know that Galaxy S III will be having the Samsung device name as GT I 9300 and its now clearly visible at few of the Samsung country based sites. But when you click on the device you find no results. So does that mean that it’s just the point of start for Samsung to talk about Galaxy S III handset?
It’s highly seen that Samsung is looking for the upcoming successor of Galaxy S line handset as the current sales of Galaxy S II are mulling over to bring the anticipated handset in the market. Stay updated for the upcoming talks of the Galaxy S III handset as it happens on Android Advices.