The Samsung Galaxy S3 will be a relatively minor updatefrom the S2, a source in the UK telecoms industry has told me, with aspeed boost and eye-tracking among the upgrades. And it probably won't becalled the Galaxy S3.
Ratherthan go for a complete overhaul, Samsung has apparently opted for anincremental update to the S3. "It'll be like the iPhone 4S wasto the 4," says my source, who wished to remain anonymous. He gave nofirm word on specs, but said we should look to the HTC One Xfor what toexpect. That has a 1.5GHz quad-core chip with 1GB of RAM and a 4.7-inch screen. Withan invite to a 3 May launch plopping into the CNET UK inbox,Samsung's next superphone is just around the corner. But what do we expect itto look like? Word on the street last week was that the physical homebutton on the front would remain intact, suggesting the design won'tdiffer a whole lot from the existing S2 or the Galaxy Note.