Expect to see a lot more stories like this one in the future, Vietnam’s Tinhte website posted a video of what appears to be the real Samsung Galaxy SIII. We lean towards this being the real deal since this site has been responsible for a fair few leaks in the past. The video was originally spotted by Engadget on YouTube, but has since been made private.
Specs were not confirmed but it is running a dual core CPU running at 1.4 GHz, presumably from Samsung’s Exynos lineup. Under the hood expect 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, which unlike the, you should be able to add storage space through the Micro SD card. Also expect a 8 megapixel camera although I wouldn’t be surprised to see 12MP appear at launch, it also has a 2050 mAh battery that should offer NFC.
Lucky for us Engadget grabbed the video so here it is: We found one with English subtitles:
Update: The Verge has made some interesting observations about the case: “As you can see, the outer case is not connected to the chassis in any significant way, leading us to speculate that the interior shape will be close to what we see in the final product.” Which fall into line with what we’ve also heard that Samsung is shipping the SIII in the SII case to conceal the final form factor.
They also note that ‘the display, from black levels alone, seems to to be an AMOLED, and its resolution is posted as 1184 x 720 — a standard resolution as Android doesn’t report the space used by the onscreen buttons.’
So this device likely isn’t the final version of the SIII, but we are getting closer.