Samsung have denied the rumors of a possible launch of their upcoming Galaxy S III smartphone in April, where ZDNet Korea reported the news after speaking with Samsung's marketing and ad agency, Chiel Worldwide, where rumors were spreading that the Galaxy S III would hit next month.
Samsung went directly to Twitter and denied said allegations, where they've stated that once they've decided on a launch date, they would notify the world through Twitter first. Korean website, MT, confirmed Samsung's side of the story, stating that Samsung have not yet decided on a launch date. They also reported that Samsung is planning on introducing a yet unknown, unnamed, LTE-sporting Android-based handset in April, with it not being the Galaxy S III.
Samsung's Galaxy S III is getting some serious air time, it seems, as it would be the biggest competitor to the unannounced Apple iPhone 5 (or whatever it debuts as). Samsung would want to keep it pushed back as long as possible, so they can attack the iPhone 5 closer to its launch.
Samsung, Y U NO RLS Galaxy S III in April?