A Samsung representative confirmed to The Next Web that it won't be revealing any new devices at its scheduled event in France on March 22nd, and that it will likely use the opportunity to show off whatever the company does announce at MWC. We originally heard (and Samsung later confirmed) that the company was going to hold the Galaxy S III until after MWC in order to minimize the length of time between its unveil and its release in the US, and then rumors popped up that the Galaxy S III would be announced at the French event in late March. For now, it looks like everyone will just have to hold on a bit longer until Samsung decides it is time to show off the rumored 7mm-thick smartphone to the rest of the world.
Samsung: Galaxy S III will not be unveiled at event on March 22nd
A Samsung representative confirmed to The Next Web that it won't be revealing any new devices at its scheduled event in France on March 22nd. The Galaxy S III was rumored to be announced at the event after the company said it would not reveal the next-generation smartphone at MWC in February.