Samsung's GALAXY S III smartphone, or whatever they want to call it, is about as important now as Apple's next iPhone, or any iDevice released, which goes to show you just how much Samsung have riding on this. Today, we have another teaser shot.
We have a leaked image thanks to Chinese forum mobile01, where we can see the smartphone in much better quality, but definitely not in its final form. There is something that perks my interest: Samsung seem to have replaced the stock Ice Cream Sandwich software buttons, where they've switched the positions of the multi-tasking and back buttons.
Samsung also looks to have used a bigger menu button than the stock ICS look. Small detail, yeah, but there's nothing much more to go on, and I'm nearly salivating at the sheer thought of this phone being released. I think I'm building my expectations up, and I most likely won't upgrade from my GALAXY S II, but I have faith this will be an awesome smartphone.