Samsung may be focusing on the launch of its upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S IV, but it hasn’t forgotten about its Galaxy S III handset. Samsung is said to be reworking the Galaxy S III, releasing an improved model of popular device sometime soon.
This information comes to us via journalist Eldar Murtazin, who is known as a reliable source when it comes to Samsung leaks. The Galaxy S III redux will include a better display, wireless charging support and a larger capacity battery.
Details are still elusive as to the details of the better screen, but we do know that the battery will be boosted from a 2,100 mAh capacity to 2,400 mAh. We aren’t sure if the body will receive any makeovers, as the components needed to make these upgrades to the handset will most likely not constitute the need for more physical space.
So keep your eyes peeled for the new version of the Samsung Galaxy S III, which will most likely launch after the launch of the upcoming Galaxy S IV.