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New leak shows alleged image of Samsung Galaxy S III; specs include quad-core Exynos processor

0. phoneArena 18 Mar 2012, 12:43 posted on

Another day, another alleged leak of the Samsung Galaxy S III from someone who left an image supposedly of the most anticipated phone this side of the Apple iPhone 5; according to the source, the device will have a quad-core Exynos processor under the hood...

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posted on 20 Mar 2012, 01:49

61. intelwild (Posts: 1; Member since: 20 Mar 2012)

I have an HTC Evo and love it and use an extended battery and can't live without it! I can go 48 hours easy with little to moderate use being around 30 hours on a single charge. It troubles me that the new Motorola Razor Maxx and soon to come out HTC One X having built-in batteries. This is a no go for me, no matter how good the phone is. I don't want Android phones turning into i-phones. This new Samsung 3 looks great. Do these things and the phone would be king. #1-thicker-longer lasting battery (something in the area of 2250-3,000), good 720 hd display, wireless charging 1-2 meters from the base (requiring nothing else), quad core 1.5 and up, and a nice shutter free 8 plus megapixel camera with plenty of storage space and I will buy in a minute :)

posted on 21 Mar 2012, 06:40

62. jamvts (Posts: 14; Member since: 27 Jan 2012)

Please no..... not this

2250MAH is sick i was expecting something close to 4000 after the razr maxx
plus we want a world phone GSM/CDMA (most awaited feature for us)
all aluminium unibody something better than asus/apple offering (s2 does feel quite cheap in comparison)

if possible do include the note stylus feature and an infrared sensor with remote learning feature like in sony tablet s or better

it just doesnt matter even if u make it 1mm thicker than s2 ....it will be more comfortable to hold afterall

dont make it a 4s launch like....sad

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