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Samsung Galaxy S3 Gets One More Picture Leak

The image of what looks like the Samsung Galaxy S3 has emerged on a website called GSM Helpdesk Netherlands courtesy of a "reliable anonymous source" and with some interesting details regarding its hardware.

The picture looks a lot like the slide from Weber Shandwick - the PR agency for Samsung global - that was published by a Reddit user a few days ago.

It shows the same handset with a black and white colour scheme, a thin bezel, big speaker grills and a launch date scheduled for Tuesday 22nd of May via a live webcast to an Unpacked event.

The source also said that the device would have a 12-megapixel camera with full HD video recording at 60 fps, a 1.3-megapixel camera with 720p video capabilities, a 4.7-inch 1,280 by 720 pixels Super AMOLED HD display, a 1750mAh battery, 8mm thick, weighing 125g, powered by a quad core processor clocked at 1.5GHz with 1GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage.

Other rumoured features include Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi, a microUSB port, HDMI out, WiFi direct and DLNA compatibility, download speeds of up to 42Mbps (4G/LTE?) and Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

The next launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S3 is now set to be the 22nd of May in London according to the latest rumour (although April was also mentioned).

Others include a leaked picture of the S3 courtesy of Reddit, the fact that the S3 will come with wireless charging, with a ceramic case, a quad core processor from Samsung (rather than from competitors) and a 4.8-inch full HD display.

The S3 could be the reason why the price of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has fallendown so quickly and why Samsung decided to can the 32GB version of the device.

Source : GSMHelpDesk

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