The long-awaited model to replace the successful Galaxy S II officially presented in April, according to ZDNet Korea. Meanwhile, Samsung did not issue statements or denials.
There is no doubt that after the iPad 3, the great absent from MWC 2012 was the Galaxy S III. The Korean held, and continues to maintain a tight and suggestive silence on this model would use Android 4.0 finally in all its fullness.
We had already advanced, and was confirmed that during the MWC would not give details about the upcoming Samsung workhorse. However, through a filter of ZDNet Korea, it was learned that the successor to the Galaxy S II will be presented during the month of April, taking advantage of the Olympic Games in London as the ideal opportunity to show the new model in the eyes of the whole world.
The added information TheVerge site ZDNet Korea, announced that the Samsung media machine is now ready to give the great news. They also mention that they chose to April in order to anticipate the launch of the next model of iPhone.
The great secrecy surrounding the presentation of the Galaxy S III (another copy to the marketing strategies of Apple?) Makes it a much more tempting, despite being completely unaware of its technical characteristics. One can only assume it will run Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and we can hardly rely on some reasonable speculations about your hardware.