Some not too blurry pictures of what appears to be an upcoming Android 4.0 handset from Samsung has made an appearance online and one of the pictures gives us the model name, GT-i9300. This may or may not be the much anticipated Galaxy S III, but at this point in time it's anyone's guess.
What's certain is the fact that the GT-i9300 was designed for Android 4.0, as it uses the new on-screen soft menus, rather than capacitive or hardware buttons below the display. Samsung has instead moved its logo to a position below the display, which is quite unusual for a Samsung device.
According to Phone Arena where the pictures appeared, the GT-i9300 is likely to feature a 4.7-inch display or close to that size at least. A few of the pre-installed apps, such as S Planner and S Memo suggest that it should at least be a Galaxy S series device, as these apps can also be found on the Galaxy Note. Even so, the GT-i9300 doesn't look anything like the earlier pictures that leaked of what was said to be the Galaxy S III, so it's entirely possible that this is a different device.
Source: Phone Arena
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