Ladies and gents, we’ve got yet another piece of news regarding the ever-growing Samsung GT-i9300 pandemonium. Here, an anonymous user came out and shared a photo of what he or she claims to be an official rendering of the GT-i9300. When we last saw this mysterious GT-i9300 device, it appeared in a GLBenchmark test showing the device featured a 720p display and Android 4.0.3. As you can see here, this leaked photo of the GT-i9300 device has a solid build and design similar to the previous Galaxy S models, while also featuring what looks to be an Ice Cream Sandwich build topped off with a sexier version of the TouchWiz UI (including an some Sammy-specific productivity apps). Also— if you look carefully folks, we see the same on-screen virtual buttons found on the GT-i9250 model— aka the Galaxy Nexus. This may explain what seems to be the phone’s massive screen size, perhaps a 4.7-inch screen as we previously reported?
One final item of note is the placement of the Samsung logo. The manufacturer has decided to move the logo to the bottom of the smartphone, which aside from a handful of U.S. carriers placing the logo on the bottom of a Samsung device— had not been done previously. Talk about Sammy making a radical decision.
This latest leak sure is a doozy and whatever Samsung device this is, it sure is mouthwatering. Let’s hope this supposed GT-i9300 phone is in fact the actual Galaxy S III smartphone. What do you all think? Thumbs up or thumbs down? Let us know in the Comments section.