Samsung Galaxy SIII Won’t Get 3D Capability
Samsung quelled rumors suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy SIII will support 3D capability, as the Korean company has no definite plans for it. The Samsung Galaxy SIII is a heavily rumored handset and numerous reports tipped that it will land boasting a huge 3D-capable screen. Despite LG and HTC having already selling 3D-capable smartphones and a few Apple’s patents suggesting that future iOS devices may support an extra dimension, Samsung has officially confirmed that it will stick with conventional 2D displays. 3D smartphones with dual rear-facing cameras have been released last year; however they have relatively little success in the market. 3D technology on smartphone is impressive, but it has little functional values until enough apps and games are developed specifically to take advantage of the extra dimension. In the end, most users will play Angry Bird more often than recording 3D videos.
It was far from the first time that we heard rumors on Samsung’s upcoming flagship and we regularly see claimed spec details splashed across the Internet. Previous rumors suggested that the Galaxy S2 successor will pack a fast 1.5GHz Samsung Exynos quad-core processor and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), latest version of Google’s mobile platform. Further confirming the phone as the future leader in the Android community, a new report has suggested that the smartphone will boast a large 4.8” display with movie-friendly 16:9 aspect ratio and a marvelous full-HD 1080p resolution. The phone will set down to launch on early days of summer this year. Previous rumors suggested that the Galaxy SIII would be lined up for April 2012, but these reports were quickly quashed by Samsung.