Design and finish
With all of the information we have, it’s easy to imagine a picture of the upcoming product. There’s also some additional information to help with that. This morning, we covered a news about the product being available in two colours - blue and white . The colours are prominent in all of the recent advertising and marketing material that’s made its way to the web. This information comes from leaked screenshots from warehouses where the new Galaxy phone is being stocked. The product is also almost definitely going to be called the Galaxy S III. Considering that the product is already present in warehouses, we can also expect quick availability of the product, once the official announcement is made later tonight.
Stocked and ready, in two colours
The shape of the product is also easy to guess - the phone is going to have curved corners and less of the blocky design that is found on most Android phones across brands. All of this is visible in some of the leaked manuals and diagrams of the device. There are even photos of screen-guards that hint at the shape of the product and they follow the same outline as the ones shown in the diagrams and leaked photos.
Ice Cream Sandwich on its own looks pretty sexy with the Roboto font, the blue, futuristic Holo theme et al. So much so that a lot of manufacturers have been redesigning their custom ROMs for Android 4.0. With the S III, chances are rife that Samsung will launch a whole new edition of TouchWiz consisting of five icons per row, which might correlate with the 4.8-inch screen size. Besides the possible layout differences, there could be substantial customizations in the skins and the overall look of the UI.
While their previous version of TouchWiz wasn’t disappointing by any means, with Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich UI, everybody including Samsung has been forced to up the ante. Earlier leaks showcased a user interface similar to that of stock ICS, with the only replacements being Samsung’s own icons. Will that be the final design of their new TouchWiz interface, or will they go safe with this latest update? It’s just a matter of time before we know.
The Galaxy S3?
So, to summarize it, this could be the expected spec sheet for the Samsung Galaxy S III:
Either way, we’d love to be proved wrong out here with our spec sheet, because with Samsung you never know. What do you think will the Galaxy S III comprise of? Let us know your thoughts and more in the comments section below.
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