Expected to be officially announced next month at MWC 2012, the Samsung Galaxy S III may have been already showcased by Samsung at CES. How come? Well, in the video presenting the company’s CES Press Conference, a previously unseen handset shows up for a few seconds.
The handset does look like a next-generation Galaxy, as it has a very thin bezel, and a large display. Moreover, this is clearly an Android smartphone (not just a media player or something), as it shows up when Samsung talks about how you can “use the Remote Viewfinder app on your phone to control a camera (Samsung WB850F in this case) from across the room.”
Check out the video below – the alleged Galaxy S III appears at 7:10.
The features that the Samsung Galaxy S III should bring include: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, HD (1280 x 720) Super AMOLED Plus display, quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 12MP rear camera. Keep in mind that the handset seen above may actually not be the S III, but just a concept design. We’ll bring more info on this as soon as we get it.