Samsung Galaxy S III rumored to drop in April – quad-core processor, ICS and 12-megapixel camera on board

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Mobile World Congress is less than a month away, so you know what that means: rumor time! Today’s juicy tidbit comes from Russian Tech Blogger Eldar Murtazin on the eagerly anticipated successor to Samsung’s record breaking Samsung Galaxy S II, the aptly named Galaxy S III. The S III is supposedly landing in April, right after its official unveil at MWC. The blogger said that the S III will be sporting a quad-core processor, ICS, HD screen and a 12-megapixel camera, which to be honest, isn’t a surprise, seeing as these are the same specs that were being pranced about by other manufacturers back in CES. Still, if the rumors are true, it’s nice to know that Samsung is on the right track specs-wise, and we’re pretty sure that there’s going to be a lot of demand once the S III is officially unveiled.

Source: Phone Arena