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Mar 29, 2012

Samsung GT-i9300 to Arrive in Mid-May

South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics is reportedly gearing up for the release of a new smartphone in its Galaxy series, and might drop it sometime in mid-May. 

Said handset was spotted online a few times before and even made an appearance on Samsung’s website as the Samsung GT-i9300

Initially believed to be the next flagship phone from the company, the successor of Samsung Galaxy S II, the handset is now said to be nothing more than a mid-range device. 

The smartphone should arrive on shelves as the Galaxy M, a recent article on GSM Arena notes. Apparently, this is the name under which the Samsung GT-i9300 appears in the ordering system. 

Last year, Samsung announced changes in its naming scheme, and unveiled plans to have mid-level devices included in the “Galaxy M” lineup.

For the time being, nothing has been officially confirmed on the matter, but it should not be too long before some details emerge, especially if Samsung is planning its launch in a month and a half. 

The GT-I9300 is rumored to arrive on shelves with a 1.4 GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor complemented by 1GB of RAM. 

Moreover, the device is said to come with a 4-inch AMOLED display that should be able to deliver a 720p HD resolution, while being powered by Google’s new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. 

One thing that has to be confirmed is the actual resolution of the screen. Some of the earlier reports on the matter suggested that the phone might pack a 1026 x 600 screen resolution, while others claim that it will be an HD screen. 

Before Galaxy M, Samsung is expected to launch the successor of Samsung Galaxy S II, which should land as the Galaxy S III sometime in April, rumor has it. This handset is expected to pack a quad-core application processor.


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