Removable batteries: While there are some Android phones that no longer offer this option (Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola DROID RAZR), the majority of Android smartphones have removable batteries which makes it convenient to keep a spare battery on you anytime you are away from an AC outlet.
Surprisingly, Huawei is also in the race with the upcoming Ascend P1 S, which comes in at 6.7mm, and should see a global release in Q2 of this year.
Rumors continue that the S III thickness won’t be uniform, and it will allegedly have the same camera ‘hump’ found on the S II.
Korean site ETNews is reporting that the Galaxy S III will be packing, wait for it, a quad-core processor, Super AMOLED+ display, 2MP front camera, 8MP rear camera, LTE support, and will be 7mm thick.
Relatedly, ETNews did also say according to their insider that 7 variants of the Galaxy S III will be released this year, and one might have a 3D display.
Rumors say the Samsung Galaxy S3 might hit the stage next month at the MWC, and it might include a quad-core CPU, Android Ice Cream Sandwich with TouchWiz user interface, better cameras and improved touchscreen with more pixels per square inch.
And while it’s confirmed that we will not hear an announcement regarding the S III at MWC, numerous rumors about a March announcement are floating about, including this latest one from French website Frandroid.com, where they claim they already have an invitation for a mysterious Samsung event that’s to be held on March 22.
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