Samsung was recently overtaken by Apple in its Q4 2011 Smartphone sales figure. But the defeat does not brought Samsung’s hopes down as the company had recently announced to reveal its Samsung Galaxy S III in a few months adding one more Smartphone to the Galaxy family. However, it has been reported that company will not launch the beast in MWC event in Barcelona this year, as few others reported earlier.
According to South Korean Electronic News Time, the Smartphone is speculated to have a 7mm thick body, which is 1.5mm thinner than the Galaxy S II. The phone is also speculated to host a 8MP rear camera along with a 2MP front cam which would support for a smooth video calling. It is also said to feature an AMOLED plus HD display, a 2GB RAM and is set to be run on the latest ICS Android platform. Though, It is expected to have a quad-core processor but no speculations about the screen size were made.
The industry seems to be going after a large screen, a powerful processor and an ultrathin look for its Smartphone’s and why won’t they? After all, the one thing that booms a phones sales is the user satisfaction and what more would satisfy a user than having a sexy slim large screen phone with a powerful processor in his hands? Recent success of Galaxy Note is a true example of this and Samsung seems to be overwhelming with the positive market response.
Samsung has done really well the previous year with a total shipment of 324.7 million handsets in the whole year and is sitting in the 2nd position next to Nokia, which is still leading the global handset shipment. The company seems to have braced itself for the war against Apple’s iPhone 5 which is speculated to be released in a few months and might hit the floor around the same time as the Galaxy S III.
Samsung and Apple, with the speculated quad-core processors, will bring the Smartphone experience and industry to a whole new level giving the users the power to perform any task on their Smartphone itself. It is just to be seen if the rumors are true and we will in a few months from now.