GT-i9200 is cropping up in the wild again, though this time it's keeping behind the scenes. Several photos have been found on online gallery Picasa which are listed as having been taken with the GT-i9200. None of the shots seem to have been taken at full resolution, and several are listed as "tests" of the upload functionality. According to previous rumors, the GT-i9200 will have a dual-core processor and will be the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S. [via Samsung Hub]
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Samsung has confirmed the upcoming US availability of the Galaxy Mega 6.3. Except unlike those rumors, it looks like Samsung will have the Galaxy Mega 6.3 available with a trio of carriers. We still need the official word from the carriers, however Samsung has said the handset will be available beginning later this month.
Samsung appears to be living in a world where bigger means better in terms of smartphones. Of course, given their success with the Galaxy Note lineup, that statement sort of rings true. Looking forward though, it is now looking like Samsung will be announcing two new devices that will make the Galaxy Note II seem a bit smaller.
Galaxy S III will not be revealed at this years Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain we can't help but wonder when we'll see more. With a few random leaks and the GT-9300 appearing on Samsung's download center we now have another leak suggesting something totally different -- or that the Galaxy S III could be a disappointment.