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Another Samsung Galaxy S3 leak, disguised in a case

Another Samsung Galaxy S3 photo has been leaked. Appears to be disguised in a case.

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: May 2, 2012 3:27 pm

In what can only be described as a bid for leakiest company, Samsung has apparently managed to allow more photos of the yet unannounced device. Rumors say that Samsung is at least disguising it inside a case. The photo below looks strikingly similar to the older Galaxy S2, however if you look closer, you can see that a more curvy device appears to be nestled in some sort of case.

 

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An anonymous tipster provided this picture to Sam Mobile. Sam Mobile contends that the Galaxy S3 will come with the model name of the GT-i9300 - however the more likely number of GT-i9800 was also thrown out. The tipster also provided that the new Galaxy S3 will come with a 12MP camera, which, in reality, could be a bit excessive.

 

The launch of this upcoming phone should occur May 3 at a press event in London. Many people are waiting with baited breathe to see just how amazing Samsung has made this phone. If they don't release it at the May 3 press event, they will have a lot of unhappy customers who may decide to buy a different phone, so it would appear to be vital to release it on May 3.

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