Originally, Carphone Warehouse called the device the Samsung Galaxy S III. But amid speculation that the sequel to the immensely popular Samsung Galaxy S II might have a different name at launch, the retailer has changed the name of the phone on its site from the Samsung Galaxy S III to "The next Samsung Galaxy". Outside of Amazon Germany's 599 EUR price tag ($792 USD), none of the other pages have included a price tag. Of course, it is all guesswork until the Korean based manufacturer lets the cat out of the bag at the May 3rd Samsung UNPACKED event in jolly old London.
Besides the name of the device, the price and date of availability, everyone is on pins and needles awaiting to hear about the phone's specs. Some are tipping the device to being an incremental update while others forecast (or hope for) a 4.7 inch display with a quad-core Exynos processor, 1GB or more in RAM and a double-digit MP camera on back.
Car Warehouse has changed the name of Samsung's sequel from the Samsung Galaxy S III (L) to the next Samsung Galaxy (R)