The Samsung Galaxy S3 has done a very good job of staying hidden, with not even a whisper of what its specifications, design, or release date will be. This has resulted in an endless swirl of rumors and speculations, with “leaked” specifications and “press release” renders of the smartphone, every other week.
While a lot of the rumors on the specifications might be as close to the truth as possible, people have often been way off-base with the design renders being released. Most have been very easy to identify as fake, even if their creators invested a considerable amount of time and effort into making them.
Well, if you've ever wondered about how easy or difficult creating such a render would be, we have the answer for you. Wayne Drescher Jr, of WJD Designs, decided to show exactly how easy it is to create a fake render with enough time and some Photoshop know-how. He did this with minimal effort, simply by mixing and matching elements to create what could potentially be released as the “real” thing. Definitely not the most credible render we've seen so far, but a good guideline nevertheless.
You can watch the video here, courtesy of WJD Designs.
What are your thoughts? Are you going to attempt to create a render of the Galaxy S3 (replace with your favorite device) as well? Send us your designs if you are.