Samsung Galaxy S III will apparently be 7mm thin, quad-core… launching in May?

New rumours have surfaced today that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will be launching in May. South Korea’s Electronic Times News stated that their unnamed sources believe Samsung will launch this flagship Android “as early as May”. In addition, a new spec has possibly been revealed. The original Galaxy S was 9.9 mm thin, then the GS II came in at an “impossibly thin” 8.49 mm… but the new rumours are that the next-gen Galaxy S device will be only 7㎜ thin.

Samsung doused earlier speculation that the GSII would be announced at Mobile World Congress, delaying an official announcement until “the first half of the year”. Electronic Times News also echos earlier spec rumours that we’ll see it coming with a quad-core processor, OS 4.0, 8MP camera, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and a Super AMOLED Plus display.

Source: ETN
Via: BGR