Galaxy S III Won’t Be Launched in April

It might arrive in May or June, the latest reports suggest

  Samsung Galaxy S II
South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is expected to unveil to the world the successor of its high-end Galaxy S II in the coming months.

South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is expected to unveil to the world the successor of its high-end Galaxy S II in the coming months.

The phone, supposedly called Galaxy S III, might become official as soon as May or June, the latest reports on the matter suggest. Initially, the phone was rumored for a March unveiling.

Although nothing has been officially confirmed on this, Samsung did announce on its Twitter account that the smartphone would not be launched in April, as previously suggested. The company said that it would make the official release date known as soon as it was scheduled.

At the same time, a Samsung representative reportedly confirmed to the Korean site MT that the Galaxy S III was expected in May or June. Apparently, Samsung will launch another smartphone in April, packing it with LTE capabilities.

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