PhoneArena just got a photo claimed being of the Samsung GT-i9300, and to be the “real deal”. Although it looks convincing enough, dolled up in their Android Frozen treats Sandwich UI with a whiff of the usual TouchWiz overlay apps, we have not figured out which phone will be the GT-i9300 codename supposed to represent.
First off, the unit certainly looks good Galaxy S portfolio design heritage, but we have the Android ICS on-screen navigational key strip and seemingly buttonless front. About the software front, it is really TouchWiz-ed Ice Cream Sandwich with Samsung’s Music and Video Hubs, the S Memo, S Planner and S Suggest apps. The screen looks big, fitting with the rumored 4.6/4.7″ size, particularly when you consider the usual front buttons are now virtual.
The largest surprise may be the Samsung logo moved now under the display, rendering it a very different beast than the rest of the Galaxy line. Only US carrier models had the Samsung logo below the screen up to now, like about the AT&T’s Galaxy S II or perhaps the Galaxy S II Skyrocket, for instance, and there is no carrier logo up top here.http://www.crazyaboutmobile.com/