According to Android Community, the Galaxy M GT-i9300, featuring an impressive processor pack will be hitting the markets sometime in May 2012. This is a mid-range phone, dubbed as said above by GSM-Arena, but it will feature a 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos processor, a decent 1GB of RAM and a 4-inch 720p HD AMOLED display. The new Galaxy M will support resolutions up to 1026 x 600 and will be powered by the coolest version of Android around, the ice Cream Sandwich.
Rumours about this model hitting the stores have been circulating since February, the cold cold month of February, however this time it's seems to be solid supposion this time on the new Android-powered, dual-Exynos-corred Galaxy M Gt-i9300. (did I just use an oxymoron there?)
Is there any official statement on this so-called GT-i9300 from Samsung as of yet? No, of course, we would have been quick to spread the news. However, there is a leaked image of this model, displaying the good old Android menu and showing the rather corny edges of the up-coming smartphone.
This comes as an addition to another expected model from the ever-growing maker, the Galaxy SIII, which is said to arrive in April, as hinted by Samsung China CEO in a recent press issue.