Okay, we’ve seen the leaked pics, we’ve heard the rumors from insiders, now comes the time we get to actually take a look at a Galaxy S III prototype on video. Keep in mind, Samsung has gone the extra mile when it comes to security on the Galaxy S III, housing it in a sort of generic casing that, while admittedly pretty bland, is not representative of the final product. Let’s hope Samsung still has an ace up their sleeve when it comes down to debuting the device on May 3rd in London.
The video does show off a few specs of the device, namely the quad-core 1.4 GHz Exynos processor with Mali 400 GPU, 1GB of RAM, 8MP camera, 720p HD display, and NFC. Pretty much everything I was hoping for in a Galaxy S II sequel. You’ll notice Samsung has done their best to theme up Ice Cream Sandwich but from the little we’ve seen here, doesn’t seem to anything a good launcher replacement can’t fix. Enough jibber-jabberin’, let’s get to the video.
What did you guys think? Does the Samsung Galaxy S III mop the floor with the HTC One X? Or do you think this leaves a lot of room for the device to be bested not only by rival Android devices, but possibly the iPhone 5 later this year?