January 27, 2012 | by Adrian Diaconescu
The Samsung Galaxy S II has clearly been of the most popular Android-based smartphones ever, if not the best, so it’s only natural to crave for a Galaxy S III release as soon as possible. However, even though the next generation Korean handheld was originally rumored to make its official debut at the 2012 MWC, it seems that we might wait for a while before catching a glimpse of it after all.
In an exclusive conversation with the guys at sammyhub.com, Mrs. Younghee Lee, one of Samsung’s executives stated that the Korean company is ‘’still reviewing several options to launch’’ the future smartphone.
Of course, no exact date has been revealed by Samsung’s executive, but, as we are only a month away from the 2012 MWC in Barcelona, it’s starting to seem more unlikely than ever that the Galaxy S III will see the light of day so soon.
The rumor mill already hinted a couple of days ago that Samsung might hold out for an exclusive launching event, as the Korean electronics giant is planning to blow our minds with their new quad-core smartphone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
This supposed event might happen sometime this spring, according to speculations, and Samsung is expected to officially release the Galaxy S III in early summer. However, these are all rumors for now, so rather than dream with our eyes open, we should wait for some official news.
Stay tuned on Androinica for further developments and don’t forget to hit the source link below to hear the official Samsung statement about the ‘’reviewing’’ of several possible launch dates.