When a rumor gets fueled by a regional president of a company, you tend to listen. This newest addition to the rumor pile regarding the successor to the Galaxy S II by Samsung comes from Samsung’s Greater China President Kim Young-Ha, which is one of the reasons we’re bringing it to your attention. While nothing has been confirmed yet, according to this latest report we may be getting a lot closer.
According to a new report from MK.co.kr, Young-Ha told journalists recently that in an effort to increase its market share, the company is mulling over announcing the Galaxy S III in April, instead of May. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard April being bandied about as an expected announcement date for the Galaxy S III, so there will probably be a ton of people out there praising their awesome guesswork form here on out. That is, if it turns out to be true.
As it stands right now, we’re still waiting. But, hey, if we can’t listen to the word of a regional President, who’s word can we listen to, right?