It’s only a matter of few days before Samsung launches its next flagship model, the Galaxy S IV at the Mobile Unpacked event in New York. The Korean company though doesn’t seem to have forgotten about the Galaxy S III, which quite simply changed the way people looked at Samsung products. According to a tweet by Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin, Samsung is reportedly planning to launch a refreshed version of the Galaxy S III.
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According to Murtazin, the refreshed Galaxy S III will be powered by a bigger 2,400mAH battery instead of the 2,100mAH working on the current version. The phone will also sport an improved display and though there are no specific details. In addition to these changes, the Galaxy S III will also get support for wireless charging. As far as the display is concerned it could perhaps be a Super AMOLED Plus 720p display which will not have the Pentile pixel layout. Also Read - Apple working on a fix for the iPhone 12 wireless charging problem
There is currently no word on when and in which markets Samsung plans to launch this device at, but as soon as we get any more information, you will be the first to know.