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Is this Samsung's Highly Anticipated Galaxy S-III (GT-i9300)?




Danny Bullard

Sprint 4G Rollout Updates

Thursday, March 22, 2012 - 2:45 PM MDT


I'm sure you've seen some of the latest leaks of the Galaxy S-III. Some are obviously fake and already proven so, but might this leak be the real deal? The good folks over at PhoneArena received were tipped with a picture of a button-less Samsung device running Google's Ice Cream Sandwich. By looking at the picture, the screen looks big, 4.6" big like some of the latest GS-III rumors have suggested.


Another interesting thing is that the Samsung logo has moved underneath the screen. While this shouldn't really mean anything, this makes it different from the rest of the Galaxy S line. PhoneArena suggests this may be the Galaxy B. So only time will tell.


If this is the Galaxy S3, would you be first in line for one? Sound off in the comments.






















Photo courtesy of PhoneArena.


Source: PhoneArena


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Samsung is at the bottom of the Epic 4G...


And if the spec are true, then yes, I'll be there.

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After finding out that Samsung (and possibly LG ) made the retina display on the new Ipad- I am definitely a Samsung fan!

I have faith in them and after owning an Epic Touch it will only get better!

Samsung definitely has a grasp on Android !

I will definitely be in line for the Sprint Galaxy S3 !

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If thats it, then some of the GS3 fanboys I'd expect will be a little disappointed...


Screen doesn't stretch near as far as all of the renderings show...So either smaller screen than thought or the phone itself is massively big...

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If thats it, then some of the GS3 fanboys I'd expect will be a little disappointed...Screen doesn't stretch near as far as all of the renderings show...So either smaller screen than thought or the phone itself is massively big...


Yeah SGT, that is not nearly as impressive looking as the rumors would lead you to picture. I'm not convinced that this is a GSIII

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