Samsung Likely to Launch Galaxy S III in February

Samsung, the Korean electronics giant is allegedly planning to announce the successor to its Galaxy S II in form of Galaxy S III. The new Android-powered smartphone is hoped to launch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress event together with the new 3D-capable devices in the Q1 of 2012.

According to ETNews, Samsung will more likely opt to announce its Galaxy S line in Barcelona, almost exactly the same time it launched its Galaxy S II just year ago. Galaxy S II is the world’s most successful Android-powered handset up to now.

The Samsung Galaxy S III is assumed to launch with a quad-core processing technology and most likely be entertained with 3D technology because the Korean company is working hard to differentiate its handsets from Apple’s most popular iPhone. If the company introduces its new smartphone at MWC, one can expect to have Galaxy S III by the second quarter in 2012.

It is also assumed that the 3D photo and video recording capabilities will likely be introduced in supplementary Samsung smartphones in the coming year, referred to as Galaxy S 3D. This will allow users to stream their content on their televisions. This product is also assumed to make its debut in the Q2 of 2012.

The report is nothing more than a rumor at this stage, but we cannot deny the fact that the Samsung introduced the Galaxy S II in the similar event earlier this year. We can’t completely rule out the possibility of Samsung bringing its new smartphone in the event. Stay tuned.

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