After tasting immense success with its Galaxy SII series, Samsung is now reportedly mulling a new version of the same device with new features, named as Galaxy SIII.
According to reports, the device would now come with Samsung Exynos 4412 quad core processor which will have enjoy 1.5 GHz clock speed. Using quad core processor makes sense for Samsung as other handset makers such as HTC have also begun using quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 processors.
The Samsung Galaxy S III will also expected to come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 1 GB of RAM and 4.6 inch Super Amoled Plus HD display with 1280X720 pixels resolution. The other likely features in this device would be 12 mega pixel camera and support for NFC (near field communication) and LTE (long term evolution).
According to the report, the handset may come with an improved GPU (graphics processing unit) which will perform five times better than the earlier Mali graphics processor.
The device is also likely to have flexible OLED (organic light emitting diode) screens which use less power and are thinner than the usual LCD screens. It is not clear whether the user interface of the device would be TouchWiz UI or not, because the usual Android UI now anyway has many features which are offered by TouchWiz also.
Users need to wait to hear more about the device, because the Galaxy SIII will not be announced before the Mobile World Congress in February 2012.