Samsung Galaxy S smartphones always come with specs that surpass most devices. Such might be the case for the upcoming successor in 2012. While the anonymous 4Chan user did not get to play with a working device, he claims to have seen images and heard Samsung representatives speak of some impressive features. According to the sources, “Samsung is planning to reveal the Samsung Galaxy S III at the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Samsung will try to get a simultaneous worldwide release for the Galaxy S III mid 2012.” This is to be expected, as Samsung also announced the latest Galaxy S device during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. If we look at the supposed specs, though, jaws really start dropping: The specifications for the SGSIII are of course subject to change, but are Samsung-developed 2.0GHz quad-core CPU (no codename given), 1.5gb RAM, 32gb internal memory (with sd card slot), and a 4.65 inch screen. A new display called Super AMOLED III is being developed specifically for the phone (SGS had Super AMOLED, SGS II had Super AMOLED Plus, SGS III has Super AMOLED III) with 1280×1024 resolution, giving the phone a ppi of 352, which they emphasized that a 352ppi will make it the highest ppi mobile phone. The specifications sound very impressive but perhaps a bit too impressive. Unlike the information regarding the Nexus Prime and ICS, we will take our anonymous friend’s information with a pinch of salt this time. We especially have doubts regarding that display. It has a 5:4 aspect ratio, which is simply odd for Android. Leaving aside the budget phones with QVGA resolution, no other Android phone has a 5:4 display. We can’t even dismiss it to a type as there are also claims of pixel density being made, which only make sense with the said resolution and size.