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Samsung Galaxy S III possibly up for Wi-Fi approval

updated 04:35 pm EST, Tue January 31, 2012

Mystery device labeled GT-i9300

Samsung's Galaxy S III may have already passed testing by the Wi-Fi Alliance for approval. Documents posted by the trade group point to an unannounced handset referred to by the model number GT-i9300, corroborating an earlier leak from Samsung's support pages for the UAE.

Additional details surrounding the Galaxy S III have yet to surface, though likely features are said to include a 720p display, dual-core 2GHz processor and Android 4.0.

A Samsung executive recently admitted that the company is "still reviewing" launch options for the Galaxy S III. The comments cast doubt on the possibility of a Mobile World Congress unveiling.

Separate rumors suggest the company may be waiting to formally introduce the Galaxy S III in the US. [via Pocketnow]



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