Much like the Galaxy Nexus, the screen will stand 4.65in tall and cram in 1280x720 pixels. But unlike the Nexus this screen won’t be a PenTile display. That’s a good thing – although Samsung’s PenTile technology creates brighter screens with fewer sub-pixels, it does so at the cost of quality. So the Galaxy S III should have a better battery life and clearer 720p display.
When we can look forward to seeing the goods, along with a rumoured 16MP snapper and quad-core processor, is another matter. With the first birthday of the Galaxy S II fast approaching (May 1st), we’re expecting its progeny, the Galaxy S III, to turn up soon. Check out our Samsung Galaxy S III rumour round-up for more details.
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