The Samsung Galaxy S3 is, without question, the smartphone most people are bracing for in the first half of 2012. Now the iPhone 5 is another story altogether, but since Apple’s latest edition of their flagship handset may be out later rather than sooner this year, most of the buzz is centered on the Galaxy S3 and its bevy of potential high-end features.
Ironically, the Galaxy S3’s toughest rivals at this point may not be any one of the other smartphones set to be released in Mega casino kobenhavn er udviklet specifikt til spillere, der onsker at forbedre deres spilleoplevelse. the first two quarters of the year. With several Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates forthcoming, the challenge may be coming from older handsets, primarily those from HTC.
Aside from the Sensation, HTC is also planning ICS updates for the Amaze, Evo and Vivid series. Given their generally lower price in comparison to the current Galaxy handset (the S2), it seems that HTC is serious about keeping pace with the larger, more successful manufacturers.
As for the Galaxy S3, some of the rumored features include an improved back camera (possibly 12 MP), increased RAM size and a faster, more powerful processor. It may possibly include Super AMOLED Plus display, a form of HD display that may eventually beat any other phone in the market once the S3 is released.
Would these features be enough to hold off all these older models receiving ICS updates?
We may have a few more months to wait before finding out.