South-Korean electronics giant Samsung might have inadvertently listed its latest Galaxy S3 on the official Web site, according to latest reports.
Android Community reportedly spotted two never seen before product model numbers GT-I9300″ and GT-I9800 that certainly appear next to the other models on Samsung's Global Download Center of the United Arab Emirates site. However, there's no way to confirm if either point out to Samsung's third generation of its S-series as clicking on the device models doesn't reveal any further information.
Samsung's flagship Galaxy S used model numbers in the I90xx range while Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Nexus adhered to I91xx and i9250 range. So it could be likely that that the GT-i9300 or GT-I9800 could refer to the base version of the mysterious Galaxy S3.
Still, considering the leaked images and rumored specs that have been doing the rounds as of recently, it is possible that the device numbers could turn out to be some other variation on the existing models.
According to Russian tech blogger Eldar Murtazin, Galaxy S3 will make its debut sometime in April this year. The renowned blogger apparently claims to have his hands on the upcoming device and has recently dished out the details.
As the rumor goes, Galaxy S3 will be identical to Galaxy S2, to which Murtazin has stated that it is expected to arrive with an HD resolution screen, a 12 megapixel camera, and would run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform. The blogger has noted that the Galaxy S3 will be powered by a quad-core CPU that's clocked to a 1.5GHz or 1.6GHz processor.