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Samsung Galaxy S III Going 3D?

According to an article in Korean ETnews, that is retold by Phandroid, the Samsung Galaxy S III may sport a 3D-capable screen. There were several wishful renderings of Samsung’s new flagship phone swirling around in the Internet recently, all of them were mildly dismissed by Samsung.

Naturally, a presumed quad-core 1.5 GHz Exynos 4412 application processor for this phone might be a good basis to include 3D visual capabilities for its screen. Real question is, how much traction the idea might gain amongst consumers? Samsung 3D TVs are still looked upon as a niche product, however, maybe a phone with 3D UI capabilities will fare better.

Imagine a carouseling 3D TouchWiz 5.0 UI on such a phone’s home screen, or on apps screen. When the icons and widgets will be rendered really in 3D, it might be actually operated better with hovering swipes than applying the regular touch swipes. That is, if Samsung will embrace Cypress Semiconductor TrueTouch technology for its rumored Super AMOLED Plus HD capacitive screen’s sensor. But just as with those renderings from Russian artists, one of which is shown here, it may never happen.

Samsung Galaxy S III is expected to show at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February-March 2012.



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  1. hahahah ………… NO SHOW AT MWC …. SGS 3 is being kept as a special secret by KOREANS … let’s C what will be unleashed … i heard they have sent media invite in Amstradam mid of march …. do’no for what hack ,,,,, @#$#@$@#$@#RE&^%%^&%^&

  2. sucks if its on AT&T and unlockable LTE radio. AT&T made this request specifically of all its LTE phones to manufacturers. The Rogers Wireless Galaxy S II has an unlockable radio to allow switching to 3G and Edge speeds but AT&T in its infinite wisdom decided to not allow this feature. As a result users can’t save battery life or lower their usage in danger of being throttled to unsable speeds.

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