Saturday, April 21, 2012

  Samsung's most discussed trump card in the world of mobile devices has lost. Before letting the device to be unveiling officially on 3rd May at London, Tinhte, a Vietnamese website that has previous records to leak unannounced devices Has Published A Video Which Caught Samsung Galaxy S3 In A Terrible Moment. 



 There is needless to describe Samsung Galaxy S3 now because it has become famous in Tech world through it's rumorful time after saying that such a device is coming. Here comes the list of Specifications and Features which has been gathered from mentioned video.

  • 1.4 GHz Quad Core Processor
  • 8 Megapixel Camera
  • NFC Support
  • 16 GB Inbuilt Memory
  • 720*1184 Screen Resolution With 320 dpi
  • 2050 mAh Battery
  • Android v4.0.3 - Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 1GB of RAM

 And of course images of Samsung Galaxy S3 has been published with this video. According to the data gained by this leaked video, Samsung Galaxy S3 hasn't acquired much more details than Galaxy S2. Hope Samsung will add more polishing touches when the device is ready to launch officially (Now the official launch will be not much surprising since the specs and images are here.) Images And Videos Of Samsung Galaxy S3 Is Shown Below.











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 Update: Yesterday too, The Vietnamese website had turned the video to private and it was no longer available. and so we had added here the video that has been saved and published by own Engadget. But apparently Engadget has received a legal request to remove the video from their site. Tim Stevens, Engadget's Editor-in-Chief tweeted;

     "So we just got a legal request to pull the video from our GSIII post... That might just tell you something"

 It is still not clear that the device featured in the video is Samsung Galaxy S3 or just a fake device. But these legal movements are showing the presence of Samsung Galaxy S3 in that video. Whatever we want to know about Samsung Galaxy  S3, we must wait till coming May 3rd.

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(Courtesy ; Video: Engadget, Images: droidmatters)
The article was expected to be published yesterday evening. But some technical problems caused this delay. Sorry for the inconvenience