Updated 21 May, 2013, 8:08 pm IST
Galaxy S3 previewed in Samsung Kies database, two variants spotted
| by Aaron Almeida |
There has been a little back and forth regarding the name of the next Samsung Galaxy S flagship. Previous indications pointed that the brand would stick to the Roman numerals and launch the yet to be announced smartphone under the Galaxy S III moniker. However, a few short days ago, when the web was inundated with leaks about the next big smartphone to come out of the Korean brand, an app called the Samsung Unpacked Mobile 2012 revealed the name of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S smartphone with it being called the Galaxy S3. However, this was soon taken down, but as is the case with the Internet, when something is on it, it stays on it. This led many to believe that the handset will indeed be going by the Galaxy S3 branding. If there was any further confirmation required, Android Community has just provided it by showing the device in Samsung’s Kies database along with the market name, Galaxy S3.
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