After a hands on video of the Galaxy S III leaked, followed by some pictures and a teaser from Samsung, now just days before the official announcement of the phone we see its manual leaked. Shown as the GT-I9300, the device is the Android 4.0 quad core flagship we’ve been waiting for.


Just hours ago Samsung also confirmed that the new Galaxy S model will have a quad core Exynos processor, a 1.4GHz unit, in spite of this leaked manual mentioning a 1.5GHz one. This official service manual also includes Android 4.0 ICS, HSPA+ 21 Mbps connectivity, an 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED display without mentioning the resolution. Other stuff included here is the AGPS, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, OTG and support for 1080p video capture.

The handset also features an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor and barometer. People close with the matter say that we’re dealing here with a phone that has a new generation of Super AMOLED display and as you can see we also get a Home button, in spite of the previous leaks’ lack of such a design trait. Sadly there’s no 12MP camera to have fun with… but I advise you to wait for May 3rd when the phone is announced and then feel sad.

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