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Samsung Galaxy S III may launch this Friday

26 March 2012

A mysterious new redecoration of Phones 4U prompts Galaxy S III speculation


Stand down, everybody.Unfortunately the speculation that the Galaxy S III might have been the reason for the store-branding was a little premature.

It's been revealed that Phones 4U are opening a new store this Friday, housing a Samsung concession on the first floor, much like the Blackberry store they have around the corner on Tottenham Court Road.

So while it's bad news for Galaxy S III fans, it's good news for Samsung fans as you're getting a whole new store full of products.

Original Story

A redecoration of Phones 4U has got tongues wagging as we all try to work out if it means the launch of a major new handset.The flagship branch in Oxford Street is displaying a Samsung logo with the words "Coming 30/3/2012", but what can it mean?

We're expecting a new Galaxy Note sometime soon as well as the latest Galaxy Tab but the most eagerly awaited is the Samsung Galaxy S III.After the unveiling was pushed back from MWC in February, we were expecting something in quarter 2 with May 22nd cropping up on leaked press images of the handset.So if the S III is coming out this week, it's caught everybody by surprise.

Following its award-winning predecessor, the S III is expected to be the must-have Android device and it wouldn't be out of the question for Phones 4U to have secured some exclusive deal - that's exactly what they did with Samsung's Galaxy Nexus.

Phones 4U are keeping schtum at the moment but if we can find anything out, you'll be the first to know.

Source: Pocket-Lint



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