Galaxy S III to be 7mm thick, arrive in May (Rumor)

Galaxy S III to be 7mm thick, arrive in May (Rumor)

Let’s kick the week off with a couple of new Samsung Galaxy S III rumors, shall we?  The latest details to hit the internet come from Korean website etnews (translate) and deal with arrival time frame and overall thickness.  According to their sources the GSIII should offer a chassis that is 7mm thick and arrive in May 2012.  Neither sounds too outlandish to us at this point, match up with previous rumors, and both would be welcome.  Additional details include an 8-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, quad-core procesor, LTE support, and Ice Cream Sandwich. The article also tells that despite other failed attempts, Samsung plans to offer their own 3D smartphone later in the year.


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  1. dvdrip
    February 07, 03:11 Reply

    That is great, I do look forward to getting a new Galaxy, it is the most expecting one better than iPhone.

  2. Adam Lee Rogers
    February 07, 11:55 Reply

    Why are companies going for the thinnest! What is the difference between one or two mm in the pocket! They need to focus on the complete consumer experience! Android is great, the strength in the openness. It allows a level of customisation never seen before. Play on that and tailor the experience!

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