The Samsung Galaxy SIII has been officially announced and the rumors can be put to bed. What we’ve got here is a 4.8-inch Smartphone running an Exynos 4 Quad comes with a Super AMOLED display at 720p resolution. SlashGear was able to benchmark the Galaxy SIII which was able to get a Quadrant score of 5642. The Samsung Galaxy SII receive a score of 4171 so this device has seen a significant improvement over its predecessor.
What is interesting about this score is the CPU score, which shows off the full power of the four cores inside Samsung’s newest Exynos as the CPU score here is 12781. It also has a massive I/O as well as 7606, 2D at 1000, 3D at 2171, and memory at 4653.
Other features of the Galaxy SIII include an 8-megapixel primary and 1.-megapixel front-facing cameras with 990ms start-up time, 3.3fps burst mode, and best-shot selection, 16 or 32GB of storage with 64GB on the way, if you can’t wait it also has a with microSD expansion. Connectivity wise we’re seeing Bluetooth 4.0 support, GPS with GLONASS reception, high-throughput 40MHz 802.11n Wi-Fi, NFC, and a relatively large 2,100mAh battery.