Samsung exec claims that the Galaxy S III debut may be bumped up to AprilAlex Wagner - Senior News Editor
Dying for Samsung to put an end to the rumors and finally make the Galaxy S III officially official? The wait may soon be over, if some new reports featuring quotes from Samsung Greater China President Kim Young-Ha are to be believed. Speaking to journalists about how Samsung plans to increase its market share, the exec mentioned that the debut of the Galaxy S III may be bumped up from May to April. No other details about the device or its debut were mentioned.
So far the only official comment that Samsung has issued concerning the launch of the Galaxy S II's successor is that it'll be introduced sometime in the first half of 2012. A rumor claimed earlier this month that the Galaxy S III may be coming in April, but Samsung quickly denied that report. However, it looks like April is a possibility once again, and hey, it's not like we would complain if Samsung were to decide to take the wraps off of the GSIII a month earlier than it originally planned. Now we just have to wait patiently to see if Kim Young-Ha's comments hold true. How many of you are thinking about picking up a Galaxy S III when it finally hits the market?