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Samsung Galaxy S III Leaked Specs

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Shocky, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. xtop

    xtop Android Enthusiast

    how are the 2 related in any way?
     


  2. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Android Expert

    Really? I guess you don't know much about the rivalry. Where 1 is, the other is not far behind.
     
  3. xtop

    xtop Android Enthusiast

    a tablet from apple and a phone from samsung have nothing to do with each other
     
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  4. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Android Expert

    Sure they do, but your to short sided to see why.

    So here.. let this give you a taste of the answer why

    "Seeing that Apple went with their A5X chip (dual-core A9) in their new iPad, it makes even more sense that Samsung would make an effort to one up their rival. Now every time a month passes and we hear nothing official about the Galaxy S III, it increases the chances they are going with Exynos 5250."

    Did you see that?
     
  5. xtop

    xtop Android Enthusiast

    you're* too*

    yes, because when when you compare your galaxy s 2 smartphone with other phones, you also include the ipad. :rolleyes:

    i suppose when i'm out tv shopping i should check out the computer monitor's too yeah?
     
  6. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Android Expert

    Impressive that your still missing the point. Ah well.... maybe next time.
     
  7. xtop

    xtop Android Enthusiast

    i'm listening if you'd like to explain it to me. what apple does with their ipad has nothing to do with what anyone does with their smartphone. but since i'm missing the point, enlighten me :)
     
  8. AppsRUs

    AppsRUs Well-Known Member

    I currently have the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (LTE). If this comes to Verizon I will be selling it for this. If it doesn't come to Verizon, I have the option of terminating the contract because our service is horrendous and there are no termination fees. I'll be keeping my eye on this. If any of these leaked rumors/ specs hold a torch to the real thing its worth jumping ship.

    I've heard so many great reviews about the Samsung Galaxy S II. While the Galaxy Nexus is great, it doesn't seem to be competing, and I grow tired of Verizon always missing the boat with these phones.
     
  9. Android26

    Android26 Android Enthusiast

    I hope the SGS3 has a 4.6" SAMOLED Plus HD screen, a battery that's well into the 2000 mAh range, a single physical home button, Ice Cream Sandwich with a nicely overhauled TouchWiz interface, also quad core sounds delicious, a 12MPx rear camera with flash, a front facing camera that doesn't stink, data connection capable of 4G speeds, voice command that feels modern, and 32GB on board storage with 2 GB of RAM. All that would be amazing!

    HOWEVER, my biggest hope is that the phone is NOT majority plastic. All the sexy specs I just listed would be somewhat diminished if they were found in a cheap looking, and cheap feeling device. Even though I'm a big Samsung supporter, I've always been a little turned off by their love for low quality plastic on high end devices.
     
  10. Shocky

    Shocky Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    I really like the textured plastic on the back of the Galaxy S II, it's hard to scratch.

    Metal backs tend to scratch allot easier, my Transformer Prime for example has an aluminium back, got scratches on the back within a week of using it but none on the first transformer after months of use because it's plastic.

    Be careful what you wish for.
     
  11. Android26

    Android26 Android Enthusiast

    I see what you're saying, but its even harder to look at.

    Glad you brought that tablet up; I actually love the design of the Transformer Prime, materials and all. And my Samsung Captivate (which I've had since '10) has zero scratches on any of the metal. Its actually the little bit of plastic used that's scratched up.

    I guess it depends on who you are, but my opinion still stands. I don't want a cheap looking/feeling phone that cost me $250+
     
  12. Shocky

    Shocky Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    I'm more interested in durability and performance than how the product looks.

    The back panel on the Prime also effects wifi and gps performance.
     
  13. compilation

    compilation Lurker

    I am not sure about Dual Core. In any case, SGS 3 will finally be revealed in May.
    Waiting for it to come.

    ________________
    Death and Choclate.
     
  14. bdclary

    bdclary Member

    Won't happen. Too similar to the iPhone, and Apple has sued for much lesser similarities.

    I agree, though. I think the one home button layout is the most practical.
     
  15. photon00

    photon00 Well-Known Member

    Hmm, what do reckon. Real or fake:

    Are These the First Photos of the Samsung Galaxy SIII?
     
  16. xtop

    xtop Android Enthusiast

    yeah, that would never happen!

    [​IMG]
     
  17. ab30494

    ab30494 Well-Known Member

    Which I think is dumb.

    They shouldn't be able to sue unless Samsung's home button was round with a square in it.

    And shouldn't be able to sue about software unless the code is the exact same.
     
  18. spridell

    spridell Android Enthusiast

  19. bdclary

    bdclary Member

  20. bdclary

    bdclary Member

    Is this a "render" of what the SGIII will look like?

    If I recall correctly, the international version of the SGII has a centered home button, but also has a capacitive button on either side, right?

    Is there or has there been an Android phone with only a single, centered, physical home button?
     
  21. jinwons

    jinwons Android Expert

    That's just picture of international SGSII that I probably saw million times since its announcement at MWC last year. Look closer at it, you can see menu, back button on the left/right of home button.
     
  22. Wolfedude88

    Wolfedude88 Android Expert

    yeah i had the international gs2 and the mebu and back button are harder to see but there still think it ia a great phone and miss it. Waiting on gs3, htc one x, or galaxy note.
     
  23. xtop

    xtop Android Enthusiast

    nope its the s2. just pointing out that a single home button has already been done :)
     

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