We've heard a lot of rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the successor to the wildly popular Galaxy SII. First, there was a supposed leak in a Samsung video, then we though it might be announced at Mobile World Congress, and when that didn't turn out new information suggested that Samsung might announce it at an event in April.
Unfortunately, it turns out that no one really knows for sure when Samsung will release the Galaxy SIII, as confirmed by Samsung's official Twitter account. In their message, Samsung says that no release date has yet been set, much less one so soon in April. In another statement, the company did say that the "successor to the Galaxy SII" (not specifically called the Galaxy SIII) would be released in the first half of this year, and Samsung will release the official date on Twitter once it has actually been set.
Although I am as excited for the release of the Galaxy SIII (or to be technically correct, the successor to the SII) as the next person, the daily rumors are almost becoming tiring. In fact, at this point it seems like it would be best to just wait for Samsung's official word on the release, as we have been wrong quite a few times before. Still, there are bound to be more interesting leaks in the future, but we really won't know anything for sure until that fabled announcement day.[The Verge]