Samsung could very well release a new version of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy SIII, with a 16 MP camera at this year's consumer electronics fair IFA in Berlin, Germany from August 29-September 5.
Though no official announcement has come from Samsung but, according to reports, tech review site GSM Arena received a tip-off from "an insider with knowledge about the company's secret plans for the launch."
If the rumors prove to be true the latest edition of the Galaxy SIII would pack a mighty 16 MP image sensor, as opposed to the 8 MP currently on the Galaxy SIII. However, aside from the camera, the new version of the Galaxy SIII, if launched, is not expected to have any other different specifications to the current Galaxy SIII.
Samsung is also expected to release its highly anticipated next-gen tablet / smartphone hybrid, the Galaxy Note II at IFA, while Sony is expected to drop their next-gen high-end smartphone the Xperia SL at the event.