Samsung's Galaxy S II is just starting to appear in the US, and it's already time to start speculating on its successor - the S III. According to an anonymous user in a message board, the S III will have 2 Ghz quad-core processor, the latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS, a 10mp camera, NFC and 1080p 60 fps video. But we're mostly interested in the display - a 4.65" Super AMOLED HD display offering a strange 1280x1024 resolution (352 ppi?).
These specs seems very optimistic, especially the display. The first Super AMOLED HD device, the Galaxy Note phone has a 1280x800 resolution on a 5.3" display (using PenTile technology). This means that Samsung will need to improve the ppi quite a bit. And the 1280x1024 resolution doesn't really make sense, does it?
The second interesting rumors that we're starting to hear is about the iPhone 5. According to some rumors floating around the web it will have a larger display (Apple will remove the home button), an A5 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, improved 8mp camera - and a 4" OLED display. In fact, one of our trusted source tipped us a couple of days ago that indeed Apple decided to purchase OLEDs from Samsung for their next iPhone (the same source also claims that Motorola have also decided to use OLEDs). I won't believe it until I see it officially - but at least it's the first time that Samsung may have the capacity to support an Apple product. So will we finally have an OLED Apple product?
So I don't think there's any truth to these rumors, but you never know, and I don't want OLED-Info to be the only site that does not report on them...