Samsung has dismissed reports that the Galaxy S3 smartphone will be unveiled next month, as anticipation continues to build around the year’s most-wanted Android kit.
Claims that the phone would debut during April surfaced last week and purportedly stemmed from sources at Chiel Worldwide - the advertising agency Samsung contracts to market its gadgets.
However, over the weekend Sammy shot down reports of the S3’s imminent due date via its official South Korean Twitter presence.
Samsung said that in fact no concrete release date is yet in place, but pledged that when it is ready to announce something it will initially be made public on Twitter.
The sequel to the 20-million-selling Galaxy S2 is expected to improve on Samsung’s current-gen flagship phone by doubling its power with a quad-core processor and featuring a larger 4.8-inch SuperAMOLED Plus screen.
It’s also said to boast a 12 megapixel camera, a ceramic backplate instead of the all-plastic construction of the S2 and, in select territories at least, 4G support for super fast browsing.
Check out all the Samsung Galaxy S3 speculation circulating in our handy rumours round-up
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