Ladies and gentlemen, we’d like to officially introduce you to the Samsung Galaxy S III. If the design of the handset looks a bit uninspired, that’s because test units of the Samsung Galaxy S III have all been built inside a temporary shell meant to disguise the phone and keep the final design of the handset a mystery until it is finally unveiled on May 3rd in London.
According to Tinhte (a Vietnamese technology blog), the specs in the handset pictured above match those of the Samsung GT-i9300 which surfaced recently. There is no guarantee that the Samsung Galaxy S III will ship with the specs listed below, but they do appear to be more reasonable than some of the more outlandish spec rumors we have heard in the past.
- 4.6-inch SuperAMOLED 720p display (320 DPI)
- 1.4GHz quad-core processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 16GB of internal storage and microSD card slot
- 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and 1080 video capture
- 2,050 mAh battery
- NFC radio integration
- Android 4.0.3 with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI
For a closer look that the Samsung Galaxy S III (or whatever the handset will eventually be named), check out the embedded video and image gallery.
Since Samsung has been so secretive about the Galaxy S III, we are not willing to claim that any of the specs or images here will match up with what the handset will actually ship with. We love all the rumors and leaked pictures, but we honestly can’t wait to see what Samsung unveils on May 3rd in London. Does the Samsung Galaxy S III spec sheet live up to your expectations? What rumored specs do you still hope will be included once the handset is unveiled?