There have been plenty of rumors leading up to Samsung's announcement of its next superphone, the successor to the Galaxy S II. Our own sources inform us it'll feature a quad-core processor that delivers 'superlative' benchmark results, while a recent Amazon listing suggests a 4.7-inch display and 12-megapixel camera will be part of the equation as well. The launch event is scheduled for May 3rd in London, and we'll be there live.
A report from the Korea Times today cites an anonymous Samsung executive as saying that the company is preparing a quad-core system-on-chip to power the successor to the Galaxy S II, which, importantly, will have Samsung's own LTE modem built in.
Samsung has denied reports of an April reveal for its Galaxy S III handset and says it will announce the release via Twitter when ready.
Samsung's hero Android device, the Galaxy S II, will see the launch of its successor this April, the company has confirmed.
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.
Samsung has announced a media event in Europe, where it could unveil a 7mm-thick Galaxy S III.
Rumors and an alleged leaked press photo suggest that Samsung may be announcing an Android 4.0 intermediary between its Galaxy S II and III phones at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
Samsung confirms that its Galaxy S III handset will not be unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2012.
People familiar with the matter tell us that Samsung has opted not to introduce the Galaxy S III at MWC in February.