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Monday, 16 April 2012 18:09

Samsung to unveil "the next Galaxy" on 3rd of May

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Samsung Galaxy S III coming?


According to the Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012 invite, the next Samsung flagship might finally show its face on May 3rd. The "come and meet the new Galaxy" invite that was sent to various press members doesn't reveal much, but most bets are on the new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III.

The date is pretty much in line with rumours that were floating around the net for quite some time and back at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung stated that it will launch the Galaxy S III sometimes later at Samusung hosted event. Of course, nothing is certain as Samsung could simply launch a totaly new Galaxy device or even just "officially" launch the Galaxy Note 10.1 in the UK, where the Unpacked event is hosted.

In any case most are counting on Samsung to finally show its next flagship Galaxy S III smartphone, as that was probably one of the biggest disappointments at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona back in February.

You can check out the invite here.

 

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