Samsung Galaxy SIII: New Rumors and Possible Presentation for March 22

It makes few days we learned that the Samsung Galaxy SIII It would not be ready for presentation at the Mobile World Congress 2012, although shortly time has taken to emerge new rumors about their presentation and launch.

The release of the best-selling Android smartphone seems to that you could present the day March 22, in an event that Samsung may be preparing in French territory.

According to French media, including specialized blog FrAndroid, seems that they have already received some communications from Samsung of the day 22 March held a company event in that country, and although it may not be an event dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy SIII, rumors have already tripped.

Now expected the presentation, in addition to the Galaxy SIII, of any Samsung product related to Google TV, product for which was announced an upcoming private event. Whether or not the presentation of the new vessel the company’s Android logo, surely many are already making that date in the calendar.

In addition, they have leaked new information about the device, indicating that the work of thinning by Samsung engineers would have gotten a smartphone of no more than 7 mm thick, losing more than 10% of the 8.49 mm which his predecessor had.

Also, seems that it would have an 8-megapixel camera capable of recording video FullHD, housed in a hump resembling that luce Galaxy SII, although it has also been rumored that you could ride a 12 megapixel sensor.

As he has been said, the terminal would be the standard bearer of a new range of smartphones, which could include little differentiated versions but with 3D features or support for the stylus. In addition, talking about that It would reach the shops in may 2012, just before the summer campaign.

No doubt as to its expected submission dates approach, new rumors, multiply although a lack of materials and other details, the world bet by a quad-core processor and one screen in high definition hallmarks of the new Galaxy SIII.