Korea’s Electronic Times News is adding to the rumors floating around the Galaxy S3, which will not be at Mobile World Congress this year, citing unnamed sources in their report claiming the phone will measure at just 7mm thick and will launch in May. The new flagship device is said to sport a 8mp or or a 12mp camera with a 2mp front-facing camera, Super AMOLED Plus Display and Android 4.0. Other rumors have said it will have 2GB of RAM for multi-tasking, along with a quad-core processor, and 4G LTE capabilities. If we get all of this goodness inside a 7mm thick frame, many people will be running to get one whenever it launches in the US.
Last year’s Galaxy S2 measured in at about 8.5mm thick which was still fairly thin. In comparison the Droid Razr Maxx from Motorola is about 8.89mm thick with that 3300mAh extended battery, and the Droid Razr is only 7.1mm thick. So if the Galaxy S3 comes with LTE, it could quite possibly be the thinnest 4G LTE device on the market, unless something else comes out before the Galaxy S3 launches.
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