We’re all anxiously awaiting the newest device in the Samsung Galaxy line, namely the Galaxy SIII. Rumours have been floating around, as they usually do, and we didn’t hear anything about the device at this years Mobile World Conference. Just recently we heard that we might see an April release, but today that rumour has apparently been debunked. To curb the resulting disappointment, there’s been a benchmark result posted on the GLBenchmark results page, with a model number resembling what one could believe is the next along in the Galaxy line, GT-I9300.
The results claim that the device is running a resolution of 1196 x 720, dispelling the rumours of full HD. The results also claim the device is running Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and hit a maximum processor frequency of 1400MHz, though no mention of something important — how many cores — is found. Personally, it’s hard to believe Samsung’s super-hyped flagship handset would be fitted with such dismal [relatively speaking] specifications. My guess is this is isn’t actually the specs for the Galaxy SIII, and if it is, I – and a lot of others – will be truly disappointed.