There have been plenty of rumors leading up to Samsung's announcement of its next superphone, the successor to the Galaxy S II. Our own sources inform us it'll feature a quad-core processor that delivers 'superlative' benchmark results, while a recent Amazon listing suggests a 4.7-inch display and 12-megapixel camera will be part of the equation as well. The launch event is scheduled for May 3rd in London, and we'll be there live.
The Verge has received pictures that seem to be of the T-Mobile USA variant of Samsung's Galaxy S III.
Several recent rumors seem to indicate that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be arriving in North America on June 20th, with the Galaxy Note and two MyTouch devices from Huawei possibly coming to T-Mobile on July 11th.
Samsung's GT i9300, more popularly known as the Galaxy S III, will be released in Europe on May 29th, and in preparation for that long-anticipated moment, the company has today uploaded its manual online.
Samsung's information signup page for the Galaxy S III suggests that a wide variety of American carriers will receive the phone in the coming months.
Sources are telling us that Sprint will offer a version of Samsung's Galaxy S III.
Samsung has announced its Galaxy S III smartphone.
An unnamed Samsung executive has reportedly stated that the US version of Samsung's Galaxy S III will not use the 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad processor, instead opting for Qualcomm silicon.
Samsung has played it coy so far about the name of its "next Galaxy," but a company executive let it slip at the tail end of its Q1 2012 earnings call today: it's the Galaxy S III.
Samsung reported Q1 2012 earnings of 45.27 trillion won in sales and 5.85 trillion won in operating profit.
Samsung apparently couldn't wait for it's big 'Next Galaxy' announcement to give us the detail on the chip that will power it. Dubbed the "Exynos 4 Quad," the chip will run at 1.4GHz per core and is based on the ARM Coretex A9. Samsung is touting the 32nm High-k Metal Gate technology, power management, and per-core dynamic voltage and frequency scaling. Most importantly for those waiting for the Galaxy SIII, Samsung has also let loose that it will be used on the next Galaxy smartphone
The dummy body for the Samsung Galaxy SIII has leaked again, this time showing that Samsung has customized the Android menu button for Ice Cream Sandwich.
The description of Samsung's Unpacked Mobile 2012 app includes references to "galaxy" and "s3." The references look like tags and not part of the actual app description, falling short of a definitive name announcement from the company.
Samsung has released a full-length teaser trailer for its upcoming Samsung Unpacked event.
Samsung's preparing to unveil its first teaser for the hotly-anticipated successor to its Galaxy S II smartphone. A tweet from the company's mobile division points readers to the charmingly titled tgeltaayehxnx website — an anagram for "the next galaxy" — where a countdown is teasing "the next step in."
Vietnamese site Tinhte has leaked a Samsung device named the GT-i9300, which could be a test candidate the next generation Galaxy S device.
Galaxy S II successor to have quad-core processor with 'superlative' benchmarks, will be shown on May 3rd
The Verge has learned that Samsung's flagship phone and successor to the Galaxy S II will definitely be shown on May 3rd, featuring a quad-core processor with class-leading performance.
Galaxy S III: latest alleged leak not accurate, name still unconfirmed; tightest security 'ever' for a Samsung launch
The Verge has learned that no leaks of Samsung's long-rumored Galaxy S III have been accurate thus far.
The Galaxy S III, though it's not being called that by Samsung, will be launching on the third of May this year at a Samsung Unpacked event in London.
Pantech is said to be releasing the Vega Racer 2 phone in South Korea as early as the end of this month. The phone will reportedly feature a 4.8-inch 720p LCD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC, LTE, and "the world's first" ceramic case.
Rumors out of Korea are suggesting that Samsung's fabled Galaxy S III will have a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with 1280 x 800 resolution, and that the phone is in carrier testing already.
Galaxy S3 leaked for a second time
Multiple reports out of Korea today cite Samsung Greater China President Kim Young-Ha as saying that the launch of the company's next Android flagship phone, the Galaxy S III, will be moved up by a month, from May to April.
Samsung's Galaxy S III may come with built-in inductive charging, according to a rumor from Korea's DDaily.