You must have heard about the upcoming successor of Samsung Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III which was reported to break 10 million units pre-ordered over the, do you think it is true?

Despite five months of effort from Samsung previously in order to sell 10 million units of its Galaxy S II smartphones, indicating a good respond from the global mobile phone market for this particular smartphone from Samsung.

A bit of info from Ivan Ilchenko, person who created the Samsung Galaxy S III’s image rendering as appeared above, Galaxy S III is an Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 smartphone that has been reported to carry a code name of GT-I9300 and rumored to carry a price tag of USD799.


According to Ivan Ilchenko, the new Galaxy S III will have a 5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, with capable to run on both Android 4.0 and Bada OS.

32GB/64GB internal storage and support for a microSDXC card slot, a stylus, 4G LTE support, NFC and even USB 3.0.

The 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus display will offer up to 720×1280 pixels resolution, while at the core, Samsung Galaxy S III will be powered by Exynos’s 4212 Quad Core 1.8 GHz processor with TouchWiz 5 as its UI of choice and a 16GB of RAM.

Other mentioned features including 12 MP rear, 2 MP front cameras, microSDXC card slot, stylus, supports for 4G LTE connectivity, NFC as well as USB3.0. It would be amazing if smartphone with above specs could really exists, don’t you agree?

[ Source: Ubergizmo ; IBTimes ; Samsung Galaxy S ]