OK, so the idea that Samsung would ship a smartphone that didn't have Wi-Fi onboard is a little daft. Still, if you're following the bread trail of crumbs that suggest that the Galaxy S III might be imminent, it's another step on the way. The WiFi Alliance's certification for the GT-i9300, widely tipped to be the Galaxy S III, certainly doesn't make for exciting reading, or indeed reveal anything save for the fact that it'll (officially speaking) have WiFi onboard. No test results, no tasty specifications — just another little nugget of existence, really. [WiFi Alliance via PocketNow]
Rumoured Galaxy S III Gets WiFi Certification
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