Samsung Galaxy S 3 Ready For the Production line, Specs Rumored Again
The Samsung Galaxy S 3, maybe one of the most expected smartphones to be launched this year, is in its final stage of manufacturing. The rumors about this phone are numerous and it’s hard to believe all of them, but recently a new info has been leaked via Tweeter. According to our sources, the Galaxy S 3 is almost ready to hit the market as it has entered production. It seems that Samsung managed to resolve all the details about its upcoming flagship preparing it for the big release, though the official announcement is still missing.
Furthermore, the Galaxy S 3 release date for April rumors were rejected by Samsung, which declared that the official press release will be announced during a special event, giving clues of an June, or early date. Anyway, what we know for sure is that the handset should be made available somewhere in the first half of the year.
The Samsung Galaxy S 3 specs are rumored to include a large 4.8 inch display with 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and LTE connectivity. Also, don’t forget the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich which will be preinstalled, making it the second device, after the Galaxy Nexus, to run Android 4.0 from day one.
Now as you can see in the image from below, Eldar Murtazin, an old acquaintance of ours, has posted via its Tweeter page that the S 3 is “finalized” and has entered production. Even though there are no clues about its release date, the statement means that the event is closer than we might think. Furthermore, according to the same announcement, Samsung finally decided to embrace its Galaxy S 3 with the rumored ceramic case.
Unfortunately, no words about the official price tag, though the pre-orders through the online retails and mobile operators are higher than for any other Galaxy product. Hopefully there will be more info in the coming days. Until then, cross your fingers and stay close as we will update you as soon as something fresh is coming out. Feel free to share your thought with us in the comments area from below.