Samsung Galaxy III to be announced at Mobile World Congress, released in April?


Last Wednesday, one of Samsung's keynote videos was shown off. In it, this device was spotted; a lot of people seem to think that it's the next Galaxy S device, simply named the Galaxy S III. It's a claim that's probably not that far off, as analyst Eldar Murtazin predicted today that the S III will be announced next month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, and will be released in Europe in April. 

If you'll recall, last year's MWC is where the Galaxy S II was announced. And a couple of months after that, in April, the device was released in Europe; so if Samsung is planning on keeping a similar pattern, Murtazin's claim doesn't seem outrageous. 

Like we said last week, the phone should include a 2GHz dual-core Exynos processor, a 720p HD display, and 1.5 to 2GB of RAM. I have been a fan of Samsung's Galaxy S line of phones for a long time, and I cannot wait for the new series to be released.

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