The mobile community is reaching fever pitch around what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy S3, due to be unveiled in London on May 3rd. There’s been talk of eye tracking, quad-core processors and a self-destruct button that can be remotely activated to blow the hand off the unwitting scumbag who steals your phone (you heard it here first).
It’s ironic then, that these pictures – which could well be the most legitimate pics of the S3 to date – aren’t all that exciting. First revealed on Gizmodo Brazil, they claim to taken by a company employee showing the S3; albeit one that’s encased in a generic test box. This is presumably so that those lucky enough to be testing the upcoming handset can take it safely out of the office without getting mugged by Samsung Galaxy cultists.
While the images reveal little, they’re still a bit of a tease for those of us who want to know something about the S3 other than the fact that there are Samsung employees out there wandering around with camouflaged ones. Recent reports have thrown the somewhat anti-climactic idea out there that the S3 will be only a minor update on the S2. However, as the saying goes with seemingly anything S3-related, ‘we’ll just have to wait and see.’