Everyone was expecting Samsung to launch Galaxy S III at next month’s Mobile World Congress and now The Verge and German blog BestBoyz are reporting that the launch has been postponed. There is no clear reason for this delay, but it seems company does not want the usual delay between global and US availability of the smartphone.
Chances are that company will launch this Galaxy S II successor in April. According to rumors so far, Galaxy S III is expected to come with HD display, ICS, 1.5GHz quad core processor, 12MP rear camera and next version of Touchwiz UI.
With the change in plans, Samsung might unveil a few mid-range devices and tablets at MWC.