Monday 19 September 2011

Features of Nexus Prime and Galaxy S III

Samsung is making a huge headway with their smartphones. Just when the dust began settling on the success of the Samsung Galaxy S II, the features and specifications of two of their upcoming models surfaced. According to reports by Android and Me, an anonymous 4chan member claims to have had first hand experience with the Samsung Nexus Prime, as well as heard about the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S III.

The anonymous member has revealed that Samsung representatives had shown off a beta version of the Samsung Nexus Prime aka the Galaxy Nexus, but did not have the S III with them, as it was still in the research and development stage. Read on to know what the anonymous tipster revealed about the two upcoming devices from Samsung

Samsung Nexus Prime:

1.> Android Ice Cream Sandwich v2.4.1
2.> Round-edged body along with a curved display, 8.8mm thick and metallic body
3.> Samsung’s Exynos dual-core CPU (clocked at 1.5 GHz)
4.> 1GB RAM
5.> Super AMOLED Plus 4.65-inch scren
6.> Resolution of 1280 x 720 HD display
7.> 16GB internal memory
8.> SD card slot
9.> 2000 mAh battery
10.> Weight is approximately 130 to 140g

Samsung Galaxy S III

1.> Android Ice Cream Sandwich with Samsung’s TouchWiz 5
2.> 10 megapixel camera
3.> 4.65-inch screen, 9mm thick, metal and glass body
4.> Super AMOLED III display
5.> Resolution of 1280 x 1024 (pixel density of 352 ppi)
6.> Quad-core 2.0 GHz processor
7.> 1.5GB RAM
8.> 32GB internal memory
9.> SD card slot
10.> video recording at 1080p with 60fps

While the Galaxy Nexus Prime seems like the real deal, the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S III seem a bit far fetched. Hopefully, this information will hold true because if it is, these are going to be smartphones that are going to rock the smartphone world and compete with netbooks and tablets. The probable release date of the S III is rumoured to be at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona. Let us know your reactions on the upcoming handsets in the comments below.

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