Stay Connected With Samsung Galaxy Tablet

In the last few years, tablet PCs are growing in popularity, as people would like to complete tasks and check information on real-time while they are on-the-go via lightweight, durable and reliable mobile devices. Apparently, as one of the first batches of Android tablet on the market, the Samsung Galaxy Tablet was created and developed with the users in mind. Weighing just 1 pound, the lightweight and highly portable mobile device boasts 7-inch bright, colorful display (1024 x 600-pixel resolution) with 3-three-dimensional-like graphics that makes replying e-mails, watching real-time movies or breaking news, playing games or reading Kindle books as easy as A-B-C. The slim, sleek Samsung Galaxy Tablet design allows user to slip the device into their pocket, handbag or backpack easily, while the ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi and speedy 1 GHz processor boost the speed of 3G-enabled Galaxy Tablet, which runs on Android 2.2 operating system.

Unlike Apple’s tablet iPad that was released earlier, Samsung Galaxy Tablet is equipped with rear 3MP camera with flash for capturing photos and videos, along with front-facing 1.3MP camera that works superbly as a web cam during video chats via the tablet’s Qik service. In addition to these, it also works as a phone! Thus, for those looking to purchase a tablet or a smartphone, they should consider getting the Samsung Galaxy Tablet, that combines the functionality of a tablet PC and the mobile apps-on-the-go function of a smartphone all at once. Taking snapshots or video files using Samsung Galaxy Tablet is quite straightforward, thanks to the responsive multi-touch, bright screen display and the 120mm x 191mm x 12mm size of the device that fits perfectly into user’s hands. Photos and video files could be stored into the Samsung Galaxy Tablet’s microSD memory that can be expanded, or you may edit, upload, and share them online for family and friends to see. The 3G-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tablet is capable of delivering data speedily and enhancing web-browsing experience.

Never miss a single show or information with your Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Boasting full support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi and integrated Google technology, it allows you to access Flash websites, watch videos, movies and other mobile entertainments easily. By utilizing integrated Google technology, user has quick access to the various popular Google services including Google Search by voice, Google Maps with Street View, Gtalk, Picasa, and YouTube plus contacts/calendar synchronization. You may even enjoy latest music and songs freely by utilizing the pre-loaded, personalized, streaming Slacker Radio. There is also Kindle for Android app on board of the Samsung Galaxy that would help you access your personal Kindle library anytime and anywhere you want. Through the Android Market feature, user has access to a plethora of applications, widgets and fun games. It also has Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity to accommodate your hands-free devices, and HDMI video output (via optional dock).

The Samsung Galaxy Tablet offers one-stop solution for all your updates, the Samsung Galaxy Tablet’s Samsung Social Hub allows you to integrate all your social networking services, personal and business e-mail, calendars, messages, and contacts. Typing short messages and emails is easy -thanks to the QWERTY keyboard with Swype technology that allows for faster, intuitive text input with only one finger motion across the screen. Additionally, the 4000mAh battery offers up to 7 hours of battery power. As a lightweight, portable mobile device of great build quality that supports loads of file formats, easy access to multiple web-based services, enhanced graphics and display visibility, it offers great value for money to users who are looking to combine phone and tablet PC in one device. Simply stated, the Samsung Galaxy Tablet enables user to obtain information and entertainment easily while you are at home or on-the-go.

Product Features:

Android 2.2 Operating System; 1 GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor

7-inch multi-touch, colorful, bright screen display

Virtual keyboard with Swype input system

Fast, 3G-enabled technology

Integrated GPS technology

Rear 3-MP camera and front-facing 1.3-MP camera

Media player that supports various file formats (including MP3, AAC music files, DivX, XviD, MPEG4, H.263, and H.264 formats, among others)

Up to 32 GB expandable microSD card slot

Ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi

Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity

Up to 7 hours of battery power from 4000 mAh battery

The Samsung Galaxy S2 And Galaxy Note – Samsung’s Best Smartphones To Date

The Samsung Galaxy S2 was released mid 2011 while its huge brother the Samsung Galaxy Note was released last quarter of 2011. To date, the Galaxy S2 sold more than 30 million units while the Galaxy Note sold over 1 million units from its release date. This is how famous these Samsung handsets are. Let us now talk about the technical specifications and features of these famous devices. Read on.

When it comes to form factor and make the Galaxy Note is way taller and wider than Samsung current flagship the S2. It is 5.78″ tall and 3.26″ wide. The S2 comes in at 4.9″ tall and 2.6″ wide. The Note’s thickness is at 0.38″ while the S2’s thickness is at 0.33″ only. For an enormous handset the Note is quite slim and it is only.02 thicker than the S2. When it comes to weight the Note is noticeably heavier at 116 grams as opposed to 116 grams weight of its famous brother.

Both of these handsets are being powered by dual-core processors. The Note uses a 1.4GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor while the S2 uses a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor. There’s a minor difference when it comes to their processing prowess. They both use Mali 400 MP GPU for their graphical acceleration. So if you pit the two handsets against each other, it is quite evident that the Galaxy Note is a far more powerful handset than Samsung’s latest flagship.

Let us now move on to their displays. The Note ships with a 5.3″ Super AMOLED display (1280 x 800p at 285ppi pixel density) while the S2 ships with a 4.3″ Super AMOLED display (800 x 480p at 217ppi pixel density). They both use the same technology “Super AMOLED” for their displays. They are also being protected with the same Gorilla Glass displays.

Both of these handsets sport a whopping 8MP camera and 2MP front-facing camera. They both have LED flash and Autofocus. They can also record HD videos at 1080p at 30 frames per second. Features in the likes of geo-tagging, face and smile detection, and touch focus are included as well.

When it comes to their Operating System, they both ship with Android Gingerbread OS. But the good news is both are also upgradable to Android’s latest Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. They also have Samsung’s TouchWiz version 4.0 that features redefined interface.

It is not that hard to understand why these handsets are so famous right now. They are both powerful on their own and they have that selling prowess that not even the famous iPhone can beat.

These are Samsung’s best-selling and best smartphones to date; these are the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Samsung Galaxy Note.

Samsung Galaxy S3 – When Is It Coming?

It not that easy to just sit back and contain yourself when you’re eager and dying to own Samsung’s next big thing the Samsung Galaxy S3. Yes, this is yet another sequel to the famous Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy S2. It is also hard to stop hoping that Samsung (South Korean Manufacturer) will cave in and release this much awaited handset to us.

There are so many unanswered questions like what are the phone’s specifications? Or what new features can we expect on this handset? We all have to be contented with what little information or speculations that Samsung will leak to the public. That is if they even dare to do so.

As you can see, these are just some of the most pressing questions that a lot of Samsung aficionados are asking the mobile giant Samsung. Sad to say, Samsung is still playing hard and keeping their cards close to their chests. But then again, we can also expect that this famous Galaxy S3 will come out soon enough.

Talking about the phone’s release date, there was a rumor that says this handset will be out last March 30. But it came and it passed and there is still no Galaxy S3 launched or even unveiled. The good news is, even if the phone is a no-show, some are still hoping that it will be out this April. This date is suggested by an interview with Samsung’s President Kim Young-Ha (Samsung China President). There is also a big rumor that consensus appears to favor May 22, 2012 as the phone’s actual unveiling and release date. This is via Samsung’s special event which is said to take place in London, UK. However, Samsung said that they will advise us via their Twitter account once a release date is confirmed. Now, that is something that we can look forward to. Keep our eyes glued to their Twitter account.

Let us now move to the phone’s potential specifications (although it is not that confirmed yet), we can expect that this will ship with the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. There is a possible inclusion of a powerful Quad-Core processor, perhaps a 1.5 or 1.8GHZ Samsung Exynos. There are also some that says this handset will ship with an upgraded 12MP shutter. If this is true, then that’s one mighty shutter for the 3rd generation Galaxy S. We are hoping that this handset ships with 4G LTE and even NFC. The phone may also feature a 4.8″ Super AMOLED full HD and with 3D capabilities display screen.

Whether this handset is landing sometime soon or not, we all just have to be patient for it is confirmed. The Samsung Galaxy S3 exists and there’s nothing stopping Samsung to push through with the much awaited release of the Galaxy S3.

Samsung Galaxy S3 – Release Date And Specs

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is officially confirmed, but the big question is “when will we ever see it?” The tech Giant Samsung has yet to give its famous Galaxy S2 a final release date. There is not even a single clue as to how the handset looks like. However, according to the Editor-in-Chief of Mobile Review Eldar Murtazin the Galaxy S3’s production has already begun and that it will feature the same ceramic technology that HTC has been using on their recent handsets.

Even if Samsung have chosen to remain quiet about the whole sweet details of its next flagship, the device made a couple of premature appearances with speculations regarding the incoming Samsung Galaxy S3.

A lot of people were hoping that they will hear Samsung (or at least see Samsung’s Galaxy S3 perspective) during the recent Mobile World Congress 2012 held in Barcelona Spain. But the good news is, Samsung confirmed that the said unit is coming soon and that they will unveil the Galaxy S3 at a separate event (Special Samsung event) in the second quarter of this year. This date is also closer to the exact commercial availability of the third generation Galaxy S handset.

There is a rumor that came up courtesy of the Electronic Times (South Korea). It basically suggests that the handset will feature a 7mm depth (thickness). If this is true, then the handset is way thinner than its predecessor the Galaxy S2 (8.5mm).

Although nothing is confirmed yet, there are also tons of leaked reports about this unit. Some of them says that it will include a 4.65″ HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 720p. Again this will top the S2’s 4.8″ screen and 480 x 800p resolution. The other expected specs include a whopping 2GB worth of RAM and a 32GB worth of internal storage. So far, the best rumor that came out is the phone’s 12MP rear shutter with 1080p Full HD video recording capabilities. And again, if this is true then it will truly beat its predecessor with its 8MP shutter.

The latest report has suggested that this will pack a 1.5GHz quad-core Exynos processor and the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. Now, let us assume that this is true. If that is the case then the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the most powerful Galaxy S handset that will ever grace the market. It can easily unseat newly announced Quad-Core handsets in the likes of the LG Optimus 4X HD and Huawei’s Ascend D Quad XL.

There are so many reports about the actual release date and specs of the Samsung Galaxy S3 but until we officially hear it from Samsung, then all we can do for now is to simply wait and see.

Things You Need To Know About The Samsung Galaxy S3

The current Samsung flagship the Galaxy S2 sold millions and millions of units from its first day of release until this very day. With its ever growing popularity and success, Samsung decided to top their best-selling smartphone with the 3rd generation Galaxy S handset for this year. This is the up and coming Samsung Galaxy S3.

The long wait is finally over as Samsung confirmed the launch date of the latest Galaxy handset. The new handset is set to be launched on May 3 in London (Earl’s Court). Although there is still no confirmation about the exact day of its release, we all basically rely on rumors and news about the said big day for Samsung’s fans all over the globe.

There is also no announced pricing detail for this handset and all we can do now is to speculate (again). If we base it on the recent pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (which was sold for £520 and was offered on contracts starting at £36) we can expect it to be higher than that for now. Then there is the £500 tag price on its predecessor (Galaxy S2) and contract price that started at £46/month, we can also assume that it will be higher than this.

Let us now move on to the phone’s juicy features. Back in November of last year, details of Samsung’s next-gen Exynos 4412 chipset were unleashed. It was described as a powerful 1.5GHz Quad-Core processor. This handset is set to feature this mighty and speedy processor. It is only right to assume this, since all Android manufacturers are fighting over the bragging right about who will release the most cores in their handsets.

If the quad-core won’t land on the S3, then Samsung’s latest work on their Exynos 4212 dual-core processor can land on this handset. This is said to be 30% more efficient and faster than what the Galaxy S2 is sporting now. This is also an option that the said handset can welcome with open arms, because it is still capable of making this handset the best Galaxy S to date. Whether it sports a dual-core processor or quad-core processor, this handset will eventually surpass the fame and glory of its predecessor.

When it comes to OS, this handset may land with the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. We all know that its predecessor is now getting its Ice Cream Sandwich update, so it is only wise for Samsung to release this handset with the latest Android Iteration. This powerful OS may be accompanied by Samsung’s TouchWiz overlay. This is no surprise!

There are many other speculations about the successor of the famous Galaxy S2. It is only a matter of weeks until we finally know what’s under the hood of the much awaited Samsung Galaxy S3.

Comparing The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 And Samsung Galaxy Ace

It was February of this year when Samsung announced the arrival of their latest Galaxy handset. I am talking about the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. Back in January of 2011, Samsung also announced the release of the first Samsung Galaxy Ace. This was dubbed as a budget Android Phone. In this article, I will compare the latest Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 to its predecessor the famous Galaxy Ace and see how they match up against each other. I will start with the Galaxy Ace 2 and follow it with the Galaxy Ace. Read on!

Please allow me to start with their display screens. The successor packs a 3.8″ PLS TFT touch screen and it is packed with a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It also comes in with 246 ppi for its pixel density. On the other hand, its predecessor packs a 3.5″ TFT capacitive touch screen with screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and comes in with 165ppi for its pixel density. It is quite obvious as to who wins this round when it comes to packing a bigger screen and higher number when it comes to screen resolution. And for that, I will give the successor one point for this.

Let’s move on to dimensions and weight. The actual dimensions of the successor are at 118.3 x 62.2 x 10.5mm and it weighs in at 122 grams only. The Ace on the other hand is at 112.4 x 59.9 x 11.5mm and it weighs in at 113 grams only. As you can see, the latest version is bigger and heavier than its predecessor. For that, I give another good point to the upgraded successor.

Let’s now talk about processors and their memory storage capacity. The successor runs with a powerful dual-core processor. It clocks at an amazing speed rate of 800MHz and used Mali 400MP GPU. It also comes in with 4GB worth of memory storage capacity and 768MB worth of RAM. You can also choose to add more memory via the phone’s microSD card slot. In addition, you can add as much as 32GB worth of memory on this handset. The predecessor runs on single-core processor (ARM11) which clocks at a speed rate of 800MHz and uses Adreno 200 GPU. You will also get 158MB worth of memory storage and 278MB worth of RAM. You can also add more memory via its microSD card slot. You can add as much as 32GB worth of memory storage on this handset. It comes in with 2GB more of free storage. Again, the upgraded Galaxy Ace 2 bags another point for packing a powerful dual-core processor as opposed to the single-core processor of its predecessor.

These two handsets are pre-installed with Android Gingerbread (Android version 2.3) for their OS. Sadly, both of these handsets are not up for an upgrade to the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. But the good news is, you can enjoy its Android OS like other high-end smartphones with the same OS.

This is my short comparison note on the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy Ace.

Samsung Galaxy Chat: A Smartphone for Young Socially Active and Professionals

Samsung is one of the leading brands in the market of Smartphone; whether the product is a high end or a low end phone, it is always successful in appeasing the customers. This time again Samsung is in news for giving a tough competition to its adversaries RIM and Nokia by providing its users with a High-end Chat enabled handset which is supposed to be much like the one close to BlackBerry.

This new handset by Samsung Galaxy is initially launched in Seoul on the fated day of America’s Independence the 4th of July. This Smartphone handset has a touch enabled screen with a display of 3 Inch QVGA along with easy to handle type keypad similar to the PC keyboard. This does seem like Samsung is all about to give a tough competition to BlackBerry.

Product launch

Samsung Galaxy Chat too like its predecessor will be launched on foreign shores, it is said that Spain will be the first to experience the utility of this handset in July. The product will then be launched in major continents around the globe including Middle East with a competitive price range. This sure indicates of reaching out to majority of customers who are budget conscious and are looking for a high-end quality Smartphone. However a question remains unanswered that whether this product will be launched in United States? This is yet to be confirmed by the company. Additionally the official spokesman for the company is yet to announce the news regarding the compliance of SAFE (Samsung Approved for the Enterprise) which is still in the talks.

SAFE is a program that is especially meant for U.S. and so the plan to make it available for the U.S. user is still questionable. Acquiring the approval for SAFE is still in the pipeline.

Features of Samsung Galaxy Chat

Comparing this phone with its predecessor Galaxy S III, it can be said that the most common feature is that of social connect. Galaxy Chat too is meant for the people who remain socially visible and like connecting to people on social networking websites. The users are provided with the ease of a specific key that enables in quick connect to social website. The functionality of ChatON provides the user with the freedom of cross-communication with other users of various handset platforms within a specified community. This way the users can chat within a given group in unified community and gain access to group chat for exchanging instant messages. The chat will support transferring files, images, emoticons, animations within a span of seconds.

Chat is enabled on the Android platform (4.0 Ice cream sandwich) including a tray of programs that display the list of Favorites. This way the user can instantaneously add and access the specified applications. Obtaining widgets with the ability to resize including the ICS perks is what makes this feature more interesting. Additionally the user can benefit from using the functionality of capturing images and launching camera (2 mp) even when the screen is locked. With all these features bundled in one package it is surely going to capture the attention of the young users who are keen on getting the ICS functionality on a Android based Smartphone.

Furthermore users will have enhanced chat experience with 850MHZ processor, QuickOfice functionality, TouchWiz UI and Document Viewer. This means that this is not just another social media enabled phone but is also capable of being utilized by the professionals.

As far as apps are concerned these include most of the apps provided by Google like Play Store, G-Talk, Maps, You Tube and search option. If you are concerned about staying connected on the go then the utility of WiFi is included along with the facilities of Bluetooth and a USB (2.0). Data of up to 4GB can be easily stored on the device with an expandable memory of 32GB microSD for added storage space. The look and feel of the phone is impressive, weighing around 4 ounces and measuring 2.3×4.7×0.46 inches.

In conclusion Samsung Galaxy Chat is a product that is meant to attract majority of users including the young social media active crowd as well as the professionals looking for a budget friendly Smartphone.

As a senior tech support engineer at Qresolve.com Brandon Malcolm Smith has been offering online tech support to global customers for issues related to laptops, desktops, Mac and devices including iPods, tablets, iPhones and more. Moreover he is an avid writer of articles and blogs that are aimed to help Internet users. His area of interests include computer support, tech support, emerging technologies and awareness on tech support scams.

Samsung Galaxy S – A Top Of The Line Android Smartphone

The Samsung i9000 Galaxy S is a high end Android Smartphone with a very large 4 inch 800x 480 super AMOLED touchscreen and a 1GHz processor. As far as Android smartphones go, the Samsung Galaxy S appears to be at the very top of the pile.

In addition to the large screen and the fast processor, the Galaxy S boasts 3.5Gsupport with maximum download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps and uploads of up to 5.76 Mbps plus Wi-Fi connectivity with support for 802.11n networks as well as the more traditional b and g wireless LANs.

On the back of the Samsung Galaxy S is a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, this can also record HD 720p video at 30 frames per second. Because this is a Samsung, there are obviously loads of goodies included with the camera including a panoramic shot, stop motion and cartoon shot functions.

Multimedia support on the Samsung Galaxy S is comprehensive, including all major formats including MP3, Windows Media, DivX, OGG, AAC and a whole lot more. There is also an FM radio player for listening to music or news on the go, on your favourite radio stations. GPS with A-GPS support and a digital compass are built in, with the large screen making it ideal for navigation purposes.

The reworked Android 2.1 user interface has been especially modified to give the Samsung Galaxy S a unique look and feel, whilst providing it with a highly customisable user interface. Loads of apps are available for download from the Android Market. Social networking features and some personal information management tools are provided in addition to the base Android OS you would find in other Android phones.

Because of the large screen size, it is obviously not the smallest handset in the world, at 122x 54x 9.9mm, but despite this, it is very lightweight at just 118 grams making pocket friendly and it will easily fit into a handbag. Its light weight also makes it comfortable to hold and use, and it is worth noting that it is certainly compact enough to be operated with one hand, with all areas of the screen within easy reach of your thumb.

A useful feature is the battery, which has a long standby and usage life, which is great news for those who have owned an Android phone before. Already hailed by many as an “iPhone beater”, it offers a great alternative to some of the more established smartphones which are available, thanks to its high levels of functionality and versatility.

Samsung Galaxy S5 – Specs, Price and Features

All the latest round ups on Galaxy S5 confirm a super Smartphone that’s about to hit the market come 2014. Although all is not clear about what is actually contained in this gizmo, we have substantial gossip; a totally new thing from Samsung is lurking in the corner.

Every gossip tripling in regarding the S5 is trustworthy because apparently it is from very close sources within Samsung. However, there is still something to hold us waiting for any unforeseen surprise.

From the external looks to internal specs and now the price, the Samsung Galaxy S5 candybar is bringing a new change in the Smartphone fronts.

Talking of external looks

A great change is about to happen. It is proposed that the Samsung S5 will steer away from the traditional plastic (polycarbonate) covers and adopt metallic presumably aluminum or magnesium back covers. This is all in the bid to make it classier, not a budget gadget where manufacturers are concerned about saving production cost.

On the front side, it’s rumored to feature a 5.2 inch TFT capacitive multi touch screen with 16M colors. This further come with a display size of 720 x 1280 pixels. It will also come with various exciting colors from pure white to cool black and so on. It is therefore a gadget to introduce great changes on physical aspects.

However the crux of things is not external, it’s internal. A keener dissection already reveals unbelievably excellent internal specs and capabilities ever known in the Smartphone history.

Humongous memory

Samsung knows that memory capability is very paramount when it comes to Smartphone. Nothing therefore can refute claims that Samsung Galaxy S5 will come with a more than 4GB RAM given that this is what some users of its predecessors S4 already requested for future releases. Samsung must therefore respect and respond by expanding the memory of the S5 to even more than 4GB RAMS.

Typically speaking, a proposed 4GB RAM internal memory, 32GB ROM, and expandable memory with such like micro SD will be storage and speed for S5.

Holiday busters discover

Galaxy S5 camera, music, video and connectivity will kill it all. Rumor has it that a proposed primary 4000×4000 pixels with a secondary 5000 pixels resolution digital camera is set to steer the flagship of S5 media. What’s more, the camera has a face and smile detection, a geo tagging, image stabilizers among other camera specs.

Its video player is set to support an array of video formats as well as incredible video streaming. Its sensors must surpass those of S4 with gyroscope, compass, light sensor, proximity sensor and accelerometer.

The new Galaxy S5 will support virtually all social networking services plus great data capabilities including GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G, USB port, CPU and an Android v5.0, Key Lime Pie among other supports. As for the date of release and the display price, everything is left to speculation. But at least Samsung is known for its consistency. Relating to back releases release dates; S5 is likely to hit market in earnest March 2014.

About price, it must cost more than its predecessor S4 that cost about $600. Samsung Galaxy S5 cannot surprise fans with lower price here. Regardless, it is one of the most anticipated news of 2014. No doubt!

Secrecy Surrounds The Launch Of The Samsung Galaxy S3

Rumours have been circulating about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 phone since the beginning of the year. It is widely expected that we will see a summer 2012 launch of this model but many people are surprised that we have not seen any leaked photographs that give us an idea about the design of the new handset. This lack of images is no great surprise when you see the measures that Samsung have put in place to keep their new model under wraps.

It seems as though Samsung have taken a leaf out of Apples book with the secrecy surrounding the Galaxy S3. Apple are famous for implementing strict procedures that ensure that only a handful of people know the official design of their new models. Samsung have been hard at work ensuring that the launch of this new model maintains an air of mystery and thus increases speculation among consumers and industry experts. ETNews, a South Korean news site has reported that the design of this model is so secret that even the people who are currently testing the model do not have a clue about the design. This is because Samsung are using versions of the model that are hidden inside an external casing. This means that the testers can experience the full operation of the device without ever knowing what it looks like. This means is that nobody working with the handset can reveal details about the device prior to its official launch.

Measures like this may seem a little extreme but devices like the new Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 create some of the most frenzied interest when the are due to be launched. Part of the reason behind this is the lack of information that is available to the public prior to the official unveiling. There are some elements about this new model that we do know for certain but the design remains a mystery. We know that the model will feature a new quad core processor in a bid to compete with some of the leading phones currently available. We also know that Samsung will be looking to increase the screen size from the 4.3 inch display that was used on the Galaxy S2. Despite facts like these being common knowledge it is hard to envisage the changes without seeing the final design of the model.

It may not be long until we see official pictures of the new Samsung Galaxy S3 but until we do it looks as though we will be kept guessing about the final design thanks to the measures taken by Samsung to keep it a closely guarded secret.