Is this the Samsung Galaxy S III ?.. apparently it is! (UPDATE)

By: t-marco March 17th, 2012

Everything looks like May 22th will be the day that Samsung will reveal the new Galaxy S III. According with this screenshot from webershandwick, a company witch has worked with SAMSUNG  for a while, shows clearly the most real SGSIII design.

The design is unlike the first two Galaxy S phones. The display has five icons on the screen near the bottom. The presence of the camera shutter button. Those are a few of point you have to consider before saying this photo is real.


Well, the first leaked picture what apparently seams to be the SGS III. it has a 4.7-inch screel, a ceramic backplate ,  Stock and TouchWiz launcher,  a quad-core Exynos  4412 SoC, Super AMOLED Plus HD screen, 12-megapixel camera, 2,250mAh battery and 8t milimeters in thickness. Here’s the image:


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