Over the past two years we have seen many additions to the Samsung Galaxy line-up, and this year will be treated with the Samsung Galaxy S3. Filling the shoes of the highly successful Galaxy S2 is not easy, but knowing Samsung we are sure to be treated to some next generation of smartphone technology.
There are two years, a 1GHz single-core processor has been considered the Holy Grail of processing power, thanks to phones like the original HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S. A year later, the dual-core processors been introduced, as seen in Galaxy S2 and quickly became the standard in versions from several manufacturers. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is likely to be the first version of the classic smartphone to pack a quad-core processor. Because the processor is essential for the performance of many aspects of the phone, waiting to see the benefits in all material (such as the touch screen responsiveness) and software (application load times and speed of the interface).
Until recently, the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S slowed supreme when it came to solving your touch screen with the retina display. Recently, however, several devices like the Sony Xperia S and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Note came with screens that packed a much higher resolution than Apple's offering. Samsung has the technology for hi res that are guaranteed to see it transferred to Galaxy S3, with a possible increase in the screen size of its predecessor.
Although we can only speculate on design Samsung Galaxy S3 until it is formally presented, it is likely that Samsung will continue with the aesthetics of the Galaxy S2, but probably try to make it thinner. We can expect to see a black version launched with a white version published on or soon after their release date if the latest Galaxy models are anything to go by.
In addition to the features mentioned above, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is likely to have a higher number of pixels on your camera, enhanced multimedia capabilities and of course the new version of the Android operating system. This is called Ice Cream Sandwich and is displayed on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and will be published next month to compatible devices. It was recently announced that Samsung will not present the Galaxy S3 at the Mobile World Congress Show next month, which was a surprise to many.