Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphone is nearing its official debut on shelves at the end of this month, and it is currently undergoing testing from various certified agencies around the world.
The Global Certification Forum is the latest of these to approve the new mobile phone for use around the world.
The smartphone’s certification
appeared on GCF’s website on May 11th, listing model number GT-I9300 and support for GSM 1900/1800/900/850 MHz (I) / 1900 (II) / 900 (VIII) / 850 (V) MHz, and WCDMA 2100 frequencies.
The Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered handset features a quad-core Samsung Exynos CPU, a 4.8 inch HD display, an 8MP camera on the back, and a front camera for video calling. It also sports 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal memory.
The smartphone is expected to hit shelves in Europe in late May, and should reach more markets soon after, including LTE ones.