You can stop nervously biting on your nails: Samsung has finally presented its new Galaxy S III.
As was expected, the phone design has undergone no substantial design refurbishing: the general look of the phone has remained the same, with only the physical button and general phone contours have slightly changed.
Galaxy S III has failed to feature a retina display as well: the pixelation is still perceptible. However, it is to some extent counter-balanced with a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos processor, that must be about 65 percent faster than the CPU in the previous Galaxy phone.
All in all, I would say this Galaxy is more of a disappointed than surprise. It has all the features that make up a nice device but lacks the most important element of any flagship phone of a large company: innovation.
Detailed Engadget experts specs of the device here.