According to the insider, Samsung has pushed back the unveiling of the SGSIII so that they can unleash the device simultaneously around the world. That would be a dream really. In the past the Galaxy S flagships have always landed over seas for 3 to 6 months before the U.S. and other countries say their own version. With talk of a global launch all at the same time, they expect to put the device in over 50 “markets or cities” on the same day. While this is really great news for those of us that hate to wait for a new device to finally land in our country, the news gets better. The SGSIII is said to be rolling in with a 4.8-inch screen. While the resolution has yet to be confirmed, we have heard a few things about what we might see. One such rumor is a Super AMOLED Plus HD screen, right along with the edge-to-edge design that kills off the bezel. Just looking at the render included in this article, if Samsung makes it happen, it will look stunning. BGR was also told that the back battery cover would be ceramic this go around instead of the plastic that most people think is cheap feeling.
The rest of the web still has speculations of the Eynos quad-core chip surfacing in the device, Ice Cream Sandwich as the OS and 4G LTE support. There has even been talk of a 12MP camera in the mix. The only thing we can be certain of at this time is that Samsung has a track record of making the next flagship Galaxy S device dramatically better than the previous model. We won’t be all that surprised if many of these rumors are true, or at least very close.
Based just on rumors and the render, what do you think? Are you holding off on the Galaxy Nexus to see what the Galaxy S III will have to offer? As badly as I need a new phone, I am personally holding out for the SGSIII. I think I can make it a little longer with my Vibrant.