Galaxy S III to Land in South Korea with a Different Design

The phone loses its rounded corners for more squared ones

  South Korean Galaxy S III model
Samsung is gearing up for the release of its Galaxy S III smartphone in more markets around the world, including its homeland country South Korea, where the device will sport a different design when compared to the international flavor.

Samsung is gearing up for the release of its Galaxy S III smartphone in more markets around the world, including its homeland country South Korea, where the device will sport a different design when compared to the international flavor.

Apparently, the handset vendor has decided to pack the Korean Galaxy S III model with squared corners, moving it away from the rounded ones present on the global version.

The phone is reportedly slated to hit shelves in this form only in Korea, where it will also feature support for LTE connectivity and a dual-core application processor inside.

Samsung will launch the 4G-enabled variant of Galaxy S III later this summer, and there is a slight possibility that the same design will arrive in other LTE markets as well, though no official word on this has emerged so far.

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