The Samsung Galaxy S III rumors continue to pile on as we wait for the phone’s official unveiling. According to AsiaE, Samsung has begun the carrier testing of the upcoming flagship in their home base of Korea. The manufacturer is hoping that carriers can wrap up testing in an expedited manner, but the presence of a 4G LTE radio and quad-core processing are making it difficult.
Speaking of hardware components, rumors originating at DDaily claim Samsung is producing the first version of their Super AMOLED Plus display to carry a 720p HD resolution without relying on pentile matrix technology, and it will be found on the Galaxy S III. The screen is said to measure 4.65-inches, much like the Galaxy Nexus, but will sport a Retina display-challeneging pixel density of 316ppi.
Rumors and the word of at least one Samsung exec have suggested an April launch could be possible for the Galaxy S III, but it is looking more likely that May will be the month to watch.
[via The Verge]