If the words from Samsung China’s President are true, consumers should be able to get their hands on the highly-anticipated Galaxy S III as soon as April. According to multiple reports out of Korea today, Samsung Greater China President Kim Young-Ha said that the launch of the phone may be moved up a month, from May to April.
Samsung has denied that they would launch the Galaxy S III in April, telling its impatient future customers that they would make an announcement via Twitter when the phone would be available. If Mr. Young-Ha’s words are true, it would be a great indication that Samsung hasn’t finalized plans for the launch of the Galaxy S III.
Kim Young-Ha was speaking to the Beijing press about Samsung’s broader strategy in China, which he hopes will become more aggressive and pursue a greater market share. Launching the Galaxy S III in April will fit with those two plans from Samsung.
While there’s still no official date, it’s nice to hear from someone high-up in Samsung with news about this highly-anticipated phone.