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Samsung unveils Galaxy S III phone with quad-core, Android ICS

(Credit: Aloysius Low/CNET) Samsung today announced the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III at a major press event in London. The quad-core, high-definition, Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone will be Samsung's most advanced Android handset yet, and will challenge the iPhone and the well-received HTC One X Android smartphone in the coming months. The Galaxy S III will sell in Europe in May, followed by other regions worldwide.
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