If you’ve been waiting for the next-gen of Samsung Galaxy S smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be on its way in May, which comes in a much slimmer form factor, measuring 7mm in thickness while compared to 8.49mm of the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Samsung has managed to shrink printed circuit board (PCB), connector parts, chips down to 10 to 20 percent thinner than the conventional parts, thus allowing it to produce the Samsung Galaxy S III as thin as 7mm only.
However, the Galaxy S3 can’t be the world’s thinnest smartphone, as there were two smartphones ahead, the Huawei Ascend P1 S and the Fujitsu Arrows WCDMA that have been reportedly measuring around 6.7mm in thickness.
The source also says that the Galaxy S III will pack an HDMI port, a quad core processor LTE and comes running Android 4.0 ICS. It’ll also have a camera that’s capable of 3D and an HD SUPER-AMOLED display which is expected to have higher ppi. (The above pictures show the comparison between HD Super AMOLED display and iPhone 4’s IPS display.) Samsung has the goal to sell 30 million devices this year.