Samsung’s Galaxy S III is truly the next “possible big thing” in the Android gizmo world – even since the device still no where made publicly announced. The company might be holding their Galaxy S III for the next month’s MWC that is going to take place in Barcelona – this is what we are hearing from various sources.
Even during the recent Samsung’s earning call, company executive Mrs. Younghee Lee acknowledged the existence of the Galaxy S III. In response to an analyst question about the Galaxy S III launch date, Mrs. Lee responded, “We are still reviewing several options when to launch. We will let you know when it’s decided.”
But with an earlier BGR claims, the company is going to announce Galaxy Tab at Mobile World Congress next month in place of the supposed Galaxy S III smartphone.
The tablet is an 11.6-inch running on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with a whooping 2560 X 1600 resolution, will feature Android Beam and a special wireless docking mode for gaming on HDTVs – probably be set so as the company will compete with its rivals product Apple TV.
With the rumors making the confirmation call place, it is somehow making sense that Samsung to keep the Galaxy Tab 7.7 design – which do also contains a narrower frame and yes it is not much bigger than the Galaxy Tab 10.1 – but isn’t provides a much larger display option.