As you are no doubt aware, the Korean based manufacturer is expected to introduce the most eagerly awaited smartphone of the year to date, the Samsung Galaxy S III, on May 3rd. You know how important this announcement is judging from the number of different sources who have come out to spill the beans on the specs of the device. Speculation about the sequel to the wildly popular Samsung Galaxy S II started all the way back last September. Back then, there was talk of a 4.65 inch Super AMOLED III screen with pixel density of 352 ppi. 1.5GB of RAM was expected along with as 10MP camera and a 2250mAh battery.
Earlier this month, the speculation was that the Samsung Galaxy S III would offer a 4.65 inch Super AMOLED display, the first of its kind to use RGB technology. The latest word is that the Samsung Galaxy S III is just an incremental update to the previous model, similar to the Apple iPhone 4S and the Apple iPhone 4. In fact, it might be introduced with a completely different name.
source: Samsung, GooglePlayStores