New reports have suggested that whilst Samsung dismissed claims that the Galaxy S3 would launch in April, a fairly close release date is still on the table for Samsung, with the device reportedly entering production fairly soon.
The high-end device, which would be the successor to the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S2, is still unconfirmed, however reports are suggesting that the device has either entered production or is entering production very soon, ahead of an offical launch in the next few months.
Eldar Murtzain, industry analyst and tech leak specialist, recently said (via Twitter), “SGS3 finalized and go to production. Preorders from operators/retailers are really highest for all Galaxy line history (finally – ceramic).”
The rumoured specs for the latest and greatest Galaxy S handset appear to be pretty decent with the rumoured inclusion of a 1.5GHz quad-core Samsung Exynos processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Reports and rumours are also suggesting that the Galaxy S3 will sport a 4.8-inch display and a Full HD 1080p resolution, as well as a film friendly 16:9 aspect ratio.
Whilst that’s all we’ve got to go on at the moment, we should hopefully be hearing some official announcement within the next few months.