Samsung's managed to build a successful line brand its Galaxy line of smartphones and tablets, which is probably why the tech world is so excited to get a glimpse of the Galaxy S3, the next iteration of the company's famous Galaxy S smartphone. Though Samsung did show off a range of products at CES (WiFi-enabled washing machine, anyone?), the Galaxy S3 wasn't there. We assumed that this was because Sammy was planning to save that for Mobile World Congress next month. However, it seems the S3 may have been at CES after all.
The following promotional video shows the highlights of Samsung's CES press conference. Around 06:50, you'll see the press conference's segment on smart cameras and camcorders, including a camera that can be controlled by your smartphone. At 07:13, you'll see a demonstration of this technology from an actor using a phone that is believed by many to be the Galaxy S3. Sure, it could be a rendering, but is this what the Galaxy S3 will look like when it eventually makes its way out into the light of day?
Rumored specs for the Galaxy S3 include 2GB of RAM, a 12MP camera, and a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus HD display, NFC and 4G LTE. Stay tuned, and we'll keep you posted. In the meantime, check out the video below.