Two weeks to go and the Samsung Galaxy S3, deemed as the most highly anticipated mobile handset to date, will debut. But, prior to its official launch, an image of the device was seen making its rounds throughout the World Wide Web. Yet, the photo did not seem look similar to what many expect to see in the next two weeks.
Gizmodo Brazil presents images of what appears to be a handset that disguises as the Samsung Galaxy S3. Samsung has craftily found a way of providing samples of its devices to its partners in such a way that the device is placed in a generic casing that does not give the audience any hint of the final design of the handset. Because of this, the leaks that come out to the patrons and potential users of the phone give them mind boggling clues prior to the big reveal of the device on the 3rd of May.
The effort of Samsung to keep details of its coming device a secret has led to numerous rumors about the Galaxy S3. One of the speculations surrounding the handset is that it will be the official phone of the Olympics. It will also feature a screen display that is 4.65 inches in size and will have the wireless charging technology.
The secrecy of Samsung may also imply that the Korean giant has not finalized the design yet. Reports say that the team in charge of the design is still deciding on whether or not to place a home button to the Galaxy S3. It seems that a home button in the Galaxy S3 is highly probable but consumers still have to wait and see in the coming two weeks.
The only certain detail about the Galaxy S3 as of this time is that it is inspired by another Samsung Galaxy device which is the Galaxy Note with considerably slight changes.