The official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3 during the past days has finally revealed the features and specs of the latest smartphone. With this, rumors that have been running for quite awhile about what the future Samsung flagship device may possibly have are put to rest. It is reported that the hardware of the Samsung Galaxy S3 may be utilized in Windows Phone 8 and Tizen devices.
The good news about this is that it will provide a four core Exynos processor, a bigger screen and wireless charging. However, it does not include the 12 MP camera, 1080p display and 2 GB RAM. It can be assumed that the next generation hardware will be present in the future release of smartphones with the Galaxy brand such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the different types of the Samsung Galaxy S3 that will soon be rolling out in the United States. But, there is also a possibility that the hardware will go cross platform.
In the latter parts of the previous month, rumors said that Samsung Windows Phone 8 device will have the same hardware as the Galaxy S3. Currently, the people from ITProPortal claim that there is also a possibility that a similar hardware will be utilized for the platform of Tizen.
Those who are not familiar with the Tizen operating system should know that its platform combines together the Maemo of Nokia, the Bada of Samsung and the Moblin of Samsung. The image of the prototype device is already out in the web and hints at the high probability that it will soon be out in the market.
While the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3 stirred up varying reactions because of its external style and design, it has a solid and strong hardware that will prove to be the perfect base for the Tizen smartphone's launch.